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Re: Fedora-10 nighmare-dmidecode



On Sun, Apr 19, 2009 at 4:20 AM, Mani A <a mani cms gmail com> wrote:
>> The scaling causes a lot of noise on the screen, and it also stop downloads,
>> or - you see the message on the bottom that it is connecting to a server, but
>> it will time out without showing any page, very often.
>
> Disable CPU scaling or modify it (the cpu in question permits a number
> of levels)... if the problem is that, then it must be a kernel issue.
>

A correction, the Fedora Man page for cpuspeed says

"Many modern Linux systems support in-kernel  cpu  frequency
       scaling. The cpuspeed daemon only works in conjunction with
       the ’userspace’ frequency scaling  governor.  Other  gover-
       nors,  such  as  ’ondemand’ and ’conservative’, rely on the
       Linux kernel to adjust cpu frequencies on the  fly  without
       the  need  of  any user-space assistance, such as that pro-
       vided by cpuspeed.

       Red Hat and Fedora distributions employ a unified  configu-
       ration  file for both scenarios, as well as a cpuspeed init
       script that will configure either cpuspeed or in-kernel cpu
       frequency scaling, as appropriate.

FILES
       /etc/sysconfig/cpuspeed, configuration file

So simply set GOVERNOR=PERFORMANCE
You can also put in the min and max speeds
and
edit

/etc/init.d/cpuspeed in a appropriate way


That will solve all of the problems if it is due to scaling


Best

A. Mani





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A. Mani
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