FreeBSD `buildkernel' and `buildworld' Benchmarks

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Hammer & Screwdriver FreeBSD `buildkernel' and `buildworld' Benchmarks

Just for fun, I thought I'd post my output from `time make -j4 buildworld' and `time make -j4 buildkernel' and see if anyone else had any good times.

The machine is an Intel Core2Duo 2.2GHz with 2048MB DDR3.

>>> Kernel build for ORION completed on Mon Apr  6 12:01:04 EDT 2009
903.430u 76.701s 16:30.89 98.9% 6007+1017k 7782+8087io 390pf+0w

>>> World build completed on Mon Apr  6 12:31:44 EDT 2009
2873.338u 307.173s 28:49.56 183.8%      6175+1028k 23212+10465io 2251pf+0w

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76 seconds for a kernel build? are you using ccache?
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