The Fedora Linux Rawhide Kernel Is Becoming Too Slow With Its Many Debug Options

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Fedora is one of the Linux distributions that ships with a plethora of debug options during its “Rawhide” development phase to ease in diagnosing issues that turn up during testing rather than building everything in a release mode during the development cycle. While these debug options are good for debugging, the performance impact continues adding up and reaching a point that the Fedora Rawhide debug kernel is too slow for some tasks…

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