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  • NobodyXu
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    Originally posted by birdie View Post

    There has to be a userspace process/daemon/service which manages tasks and no one has created it. The kernel feature by itself is quite useless.
    Can't the task scheduler in kernel directly take advantage of HFI?

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  • birdie
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    Originally posted by Solid State Brain View Post
    Is the Hardware Feedback Interface (HFI) ready to be taken advantage of by Intel Alder Lake processors or is more work needed for actually enabling it despite already being in the kernel?
    There has to be a userspace process/daemon/service which manages tasks and no one has created it. The kernel feature by itself is quite useless.

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  • Solid State Brain
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    Is the Hardware Feedback Interface (HFI) ready to be taken advantage of by Intel Alder Lake processors or is more work needed for actually enabling it despite already being in the kernel?

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  • joshx1
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    I see that there is work around the EPYC & NUMA, Threadripper 2990WX for example has NUMA as well (though not sure how related to EPYC it is?), would this also have an uplift out-of-the-box, or would there need to be patches made for that?

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  • Linux 5.18 Released With Intel SDSi, New CPU & GPU Features

    Phoronix: Linux 5.18 Released With Intel SDSi, New CPU & GPU Features

    Linus Torvalds just released Linux 5.18 on-time as the newest stable kernel release...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...-5.18-Released
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