On Tue, 15 Oct 2002 13:10:37 -0700 (PDT),
"David S. Miller" <davem@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Yes, the size of the *.o files in the security directory can be shrunk a
> text data bss dec hex filename
> 6765 776 8 7549 1d7d built-in.o
> 3280 392 4 3676 e5c capability.o
> 1772 384 0 2156 86c dummy.o
> 1713 0 4 1717 6b5 security.o
>It's a whopping 32K on sparc64, and that is only counting
>the security/*.o objects.
Pressed send too soon :(
Double counting: built-in.o == (capability.o + dummy.o + security.o)
Also I suspect you double counted text+data+bss+dec, when dec =
(text+data+bss). The real size of the *.o security files in the kernel
is 7549, not 32K. Not that it makes any difference, there has to be a
way to make that size 0 when LSM is compiled off.