> Do you have any CPU optimization flags set in /etc/make.conf?
> What processor are you running on?
> (my answers are:
This was a Celeron based laptop (Thinkpad X20). 4.7 release upgraded
from 2.2.2 -- so I imagine a little bit of cruft has been left around.
For the curious, I have done several disk-copies for laptop upgrades.
No special compile settings. (./configure; make install)
Ok.. Got a few more 4.7 boxes laying around:
Compaq Quad Xeon (700Mhz) [fresh install two weeks ago] - positive-zeros
Low end Compaq (900Mhz PIII) [upgraded from 4.3] - positive-zeros
FreeBSD 4.6 on Dual 400Mhz celerons [upgraded from 4.0]- negative-zeros
-- no-diffs --
Looks like 4.7 reverses a patch that went into 4.6. Is it possible you
were testing 4.7-STABLE rather than RELEASES? It may have gone back in
by that point.
Rod Taylor <rbt(at)rbt(dot)ca>
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