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Re: 0 function size

To: "Ralf Baechle" <>
Subject: Re: 0 function size
From: "Alexander Sirotkin" <>
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 18:28:42 +0200
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On 3/5/07, Ralf Baechle <> wrote:
On Mon, Mar 05, 2007 at 04:19:18PM +0200, Alexander Sirotkin wrote:

> I'm trying to see the function sizes for some object file compiled for
> MIPS. On x86 one can use objdump  or readelf to see the sizes, however
> for same weird reason on MIPS these routines show 0 for all functions.
> Any idea what I'm missing ?

Works fine here:

801f3f10 l     F .text  00000074 rekey_seq_generator
80327f2c l     O .data  00000028 rekey_work
80345dd0 l     F .init.text     00000020 seqgen_init
801f3fd0 l     F .text  000000f4 uuid_strategy
801f40c4 l     F .text  0000012c proc_do_uuid
801f42e0 l     F .text  0000012c extract_entropy_user
801f440c l     F .text  0000000c urandom_read
801f4418 l     F .text  000000fc random_write
801f4514 l     F .text  000001f4 random_ioctl
801f484c l     F .text  00000090 random_poll
801f4ac8 l     F .text  00000190 random_read
80327f64 l     O .data  00000004 sysctl_poolsize

So seems to be a defect with your particular toolchain or objdump or readelf.
Yeah, it is indeed a problem with the particular toolchain I was using. Thanks.


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