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  • #11
    You can run "vmstat 1" in a terminal. It's polling once per sec, for more accurate info you'd need to instrument malloc or to use a memory cgroup.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Daktyl198 View Post
      Disregarding the average user, even a 1-3% increase in performance can spell wonders for places like super-computing and Android Phones. I bet it's more than that too, like sireangelus said: 600-800 is a 33% improvement, and it's an ~20% increase across the board.
      Gentlemen check my kernels . Responsiveness, performance and energy efficiency, for example:

      http://www.netext73.pl/2014/02/przyk...-apm-oraz.html

      http://www.netext73.pl/2014/04/kernele-v29x-juz-sa.html

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      • #13
        Originally posted by curaga View Post
        You can run "vmstat 1" in a terminal. It's polling once per sec, for more accurate info you'd need to instrument malloc or to use a memory cgroup.
        That will do, thanks!

        Originally posted by FLHerne View Post
        It might be for individual users compiling their own kernels, but since distros compile tons of stuff already the cost to them is negligible. And I bet the vast majority of Linux users are using distro-compiled kernels.
        True.

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        • #14
          While I try to compile kernel I have this error:

          Code:
          lib/lib.a: error adding symbols: Bad value
          Any ideas?

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