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From: Sergio Polini <sp_rm_it@...>
Subject: Re: cpufreq, cpudyn, and AMD Turion 64
Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2006 01:04:56 +0100
Bob Sanders:
> Perhaps you should look at a dynamic scheduling daemon?  something
> like powernowd -
>
> *  sys-power/powernowd
>       Latest version available: 0.90
>       Latest version installed: 0.90
>       Size of downloaded files: 26 kB
>       Homepage:    http://www.deater.net/john/powernowd.html
> http://n-dimensional.de/projects/cpufreq/ Description: Daemon to
> control the speed and voltage of CPUs License:     GPL-2
>
> I use it on both my 2P Opteron workstation and my Pentium M laptop.

I'll look at powernowd ASAP, but the conservative governor -- without 
cpudyn -- looks working fine for now: the cpu frequence is 0.8 ghz 
when I'm just writing a document or reading e-mail, and 1.8 ghz when 
I emerge a package, and I can't see any "latency issues". 

Sergio
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