More Power Management Updates Queue Up For Linux 4.6
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 25 March 2016 at 08:41 AM EDT. 4 Comments
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Last week was the big ACPI and power management updates for Linux 4.6 that included a redesign of CPUFreq and P-State to support callbacks invoked by the kernel's scheduler. A few more feature changes have now been queued up for pulling of the ACPI+PM work for Linux 4.6.

Among the material in this second round of ACPI and power management updates for Linux 4.6 include fixes to the Intel P-State scaling driver, CPUFreq core clean-ups, ACPI CPUFreq driver updates, an intel_idle driver fix for Skylake-H systems, Intel Xeon Phi x200 support in the intel_idle driver, and various other fixes and minor improvements.

More details on these latest power management changes for Linux 4.6 can be found via this pull request.
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