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SubjectRe: idle Athlon with IOAPIC is 10C warmer since 2.6.3-bk1
Ross Dickson wrote:
> On Saturday 20 March 2004 19:29, Prakash K. Cheemplavam wrote:
>>Len Brown wrote:
>>>On Fri, 2004-03-19 at 14:22, Prakash K. Cheemplavam wrote:
>>>>Hmm, I just did a cat /proc/acpi/processor/CPU0/power:
>>>>active state: C1
>>>>default state: C1
>>>>bus master activity: 00000000
>>>> *C1: promotion[--] demotion[--] latency[000]
>>>> C2: <not supported>
>>>> C3: <not supported>
>>>>I am currently NOT using APIC mode (nforce2, as well) and using vanilla
>>>>2.6.4. It seems C1 halt state isn't used, which exlains why I am having
>>>Actually I think it is that we don't _count_ C1 usage.
>>Hmm, OK, then I am really puzzled what specifically about mm sources
>>make my idle temps hotter, as I still couldn't properly resolve it what
>>is causing it. I thought ACPI, but no, using APM only does the same (apm
>>only with vanilla is low temp though.)
> Have you seen this thread, it may be relevant?
> Re: [2.6.4-rc2] bogus semicolon behind if()

Hi Ross, I don't think so, as I currently don't use APIC and thus fix in
above post wouldn't help me. Or should I read further?



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