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SubjectRe: Higer latency with dynamic tick (need for an io-ondemand govenor?)
Woodruff, Richard wrote:
> "Andi Kleen" <andi@firstfloor.org> writes:
>> Are you talking about x86?
>
> ARM (TI-OMAP)

Sorry I was confused because you used the term "C-state" which is normally ACPI (x86/ia64)
specific. If someone says C states I assume ACPI and usually x86 by default
due to lack of deeper sleep states on most ia64s.

> Not sure about the underlying X86 hardware implementation.

On x86 the trend is for the hardware/firmware/SMM doing more and more of this on its own,
as in deciding by itself how deep it wants to sleep.

-Andi


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