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Old 25th July 2010
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Default Kernel size: Why no change after patching?

Hi.

I am newbie on OpenBSD and am learning things as I go.

I observed something about Kernel size. As I could not reason it out, I am presenting it to this forum. I would appreciate if you could please help me understand.

I bought 4.7 CD and installed 4.7 on my home desktop.
/bsd has a size of 7582622

Yesterday, I checked out the stable branch of 4.7 and rebuild the kernel as per FAQ.
/bsd (after stable build) also has the same size of 7582622.

I checked the size of bsd on the CD-1. It has the above size too.

From the patch list posted, I know that reliability fixes have been made. My questions are:
a) Why does the kernel size not change between release and stable build even after reliability fixes?
b) Did I not build the kernel correctly?

During research, I found one post:
http://screamingelectron.org/forum/s...ad.php?p=14496

Thanks.
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