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SubjectRe: [PATCH] x86: static_cpu_has_safe: discard dynamic check after init
On Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 11:52:34AM -0500, Brian Gerst wrote:
> It is due to page alignment padding. It was not enough to lose a
> whole page from .text in your case.

So nothing more got freed.

> The size command includes any section that is marked executable in the
> text count, including init text. If you use readelf -S vmlinux.o
> instead you will notice that .text is the same size or smaller, and
> .static_cpu_has (which is freed after boot) is the difference.

So we're talking about less than a page here?

[19] .static_cpu_has PROGBITS ffffffff81d335d3 011335d3
00000000000002df 0000000000000000 AX 0 0 1

That's 479 bytes. Meh, it doesn't look like it is worth the trouble.

Maybe I should build an allyesconfig.


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