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    Subject2.6.0-test4 consumes more power than 2.4?
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    Hi.

    While reviewing 2.6 on my laptop, I noticed something
    very odd. Average power consumption is about
    200 mA higher compared to 2.4.

    I measure this via the /proc/acpi/battery/*/state interface.

    Under 2.4, when idle my laptop consumes about
    720mA, sometimes even below that.

    Under 2.6, the average idle power consumption is about
    900mA.

    iN both kernels, I have set Performance state 1
    (400mhz) before measuring the average power consumption.

    Can anyone confirm this observation?

    If so, what is causing this? 200mA is quite a lot of difference,
    and if this is a true measurement (no ACPI bug),
    this might be a serious problem for laptop users.

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    CYa,
    Mario
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