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SubjectRe: kapm-idled no longer idling CPU?
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> system_idle itself just checks, if nr_running is 1. This means that if any
> single other process is runnable every HZ time when apm_idled checks the system
> state it won't switch to idle state even if the system is otherwise idle. I do
> see this behaviour e.g. all the time with KDE.

Uggh - yes, that makes horrible sense. Does it behave any better if you
check say load average for the past 15 seconds < .1 ?
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