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Tuesday, April 16 • 10:00am - 11:00am
GCC Link-Time-Optimization and the Linux Kernel - Andi Kleen, Intel

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One of the major new features in gcc 4.7 was Link Time Optimization. This allows aggressive optimizations over whole programs. This talkis about applying LTO to a large and sophisticated existing project: the Linux kernel. It required numerous changes both to gcc and the kernel and also to binutils. This talk discusses some experiences gained from the project, the state of the LTO kernel, and some open problems in the gcc LTO implementation.


Andi Kleen

Andi Kleen is a long term Linux kernel contributor. He worked on many different kernel areas, including network, file systems, scalability, performance analysis and low level architecture code. He served as the x86-64 and later also the i386 architecture kernel maintainer until 2007... Read More →

Tuesday April 16, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am PDT
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