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[miah: Mar 19 15:33]
> The application will also run faster...  But security is the reason you should do this.  

another key time is when your .so files are unavaible - like during
boot/recovery time and your .so's are on another partition. For
instance, it is helpful to have 'mount' statically linked.

41 out of the 200 binaries in /sbin on the redhat 7.3 box I am writing
this mail on are statically linked.


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