[CentOS] cpuspeed problems with 5.2 and 2.6.18-92.1.18 kernel revision
ArcosCom Linux User
linux at arcoscom.com
Thu Dec 18 00:09:58 UTC 2008
The same as before, instead compile I do the dd comand and see the
/proc/cpuinfo info at the same time the cpuspeed monitor under gnome shows
the same as cpuinfo: 800Mhz.
Another way to go?
El Jue, 18 de Diciembre de 2008, 0:20, MHR escribió:
> On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 3:00 PM, ArcosCom Linux User <linux at arcoscom.com>
>> 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
>> 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
>> want to grow up. Really is working fine under these circumstances with
>> performance governor selected?
> First, please do not top post in this forum / on this list.
> Second, try this:
> dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/null <some huge number of blocks>
> and see if that drives your cpuspeed up.
> BTW, how are you checking the cpuspeed? Are you looking at /proc/cpuinfo?
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