[CentOS] cpuspeed problems with 5.2 and 2.6.18-92.1.18 kernel revision

ArcosCom Linux User linux at arcoscom.com
Wed Dec 17 23:00:29 UTC 2008


Ok, but is not working fine.

The last try:
   1) Power off the laptop along 2/3 hours.
   2) Power on and log into gnome.
   3) The cpuspeed monitor shows that all is working fine.
   4) Some minutes after, the speed goes down to 800 MHz and no more wants
to grow up. I can't change to force performance or using userspace and
select the speed.

Any help more about?

If I launch any heavy compilation (as kernel compilation), the speed don't
want to grow up. Really is working fine under these circumstances with the
performance governor selected?

Regards

El Mie, 17 de Diciembre de 2008, 0:31, Kai Schaetzl escribió:
> ArcosCom Linux User wrote on Tue, 16 Dec 2008 21:31:30 +0100 (CET):
>
>> The laptop boots fine with the correct speed (usual speed), but when the
>> init scripts run the service cpuspeed, the performance goes low: Only
>> wants 800MHz!!
>
> sounds pretty much like it's working as it should. It goes down went it
> doesn't need to run that fast. That's the normal on-demand governor. If
> you want to have full-speed all the time then stop the cpuspeed service,
> it will then use the performance governor.
>
> Kai
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