Mirko Geffken wrote:
> although this is more of a general question I thought that the "Hackers" might now a better answer for this one.
> I am considering a recompile of my RPM installed postgres installation (since I am guessing it was not build using Pentium optimization (and possibly even other optimizations)).
No, the postgresql.org RPM distribution, for universality sake, is not
built with any processor-specific optimization -- however, the Mandrake
binaries ARE, and are mostly compatible with a RedHat system. You
didn't say _which_ distribution you are using, however.
You can enable the optimizations in your rpmrc files (/etc/rpmrc), and
do a rpm --rebuild of the source rpm to get processor-optimized
binaries. You will need a complete development environment to do so,
including the python-devel package and a working C++ installation.
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