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SubjectRe: [PATCH][2.5.35] CPUfreq documentation (4/5)
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Le mar 17/09/2002 à 11:35, Dominik Brodowski a écrit :

> +The third argument, a void *pointer, points to a struct cpufreq_freqs
> +consisting of five values: cpu, min, max, policy and max_cpu_freq. Min
> +and max are the lower and upper frequencies (in kHz) of the new
> +policy, policy the new policy, cpu the number of the affected CPU or
> +CPUFREQ_ALL_CPUS for all CPUs; and max_cpu_freq the maximum supported
> +CPU frequency. This value is given for informational purposes only.

- Why choosing a void* ? that doesn't validate type ..

- The struct cpufreq_freqs actually consists of only three values (cpu,
old, new). The five values you cite here are in the struct
cpufreq_policy.


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