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  • Intel Adding Interface To Pass Workload Hints To The Linux Kernel For Thermal/Power Purposes

    Phoronix: Intel Adding Interface To Pass Workload Hints To The Linux Kernel For Thermal/Power Purposes

    Intel's INT340X thermal code that is used by the likes of the Intel Thermal Daemon "Thermald" for thermal/power management with their modern SoCs will now be able to accept workload hints for making more informed thermal decisions...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...Workload-Hints

  • #2
    Intel should hire tildearrow to review the patches, the "burusty" typo would never happen

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    • #3
      Originally posted by andrei_me View Post
      Intel should hire tildearrow to review the patches, the "burusty" typo would never happen
      I was going to report that, but since Michael didn't type it I did not.

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      • #4
        This seems veeeery similar to the new platform profile patches that are being worked on by Mark Pearson from Lenovo on the Linux ACPI mailing list. I'm wondering why they wouldn't just use that.

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