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imported package cpuspeed
1 # /etc/sysconfig/cpuspeed
2 #
3 # This configuration file controls the behavior of both the
4 # cpuspeed daemon and various cpufreq modules.
5 # For the vast majority of users, there shouldn't be any need to
6 # alter the contents of this file at all. By and large, frequency
7 # scaling should Just Work(tm) with the defaults.
8
9 ### DRIVER ###
10 # Your CPUFreq driver module
11 # Note that many drivers are now built-in, rather than built as modules,
12 # so its usually best not to specify one.
13 # default value: empty (try to auto-detect/use built-in)
14 DRIVER=
15
16 ### GOVERNOR ###
17 # Which scaling governor to use
18 # Details on scaling governors for your cpu(s) can be found in
19 # cpu-freq/governors.txt, part of the kernel-doc package
20 # NOTES:
21 # - The GOVERNOR parameter is only valid on centrino, powernow-k8 (amd64)
22 # and acpi-cpufreq platforms, other platforms that support frequency
23 # scaling always use the 'userspace' governor.
24 # - Using the 'userspace' governor will trigger the cpuspeed daemon to run,
25 # which provides said user-space frequency scaling.
26 # default value: empty (defaults to ondemand on centrino, powernow-k8,
27 # and acpi-cpufreq systems, userspace on others)
28 GOVERNOR=
29
30 ### FREQUENCIES ###
31 # NOTE: valid max/min frequencies for your cpu(s) can be found in
32 # /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_available_frequencies
33 # on systems that support frequency scaling (though only after the
34 # appropriate drivers have been loaded via the cpuspeed initscript).
35 # maximum speed to scale up to
36 # default value: empty (use cpu reported maximum)
37 MAX_SPEED=
38 # minimum speed to scale down to
39 # default value: empty (use cpu reported minimum)
40 MIN_SPEED=
41
42 ### SCALING THRESHOLDS ###
43 # Busy percentage threshold over which to scale up to max frequency
44 # default value: empty (use governor default)
45 UP_THRESHOLD=
46 # Busy percentage threshold under which to scale frequency down
47 # default value: empty (use governor default)
48 DOWN_THRESHOLD=
49
50 ### NICE PROCESS HANDLING ###
51 # Let background (nice) processes speed up the cpu
52 # default value: 0 (background process usage can speed up cpu)
53 # alternate value: 1 (background processes will be ignored)
54 IGNORE_NICE=0
55
56
57 #####################################################
58 ########## HISTORICAL CPUSPEED CONFIG BITS ##########
59 #####################################################
60 VMAJOR=1
61 VMINOR=1
62
63 # Add your favorite options here
64 #OPTS="$OPTS -s 0 -i 10 -r"
65
66 # uncomment and modify this to check the state of the AC adapter
67 #OPTS="$OPTS -a /proc/acpi/ac_adapter/*/state"
68
69 # uncomment and modify this to check the system temperature
70 #OPTS="$OPTS -t /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/*/temperature 75"

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