I downloaded the code to generate a
graph of the Linux
kernel. The code downloaded is for the 2.4.0 kernel, but I run 2.0.x at
So I decided to see if it would work for the 2.0.x kernel. Sure enough, a
few tweaks in the makefile to remove some sections that aren't in the 2.0.x
kernel and about three hours later, the analysis phase is done (I did this
at work were I have some serious horse power). I then generated the
I generated the 6x6 display, which consisted of 36 sheets of 8.5" by
11" paper. Each file was approximately 12 megabytes in size.
Uncompressed, each file was 53 megabytes in size.
Good God Almighty!
I printed out the first two pages, and at 4'3" by 5'6" it's
too small to make out any detail.
I then generated a 9x9 poster, making it 6'4.5" by 8'3" in size,
and it's still too small!
Good Lord, how big do I need to make this thing?
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