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2006-09-11
by earl, 4754 days ago
Building a custom kernel using Debian's make-kpkg on a SMP/multi-CPU/multi-core system? Check out CONCURRENCY_LEVEL (from the kernel-pkg.conf manpage):

CONCURRENCY_LEVEL
If defined, this variable sets the concurrency level of make
used to compile the kernel and the modules set using -j flags
to the sub make in the build target of make-kpkg. Should be a
(small) integer, if used.

So typically you want to do a CONCURRENCY_LEVEL=4 make-kpkg ... (where 4 is the actual number of cores of your machine).
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