aweber at comcast.net
Sun Oct 28 17:00:57 UTC 2012
Thank you for the reply!
Is it better if I rebuild without the debug information in the binary
(for performance or other reasons)? If so, are there some recommended
options to pass to cc-opt and/or ld-opt?
Thank you again!
On 10/28/2012 11:57 AM, Sergey Budnevitch wrote:
> On 28 Oct2012, at 03:24 , AJ Weber<aweber at comcast.net> wrote:
>> I was attempting to build nginx 1.2.4 from source, and include the chunkin module. I also included the autolib module, because from what I could understand, it would help reduce the need for some of the other source/devel packages to build.
>> I ended up with a clean build, but nginx is 6.3MB, and the version I installed from a binary package is only 813KB. So I'm wondering whether this is normal or what happened, and basically how to test my build now. Is there a test-script package or anything that can verify that binary I created?
> It is normal. Your binary contains debug information and version from package is stripped (man strip).
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