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  Re: speed increase due to -j16 as opposed to default -B (mod -1/27)
by Anonymous Coward (68.98.37.61) on Wed Jun 20 12:50:43 2007 (GMT)
  > See the link under my name above for some simple benchmarking that I've performed.

Thanks for the chart. Does this make even using say -j4 (since -j2 looks like it has issues) on a non-mp system useful or does it block so much it's not worth it? It's kinda scary that you can fork bomb that easy with make...
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