Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of WebKitGTK/SpeedUpBuild


Ignore:
Timestamp:
Jun 19, 2013 5:11:39 AM (8 years ago)
Author:
Andres Gomez
Comment:

Indenting

Legend:

Unmodified
Added
Removed
Modified
  • WebKitGTK/SpeedUpBuild

    v1 v2  
    1313$ sudo apt-get install ccache
    1414}}}
    15 
    16    * Fedora:
     15   - Fedora:
    1716{{{
    1817#!sh
     
    8079$ sudo apt-get install distcc
    8180}}}
    82 
    83    * Fedora server:
     81   - Fedora server:
    8482{{{
    8583#!sh
     
    112110$ sudo apt-get install distcc
    113111}}}
    114 
    115    * Fedora server:
     112   - Fedora server:
    116113{{{
    117114#!sh
     
    142139 * By default distcc only sends at most *four* jobs per host. If a distcc server can handle more processes you can increase the number like this: DISTCC_HOST='remote-powerful-machine/8'.
    143140 * If the connection to the distcc server is slow you can compress the data: DISTCC_HOST='remote-powerful-machine/8,lzo'. Depending on your case this can actually make things slower, so try first to see if it's worth it in your case.
     141   * For example, it has been checked that using ''distcc'' through a VPN (OpenVPN) doesn't pay off.
    144142 * Versions of gcc/g++ should *match* in the client and the servers. Otherwise remote compilation would probably fail, falling back to building locally instead.
    145143 * You need to perform a full rebuild before having distccpower available in webkit. So, you rm -rf WebKitBuild/Release (or Debug) first.
     
    150148$ sudo apt-get install distccmon-gnome
    151149}}}
    152    * Fedora: already included in the distcc package
     150   - Fedora: already included in the distcc package
    153151
    154152==== Using a dynamic set of hosts ====