I used the default build strategy to obtain a stage 3 compiler. I'm still quite amazed how much better optimised the generated code is for the Pi 4 compared to previous versions of the compiler.DarkElvenAngel wrote: ↑Sat May 09, 2020 2:33 amWas that skipping the verification of the compiler? I wasn't sitting watching the compile the whole time it may have finished sooner. Maybe I'll recompile on my other card and see what time I get.ejolson wrote: ↑Sat May 09, 2020 2:12 amThe command
$ nohup time make -j4 >world.log 2>&1 &
just finished with the reportwhich suggests that it took 3 hours and 47 minutes to compile gcc 10.1. Therefore, if people are really seeing 7 hours when using an SD card, then iSCSI over a WireGuard VPN is almost twice as fast.
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43263.01user 3026.42system 3:47:18elapsed 24%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 559976maxresident)k 5321056inputs+20579864outputs (53921major+163622952minor)pagefaults 0swaps