Sabayon 8's Gr8, I'd be an indecent, ungreatful Bstrd if I complained. Which I'm not! I'm thankful. So thank you all you incredible FOSS developer humans
I was however wondering why the make.conf is so incredibly different than previous versions of Sabayon & other gentoo distros. It certainly changed a lot. But I don't want to use other distros, I'm sticking with Sabayon 8 anyway, however, I'd really like to optimize things.
On other gentoo distros I simply do a march=native and set the j flag to 7 for my I7 machine. I compile a kernel in 7 to 8 minutes flat on my high end machine.
ON Sabayon 8 however, it takes twice as long at over 14 minutes! Is that because the compiler is working 2X as hard to make a tighter binary or what? I'm really confused, any help would be appreciated.