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Re: lubuntu cpu scaling....
I don't have a dual core, can you have a look through the instructions, feel
free to post it up as "Dual Core work in progress" on the baby area and
leave a note on it to say you're still working on it. As I do not have dual
core, I can not give any input at all. I'm sure Adam will be happy to chat
with you over it.
On Tue, Jun 22, 2010 at 9:49 PM, Bob Trevithick <bob.trevithick@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> Well, with my old AMD 3800+ X2, I have three steps: 1G, 1.8G and 2G.
> I got a very similar output to the OP's when I installed cpufreqd:
> current CPU frequency is 1000 MHz.
> cpufreq stats: 2.00 GHz:6.49%, 1.80 GHz:0.40%, 1000 MHz:93.11% (394)
> I tried setting it to "performance" and got the expected 2G all the
> time. It appears to default to "ondemand" which is, I think, the best
> default in general.
> Without cpufreqd installed, everything indicates that I'm running at
> 1G almost all the time, which is what I would expect. It will only
> kick in the warp engines when there's a real need to do so.
> Having said that, I'm not sure I see any problem. It seems to be
> handling my AMD in just the way I prefer, and allows me to modify it.
> If there's something specific I should try to help test this, let me know.
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