[CentOS] Don't have scaling_available_frequencies files

Neil Aggarwal neil at JAMMConsulting.com
Tue Oct 20 15:37:55 UTC 2009

Hello all:

I am trying to follow the RHEL virtualization guide.
According to Chapter 17, I have a processor without
a constant Time Stamp Counter (Its an Opteron).

According to that guide, I need to set the MIN_SPEED and 
MAX_SPEED variables in /etc/sysconfig/cpuspeed to the
highest frequency show in

I took a look at my system (CentOS 5.4) and there are no
cpufreq directories in the cpu folders.

Is that a problem?


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