On Mon, 9 Jul 2012 18:58:05 +0800
microcai <email@example.com> wrote:
> profile guided optimize
> If you enable it , software will generate profile data when it runs.
> of-course the profile data will be output to the *same* dir it got
> compiled. That's why it write to /var/tmp
> But you are not running xfce-session as root, are you? so xfce-session
> won't be able to create profile data.
No, I don't run it as root, of course.
But I didn't enable the 'pgo'. Or didI? How can I figure it out?
On Mon, 9 Jul 2012 13:06:06 +0200
Alex Schuster <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Thanks, I just used this question to finally look up the man page of
> the euses command, which I thought would give the description of use
> flags. It turns out that it's simply 'euses pgo', which is much less
> to type than my usual 'grep
> Anyway, it returns that only firefox and torbrowser make use of this
> optimization for gcc-4.5.
> About the free inodes question, use df -i for that.
Thanks for the tip! I didn't know that.