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  1. CPU Speed Half In Linux

    I have a Compaq Presario R3000 that has an 1.8ghz AMD cpu. The bios
    reports the speed at 1.8ghz. Windows shows it as 1.8ghz. But when I run
    any version of linux (Mandriva, Ubuntu, SUSE) it shows up as 798mhz. I am
    thinking that I might have changed the speed by keyboard input, but can't
    find anyway to get it back to 1.8ghz.

    The bios does not provide a way of changing the speed.

    The following is the output of cat /proc/cpuinfo

    processor : 0
    vendor_id : AuthenticAMD
    cpu family : 15
    model : 4
    model name : AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3000+
    stepping : 8
    cpu MHz : 798.024
    cache size : 1024 KB
    fdiv_bug : no
    hlt_bug : no
    f00f_bug : no
    coma_bug : no
    fpu : yes
    fpu_exception : yes
    cpuid level : 1
    wp : yes
    flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush mmx fxsr sse sse2 syscall nx mmxext lm 3dnowext 3dnow up ts fid vid ttp
    bogomips : 1598.02

  2. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Sun, 06 Jan 2008 19:58:06 -0500, Les B. Labbauf wrote:

    > I have a Compaq Presario R3000 that has an 1.8ghz AMD cpu. The bios
    > reports the speed at 1.8ghz. Windows shows it as 1.8ghz. But when I run
    > any version of linux (Mandriva, Ubuntu, SUSE) it shows up as 798mhz. I am


    I suspect you have kpowersave running, which by default (at least in Mandriva 2008),
    will set the cpu frequency policy to dynamic, which alters the speed, based on the
    current usage. This is a good thing to have, to help keep the cpu cool, and increase
    battery time on laptops.

    In Mandriva 2008, with kde, you can right click on the kpowersave icon in the system
    tray, select "Configure Kpowersave", then select "CPU Frequency Policy", and change
    it from Dynamic to Performance, if needed.

    Regards, Dave Hodgins

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  3. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Sun, 06 Jan 2008 18:58:06 -0600, Les B. Labbauf wrote:

    > I have a Compaq Presario R3000 that has an 1.8ghz AMD cpu. The bios
    > reports the speed at 1.8ghz. Windows shows it as 1.8ghz. But when I
    > run any version of linux (Mandriva, Ubuntu, SUSE) it shows up as 798mhz.
    > I am thinking that I might have changed the speed by keyboard input,
    > but can't find anyway to get it back to 1.8ghz.
    >

    IIRC, cpufreqd didn't work right for my AMD X2 cpu. I completely replaced
    it with one I created for userspace policy. You're welcome to use it if
    you want and modify it to suite you.

    # see CPUFREQD.CONF(5) manpage for a complete reference

    [General]
    pidfile=/var/run/cpufreqd.pid
    poll_interval=2
    verbosity=4
    #enable_remote=1
    #remote_group=root
    [/General]

    [Profile]
    name=Performance High
    minfreq=2000000
    maxfreq=2000000
    policy=userspace
    [/Profile]

    [Profile]
    name=Performance Low
    minfreq=1000000
    maxfreq=1000000
    policy=userspace
    [/Profile]

    [Profile]
    name=Performance Med
    minfreq=1800000
    maxfreq=1800000
    policy=userspace
    [/Profile]

    [Rule]
    name=cpulow
    cpu_interval=0-10
    profile=Performance Low
    [/Rule]

    [Rule]
    name=cpumed
    cpu_interval=11-80
    profile=Performance Med
    [/Rule]

    [Rule]
    name=cpuhigh
    cpu_interval=81-100
    profile=Performance High
    [/Rule]

    # Manual choice for individual programs

    [Rule]
    name=high
    programs=vlc,ogle,mythcommflag,gcc
    cpu_interval=0-100
    profile=Performance High
    [/Rule]

    [Rule]
    name=medium
    programs=mythfrontend,kaffeine,k3b,xine,mplayer,av idemux,totem,
    cpu_interval=0-100
    profile=Performance Med
    [/Rule]

    Note that you probably need to change the cpu freq for your cpu. After
    replacing the file, as root do this;

    service cpufreqd restart

    Or stop and then start.

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  4. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    do you have kpowersaved installed if so it should be to the right of the
    taskbar next to the clock the icon looks like a two pin plug.

    if you left click on the above icon it will tell what frequency policy you
    are using if it is set to dynamic when the pc is idle it will show up
    running at less than half

    to get pc to run at full speed change it to performance

  5. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Jan 7, 9:00 am, Darklight wrote:
    > do you have kpowersaved installed if so it should be to the right of the
    > taskbar next to the clock the icon looks like a two pin plug.
    >
    > if you left click on the above icon it will tell what frequency policy you
    > are using if it is set to dynamic when the pc is idle it will show up
    > running at less than half
    >
    > to get pc to run at full speed change it to performance


    Thanks to all who replied. Will try some of these suggestions when I
    get home and let you know the results.

  6. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Mon, 07 Jan 2008 01:14:21 -0500, David W. Hodgins wrote:

    > On Sun, 06 Jan 2008 19:58:06 -0500, Les B. Labbauf wrote:
    >
    >> I have a Compaq Presario R3000 that has an 1.8ghz AMD cpu. The bios
    >> reports the speed at 1.8ghz. Windows shows it as 1.8ghz. But when I run
    >> any version of linux (Mandriva, Ubuntu, SUSE) it shows up as 798mhz. I am

    >
    > I suspect you have kpowersave running, which by default (at least in Mandriva 2008),
    > will set the cpu frequency policy to dynamic, which alters the speed, based on the
    > current usage. This is a good thing to have, to help keep the cpu cool, and increase
    > battery time on laptops.
    >
    > In Mandriva 2008, with kde, you can right click on the kpowersave icon in the system
    > tray, select "Configure Kpowersave", then select "CPU Frequency Policy", and change
    > it from Dynamic to Performance, if needed.
    >
    > Regards, Dave Hodgins
    >


    Do not have kpowersave in my tray, and running gnome, and the preferences
    for this are set to performance.

  7. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Mon, 07 Jan 2008 09:48:00 +0000, Wes Newell wrote:

    > On Sun, 06 Jan 2008 18:58:06 -0600, Les B. Labbauf wrote:
    >
    >> I have a Compaq Presario R3000 that has an 1.8ghz AMD cpu. The bios
    >> reports the speed at 1.8ghz. Windows shows it as 1.8ghz. But when I
    >> run any version of linux (Mandriva, Ubuntu, SUSE) it shows up as 798mhz.
    >> I am thinking that I might have changed the speed by keyboard input,
    >> but can't find anyway to get it back to 1.8ghz.
    >>

    > IIRC, cpufreqd didn't work right for my AMD X2 cpu. I completely replaced
    > it with one I created for userspace policy. You're welcome to use it if
    > you want and modify it to suite you.
    >
    > # see CPUFREQD.CONF(5) manpage for a complete reference
    >
    > [General]
    > pidfile=/var/run/cpufreqd.pid
    > poll_interval=2
    > verbosity=4
    > #enable_remote=1
    > #remote_group=root
    > [/General]
    >
    > [Profile]
    > name=Performance High
    > minfreq=2000000
    > maxfreq=2000000
    > policy=userspace
    > [/Profile]
    >
    > [Profile]
    > name=Performance Low
    > minfreq=1000000
    > maxfreq=1000000
    > policy=userspace
    > [/Profile]
    >
    > [Profile]
    > name=Performance Med
    > minfreq=1800000
    > maxfreq=1800000
    > policy=userspace
    > [/Profile]
    >
    > [Rule]
    > name=cpulow
    > cpu_interval=0-10
    > profile=Performance Low
    > [/Rule]
    >
    > [Rule]
    > name=cpumed
    > cpu_interval=11-80
    > profile=Performance Med
    > [/Rule]
    >
    > [Rule]
    > name=cpuhigh
    > cpu_interval=81-100
    > profile=Performance High
    > [/Rule]
    >
    > # Manual choice for individual programs
    >
    > [Rule]
    > name=high
    > programs=vlc,ogle,mythcommflag,gcc
    > cpu_interval=0-100
    > profile=Performance High
    > [/Rule]
    >
    > [Rule]
    > name=medium
    > programs=mythfrontend,kaffeine,k3b,xine,mplayer,av idemux,totem,
    > cpu_interval=0-100
    > profile=Performance Med
    > [/Rule]
    >
    > Note that you probably need to change the cpu freq for your cpu. After
    > replacing the file, as root do this;
    >
    > service cpufreqd restart
    >
    > Or stop and then start.
    >


    I checked the system services in the Control Center. CPUFREQD is not
    running, and will not start when I click the start button (It is set to
    run on boot).

    If I try the command from a terminal I get no feedback, and ps -ef|grep
    cpufreqd shows the command is there.

    cpufreq-selector -f doesn't seem to work either.

  8. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Mon, 07 Jan 2008 18:43:49 -0600, Les B. Labbauf wrote:

    >> On Sun, 06 Jan 2008 18:58:06 -0600, Les B. Labbauf wrote:
    >>
    >>> I have a Compaq Presario R3000 that has an 1.8ghz AMD cpu. The bios
    >>> reports the speed at 1.8ghz. Windows shows it as 1.8ghz. But when I
    >>> run any version of linux (Mandriva, Ubuntu, SUSE) it shows up as
    >>> 798mhz.


    > I checked the system services in the Control Center. CPUFREQD is not
    > running, and will not start when I click the start button (It is set to
    > run on boot).


    What's the error message when you try and start it? It had to start at
    least once to lower the cpu speed to 800MHz. If, after that, it dies or is
    stopped, the cpu will stay at the last speed.
    >
    > If I try the command from a terminal I get no feedback, and ps -ef|grep
    > cpufreqd shows the command is there.
    >
    > cpufreq-selector -f doesn't seem to work either.


    If coufreqd isn't running, you can manually set the speed by CL. You can
    do this several different ways depending on what governor you want to use.
    If you set the governor to performance, then the cpu will run at max speed
    always. The files you change manually are in /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/
    cpufreq.
    [root@wes2 cpufreq]# ls
    affected_cpus scaling_available_frequencies scaling_governor
    cpuinfo_cur_freq scaling_available_governors scaling_max_freq
    cpuinfo_max_freq scaling_cur_freq scaling_min_freq
    cpuinfo_min_freq scaling_driver scaling_setspeed
    [root@wes2 cpufreq]#

    The docs for this are in the kernel source documention. Confusing as hell,
    but before I started using the cpufreqd daemon, I just setup 3 scripts for
    cpulo, cpumed, and cpuhi and manually set the speed. But using the daemon
    is the way to go. Did you replace the original cpufreqd.conf file with the
    one i posted? You may need to reboot or rmmod k8powernow and modprobe it
    again to see the changes. I recall a probe when trying to use both methods
    during testing where one wouldn't work once you used the other, but I
    don't recall exactly. That was a few years back. But if cpufreqd is set to
    start on boot and doesn't, or crashes, you need to find out why.

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  9. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 07:32:43 +0000, Wes Newell wrote:

    > On Mon, 07 Jan 2008 18:43:49 -0600, Les B. Labbauf wrote:
    >
    >>> On Sun, 06 Jan 2008 18:58:06 -0600, Les B. Labbauf wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> I have a Compaq Presario R3000 that has an 1.8ghz AMD cpu. The bios
    >>>> reports the speed at 1.8ghz. Windows shows it as 1.8ghz. But when I
    >>>> run any version of linux (Mandriva, Ubuntu, SUSE) it shows up as
    >>>> 798mhz.

    >
    >> I checked the system services in the Control Center. CPUFREQD is not
    >> running, and will not start when I click the start button (It is set to
    >> run on boot).

    >
    > What's the error message when you try and start it? It had to start at
    > least once to lower the cpu speed to 800MHz. If, after that, it dies or is
    > stopped, the cpu will stay at the last speed.
    >>


    running cpufreqd from a terminal prompt just returns the prompt with no
    feedback.

    >> If I try the command from a terminal I get no feedback, and ps -ef|grep
    >> cpufreqd shows the command is there.
    >>
    >> cpufreq-selector -f doesn't seem to work either.

    >



    > If coufreqd isn't running, you can manually set the speed by CL. You can
    > do this several different ways depending on what governor you want to
    > use. If you set the governor to performance, then the cpu will run at
    > max speed always. The files you change manually are in
    > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/ cpufreq.


    This directory is empty, the cpufreq and cpufreqd.conf files are located
    in /etc

    [root@wes2 cpufreq]# ls
    > affected_cpus scaling_available_frequencies scaling_governor
    > cpuinfo_cur_freq scaling_available_governors scaling_max_freq
    > cpuinfo_max_freq scaling_cur_freq scaling_min_freq
    > cpuinfo_min_freq scaling_driver scaling_setspeed
    > [root@wes2 cpufreq]#
    >


    None of the above files exist on my pc.
    > The docs for this are in the kernel source documention. Confusing as
    > hell, but before I started using the cpufreqd daemon, I just setup 3
    > scripts for cpulo, cpumed, and cpuhi and manually set the speed. But
    > using the daemon is the way to go. Did you replace the original
    > cpufreqd.conf file with the one i posted? You may need to reboot or
    > rmmod k8powernow and modprobe it again to see the changes. I recall a
    > probe when trying to use both methods during testing where one wouldn't
    > work once you used the other, but I don't recall exactly. That was a few
    > years back. But if cpufreqd is set to start on boot and doesn't, or
    > crashes, you need to find out why.
    >


    I am pretty sure that cpufreqd is not running. I am beginning to think it
    might be easier to reinstall.

  10. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Mon, 07 Jan 2008 19:39:21 -0500, Les B. Labbauf wrote:

    > Do not have kpowersave in my tray, and running gnome, and the preferences
    > for this are set to performance.


    Right click on a blank area of the menu bar. Select Add to Panel. Add the applet
    called "Cpu Frequency Scaling Monitor".

    Left click on the frequency icon.

    Note that the Policy has four settings, Conservative, Ondemand, Performance,
    and powersave.

    While the policy may be set to Performance, the frequency scaling is probably
    set to dynamic, aka ondemand. Unlike kpowersave, the gnome frequency scaling
    monitor does not appear, to have any option to change the cpu frequency, used
    for a given policy. However, it appears, that if you select the max freq shown
    as possible, and it should change the frequency. I haven't tested to see if this
    holds over a reboot. In my case, I've used kpowersave, to change the default
    for the performance policy, from dynamic, to performance, and it appears that
    the gnome applet, hasn't altered this.

    Regards, Dave Hodgins

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  11. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 05:04:00 -0600, Les B. Labbauf wrote:

    >>> I checked the system services in the Control Center. CPUFREQD is not
    >>> running, and will not start when I click the start button (It is set
    >>> to run on boot).

    >>
    >> What's the error message when you try and start it? It had to start at
    >> least once to lower the cpu speed to 800MHz. If, after that, it dies or
    >> is stopped, the cpu will stay at the last speed.
    >>>
    >>>

    > running cpufreqd from a terminal prompt just returns the prompt with no
    > feedback.
    >

    But if you tried to start via the control center it would.

    >> If coufreqd isn't running, you can manually set the speed by CL. You
    >> can do this several different ways depending on what governor you want
    >> to use. If you set the governor to performance, then the cpu will run
    >> at max speed always. The files you change manually are in
    >> /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/ cpufreq.

    >
    > This directory is empty, the cpufreq and cpufreqd.conf files are located
    > in /etc
    >
    > [root@wes2 cpufreq]# ls
    >> affected_cpus scaling_available_frequencies scaling_governor
    >> cpuinfo_cur_freq scaling_available_governors scaling_max_freq
    >> cpuinfo_max_freq scaling_cur_freq scaling_min_freq
    >> cpuinfo_min_freq scaling_driver scaling_setspeed
    >> [root@wes2 cpufreq]#
    >>
    >>

    > None of the above files exist on my pc.
    >>

    > I am pretty sure that cpufreqd is not running. I am beginning to think
    > it might be easier to reinstall.


    May or may not help. I don't recall if cpufreqd is installed by default or
    not. Open the package manager and search for cpufreq. Make sure that
    cpufreqd and it's 2 libcpu* packages are installed. Also check that
    powernow_k8 module is installed and finds your cpu on boot.

    [root@wes2 wes]# lsmod|grep k8
    powernow_k8 14336 1
    freq_table 4512 2 cpufreq_ondemand,powernow_k8
    processor 25796 2 thermal,powernow_k8
    k8temp 5120 0
    [root@wes2 wes]# cat /var/log/syslog|grep k8
    Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel: powernow-k8: Found 2 AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2
    Dual Core Processor 3800+ processors (version 2.00.00)
    Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel: powernow-k8: 0 : fid 0xc (2000 MHz), vid
    0xa
    Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel: powernow-k8: 1 : fid 0xa (1800 MHz), vid
    0xc
    Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel: powernow-k8: 2 : fid 0x2 (1000 MHz), vid
    0x12
    [root@wes2 wes]#



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  12. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Jan 8, 1:05 pm, "David W. Hodgins"
    wrote:
    > On Mon, 07 Jan 2008 19:39:21 -0500, Les B. Labbauf wrote:
    >
    > > Do not have kpowersave in my tray, and running gnome, and the preferences
    > > for this are set to performance.

    >
    > Right click on a blank area of the menu bar. Select Add to Panel. Add the applet
    > called "Cpu Frequency Scaling Monitor".
    >
    > Left click on the frequency icon.
    >
    > Note that the Policy has four settings, Conservative, Ondemand, Performance,
    > and powersave.
    >
    > While the policy may be set to Performance, the frequency scaling is probably
    > set to dynamic, aka ondemand. Unlike kpowersave, the gnome frequency scaling
    > monitor does not appear, to have any option to change the cpu frequency, used
    > for a given policy. However, it appears, that if you select the max freq shown
    > as possible, and it should change the frequency. I haven't tested to see if this
    > holds over a reboot. In my case, I've used kpowersave, to change the default
    > for the performance policy, from dynamic, to performance, and it appears that
    > the gnome applet, hasn't altered this.
    >
    > Regards, Dave Hodgins
    >
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    I have tried adding that applet. It doesn't add properly, ie; no
    icon, just a blank bar about 1/16 inch thick.. When I do left click
    and select preferences, I can change to performance. But again, the
    applet does not install properly on the panel, and does nothing when I
    click on it

  13. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Jan 8, 1:30 pm, Wes Newell wrote:
    > On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 05:04:00 -0600, Les B. Labbauf wrote:
    > >>> I checked the system services in the Control Center. CPUFREQD is not
    > >>> running, and will not start when I click the start button (It is set
    > >>> to run on boot).

    >
    > >> What's the error message when you try and start it? It had to start at
    > >> least once to lower the cpu speed to 800MHz. If, after that, it dies or
    > >> is stopped, the cpu will stay at the last speed.

    >
    > > running cpufreqd from a terminal prompt just returns the prompt with no
    > > feedback.

    >
    > But if you tried to start via the control center it would.
    >
    >
    >
    > >> If coufreqd isn't running, you can manually set the speed by CL. You
    > >> can do this several different ways depending on what governor you want
    > >> to use. If you set the governor to performance, then the cpu will run
    > >> at max speed always. The files you change manually are in
    > >> /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/ cpufreq.

    >
    > > This directory is empty, the cpufreq and cpufreqd.conf files are located
    > > in /etc

    >
    > > [root@wes2 cpufreq]# ls
    > >> affected_cpus scaling_available_frequencies scaling_governor
    > >> cpuinfo_cur_freq scaling_available_governors scaling_max_freq
    > >> cpuinfo_max_freq scaling_cur_freq scaling_min_freq
    > >> cpuinfo_min_freq scaling_driver scaling_setspeed
    > >> [root@wes2 cpufreq]#

    >
    > > None of the above files exist on my pc.

    >
    > > I am pretty sure that cpufreqd is not running. I am beginning to think
    > > it might be easier to reinstall.

    >
    > May or may not help. I don't recall if cpufreqd is installed by default or
    > not. Open the package manager and search for cpufreq. Make sure that
    > cpufreqd and it's 2 libcpu* packages are installed. Also check that
    > powernow_k8 module is installed and finds your cpu on boot.
    >
    > [root@wes2 wes]# lsmod|grep k8
    > powernow_k8 14336 1
    > freq_table 4512 2 cpufreq_ondemand,powernow_k8
    > processor 25796 2 thermal,powernow_k8
    > k8temp 5120 0
    > [root@wes2 wes]# cat /var/log/syslog|grep k8
    > Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel: powernow-k8: Found 2 AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2
    > Dual Core Processor 3800+ processors (version 2.00.00)
    > Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel: powernow-k8: 0 : fid 0xc (2000 MHz), vid
    > 0xa
    > Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel: powernow-k8: 1 : fid 0xa (1800 MHz), vid
    > 0xc
    > Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel: powernow-k8: 2 : fid 0x2 (1000 MHz), vid
    > 0x12
    > [root@wes2 wes]#
    >
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    Please read all of my posts. I have stated that I did try starting it
    from the control center, and it does not start.No feedback, nothing.

  14. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 14:12:00 -0500, Evil Bastard wrote:

    > I have tried adding that applet. It doesn't add properly, ie; no
    > icon, just a blank bar about 1/16 inch thick.. When I do left click
    > and select preferences, I can change to performance. But again, the
    > applet does not install properly on the panel, and does nothing when I
    > click on it


    The original article stated the problem is cross distribution, so I
    doubt a reinstall would help.

    Time to backtrack a bit, I think. Please post the output of the
    following.

    grep "Kernel command line" /var/log/syslog
    grep CPU0 /var/log/syslog
    grep acpid /var/log/syslog
    cat /etc/modprobe.preload.d/cpufreq
    lsmod | grep freq
    cat /etc/sysconfig/cpufreq
    cat /etc/cpufreqd.conf
    Then run "service cpufreqd restart" and post the output of
    grep cpufreqd /var/log/syslog

    Expect more questions, after these are posted.

    Regards, Dave Hodgins

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  15. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 14:12:00 -0500, Evil Bastard wrote:

    > I have tried adding that applet. It doesn't add properly, ie; no
    > icon, just a blank bar about 1/16 inch thick.. When I do left click
    > and select preferences, I can change to performance. But again, the
    > applet does not install properly on the panel, and does nothing when I
    > click on it


    Did some more digging. As per
    http://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=36050
    try adding
    acpi-cpufreq
    as the first line of /etc/modprobe.preload.d/cpufreq

    Regards, Dave Hodgins

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  16. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 11:12:56 -0800, Evil Bastard wrote:

    > On Jan 8, 1:30 pm, Wes Newell wrote:


    >> May or may not help. I don't recall if cpufreqd is installed by default
    >> or not. Open the package manager and search for cpufreq. Make sure that
    >> cpufreqd and it's 2 libcpu* packages are installed. Also check that
    >> powernow_k8 module is installed and finds your cpu on boot.
    >>
    >> [root@wes2 wes]# lsmod|grep k8
    >> powernow_k8 14336 1
    >> freq_table 4512 2 cpufreq_ondemand,powernow_k8 processor
    >> 25796 2 thermal,powernow_k8 k8temp 5120
    >> 0
    >> [root@wes2 wes]# cat /var/log/syslog|grep k8 Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2
    >> kernel: powernow-k8: Found 2 AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor
    >> 3800+ processors (version 2.00.00) Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel:
    >> powernow-k8: 0 : fid 0xc (2000 MHz), vid 0xa
    >> Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel: powernow-k8: 1 : fid 0xa (1800 MHz),
    >> vid 0xc
    >> Jan 6 17:26:07 wes2 kernel: powernow-k8: 2 : fid 0x2 (1000 MHz),
    >> vid 0x12
    >> [root@wes2 wes]#
    >>

    >
    > Please read all of my posts. I have stated that I did try starting it
    > from the control center, and it does not start.No feedback, nothing.


    The above has nothing to do with cpufreqd. It simply checks to see that
    the powernow_k8 module is installed and that it sees your cpu on powerup
    and configures it correctly. I went back to the very beginning since the
    problem you are having is very strange. If it test good, go into the
    package manager and remove all the cpufreq packages and only reinstall
    cpufred and the 2 libcpu* that will be in the list if you search for
    cpufreq. If that doesn't work you can try another install.

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  17. Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux

    On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 13:05:15 -0500, David W. Hodgins wrote:

    > On Mon, 07 Jan 2008 19:39:21 -0500, Les B. Labbauf
    > wrote:
    >
    >> Do not have kpowersave in my tray, and running gnome, and the
    >> preferences for this are set to performance.

    >
    > Right click on a blank area of the menu bar. Select Add to Panel. Add
    > the applet called "Cpu Frequency Scaling Monitor".
    >
    > Left click on the frequency icon.
    >
    > Note that the Policy has four settings, Conservative, Ondemand,
    > Performance, and powersave.
    >
    > While the policy may be set to Performance, the frequency scaling is
    > probably set to dynamic, aka ondemand. Unlike kpowersave, the gnome
    > frequency scaling monitor does not appear, to have any option to change
    > the cpu frequency, used for a given policy. However, it appears, that
    > if you select the max freq shown as possible, and it should change the
    > frequency. I haven't tested to see if this holds over a reboot. In my
    > case, I've used kpowersave, to change the default for the performance
    > policy, from dynamic, to performance, and it appears that the gnome
    > applet, hasn't altered this.
    >
    > Regards, Dave Hodgins


    I don't use gnome or kde, but for this to work it would appear he would
    need the cpufreq and the cpufrequtil packages installed. I don't know what
    he has installed for sure. When I run kpower dave from CL here I get
    nothing about cpu frequency. Possibly because I don't have the cpufreq or
    cpufrequtils packages installed.

    [wes@wes2 ~]$ kpowersave --help-all
    Usage: kpowersave [Qt-options] [KDE-options] [options]

    KDE Frontend for Power Management, Battery Monitoring and Suspend

    Generic options:
    --help Show help about options
    --help-qt Show Qt specific options
    --help-kde Show KDE specific options
    --help-all Show all options
    --author Show author information
    -v, --version Show version information
    --license Show license information
    -- End of options

    Qt options:
    --display Use the X-server display 'displayname'
    --session Restore the application for the given
    'sessionId'
    --cmap Causes the application to install a private
    color
    map on an 8-bit display
    --ncols Limits the number of colors allocated in the
    color
    cube on an 8-bit display, if the application is
    using the QApplication::ManyColor color
    specification
    --nograb tells Qt to never grab the mouse or the
    keyboard
    --dograb running under a debugger can cause an implicit
    -nograb, use -dograb to override
    --sync switches to synchronous mode for debugging
    --fn, --font defines the application font
    --bg, --background sets the default background color and an
    application palette (light and dark shades are
    calculated)
    --fg, --foreground sets the default foreground color
    --btn, --button sets the default button color
    --name sets the application name
    --title sets the application title (caption)<br /> --visual TrueColor forces the application to use a TrueColor<br /> visual on<br /> an 8-bit display<br /> --inputstyle <inputstyle> sets XIM (X Input Method) input style. Possible<br /> values are onthespot, overthespot, offthespot<br /> and<br /> root<br /> --im <XIM server> set XIM server<br /> --noxim disable XIM<br /> --reverse mirrors the whole layout of widgets<br /> <br /> KDE options:<br /> --caption <caption> Use 'caption' as name in the titlebar<br /> --icon <icon> Use 'icon' as the application icon<br /> --miniicon <icon> Use 'icon' as the icon in the titlebar<br /> --config <filename> Use alternative configuration file<br /> --dcopserver <server> Use the DCOP Server specified by 'server'<br /> --nocrashhandler Disable crash handler, to get core dumps<br /> --waitforwm Waits for a WM_NET compatible windowmanager<br /> --style <style> sets the application GUI style<br /> --geometry <geometry> sets the client geometry of the main widget -<br /> see man X for the argument format<br /> --nofork Don't run in the background.<br /> <br /> Options:<br /> --force-acpi-check Force a new check for ACPI support<br /> <br /> [wes@wes2 ~]$<br /> <br /> <br /> --<br /> Want the ultimate in free OTA SD/HDTV Recorder? <a onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Outgoing', 'mythtv.org', '']);" rel="nofollow" href="http://mythtv.org" target="_blank">http://mythtv.org</a><br /> My Tivo Experience <a onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Outgoing', 'wesnewell.no-ip.com', '/tivo.htm']);" rel="nofollow" href="http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/tivo.htm" target="_blank">http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/tivo.htm</a><br /> Tivo HD/S3 compared <a onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Outgoing', 'wesnewell.no-ip.com', '/mythtivo.htm']);" rel="nofollow" href="http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/mythtivo.htm" target="_blank">http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/mythtivo.htm</a><br /> AMD cpu help <a onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Outgoing', 'wesnewell.no-ip.com', '/cpu.php']);" rel="nofollow" href="http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/cpu.php" target="_blank">http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/cpu.php</a><br /> <!-- google_ad_section_end --> </blockquote> </div> </div> </div> <div class="cleardiv"></div> </div> </div> <div class="postfoot"> <div id="vbseo_vhtml_51"></div> </div> <hr /> </li> <li class="postbitlegacy postbitim postcontainer" id="post_819762"> <div class="posthead"> <div id="vbseo_vhtml_52"></div> </div> <div class="postdetails"> <div class="userinfo"> <div id="vbseo_vhtml_2"></div> </div> <div class="postbody"> <div class="postrow"> <h2 class="title icon"> <!-- google_ad_section_start -->Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux<!-- google_ad_section_end --> </h2> <div class="content"> <div id="post_message_819762"> <blockquote class="postcontent restore "> <!-- google_ad_section_start -->Ok, I just uninstalled cpufreqd and installed cpufreq and cpufrequtils.<br /> This lets you manually select the policies and speeds using the cpufreq-<br /> set command. cpufreq-set -g ondemand lower speed to lowest available<br /> (1000MHz on mine). Starting glxgears brought the speed up to max. cpufreq-<br /> set -g conservative did set the speed to 1800MHz (middle setting), etc.<br /> and I could go back and forth. But don't use userspace with this. Doesn't<br /> do anything unless you change the max frequency. And once you do that and<br /> load another governor, like performance, the speed will not increase until<br /> you go back and change the max speed. cpufreq-info qill give you current<br /> settings.<br /> <br /> I think the problem you may be having is that you have both cpufreq and<br /> cpufreqd installed and both set to run on boot. That just won't work.<br /> Chose one or the other. And while I originally used cpufreq with my own<br /> scripts for a while, ondemand wasn't available then, just performance,<br /> powersave, and userspace.<br /> <br /> Personally I like cpufreqd better since you can't screw it up without<br /> modifying the cpufred.conf. But that's your choice. I also noticed that<br /> conservative didn't change the voltage so you might want to avoid it if<br /> you've been running a prior slower speed.<br /> <br /> Good luck.<br /> <br /> --<br /> Want the ultimate in free OTA SD/HDTV Recorder? <a onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Outgoing', 'mythtv.org', '']);" rel="nofollow" href="http://mythtv.org" target="_blank">http://mythtv.org</a><br /> My Tivo Experience <a onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Outgoing', 'wesnewell.no-ip.com', '/tivo.htm']);" rel="nofollow" href="http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/tivo.htm" target="_blank">http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/tivo.htm</a><br /> Tivo HD/S3 compared <a onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Outgoing', 'wesnewell.no-ip.com', '/mythtivo.htm']);" rel="nofollow" href="http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/mythtivo.htm" target="_blank">http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/mythtivo.htm</a><br /> AMD cpu help <a onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Outgoing', 'wesnewell.no-ip.com', '/cpu.php']);" rel="nofollow" href="http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/cpu.php" target="_blank">http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/cpu.php</a><br /> <!-- google_ad_section_end --> </blockquote> </div> </div> </div> <div class="cleardiv"></div> </div> </div> <div class="postfoot"> <div id="vbseo_vhtml_54"></div> </div> <hr /> </li> <li class="postbitlegacy postbitim postcontainer" id="post_819763"> <div class="posthead"> <div id="vbseo_vhtml_55"></div> </div> <div class="postdetails"> <div class="userinfo"> <div id="vbseo_vhtml_2"></div> </div> <div class="postbody"> <div class="postrow"> <h2 class="title icon"> <!-- google_ad_section_start -->Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux<!-- google_ad_section_end --> </h2> <div class="content"> <div id="post_message_819763"> <blockquote class="postcontent restore "> <!-- google_ad_section_start -->On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 17:01:32 -0500, David W. Hodgins wrote:<br /> <font color="blue"><br /> > On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 14:12:00 -0500, Evil Bastard <evilbastard9@gmail.com> wrote:<br /> ><font color="green"><br /> >> I have tried adding that applet. It doesn't add properly, ie; no<br /> >> icon, just a blank bar about 1/16 inch thick.. When I do left click<br /> >> and select preferences, I can change to performance. But again, the<br /> >> applet does not install properly on the panel, and does nothing when I<br /> >> click on it</font><br /> ><br /> > The original article stated the problem is cross distribution, so I<br /> > doubt a reinstall would help.</font><br /> <br /> Well know that I think about it, when I was running the UBUNTU Live boot<br /> CD, I was looking at the information in /proc/cpuinfo. I am assuming a<br /> live CD would not modify the contents of this file.<br /> <font color="blue"><br /> ><br /> > Time to backtrack a bit, I think. Please post the output of the<br /> > following.<br /> ><br /> > grep "Kernel command line" /var/log/syslog grep CPU0 /var/log/syslog</font><br /> <br /> Jan 1 18:56:56 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 2 05:49:10 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 2 16:53:12 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 3 03:35:29 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 3 09:59:25 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 3 16:31:41 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 3 22:35:31 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 4 05:08:26 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 4 10:25:54 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 4 10:51:16 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 4 19:18:54 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 5 09:45:37 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 6 10:56:27 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 6 15:52:27 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 6 19:47:05 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 7 17:08:01 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 7 19:13:51 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 7 19:23:23 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 7 19:31:12 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 7 19:47:05 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 8 05:29:08 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 8 05:52:50 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> Jan 8 18:13:35 localhost kernel: Kernel command line: root=/dev/hda6 resume=/dev/hda3 splash=silent vga=788<br /> <font color="blue"><br /> > grep acpid /var/log/syslog</font><br /> produced no output<br /> <font color="blue"><br /> > cat /etc/modprobe.preload.d/cpufreq</font><br /> cat: /etc/modprobe.preload.d/cpufreq: No such file or directory<br /> <font color="blue"><br /> > lsmod | grep freq</font><br /> no output<font color="blue"><br /> > cat /etc/sysconfig/cpufreq</font><br /> #uncomment to set cpufreq governor after module load<br /> #possible choices are ondemand powersave userspace performance<br /> #GOVERNOR=ondemand<br /> #minimum frequency<br /> #MIN_FREQ=<br /> #maximum frequency<br /> #MAX_FREQ=<br /> #Uncomment to use acpi-cpufreq as fallback<br /> #USE_ACPI_CPUFREQ=yes<br /> <font color="blue"><br /> > cat /etc/cpufreqd.conf</font><br /> [General]<br /> pidfile=/var/run/cpufreqd.pid<br /> poll_interval=2<br /> verbosity=4<br /> #enable_remote=1<br /> #remote_group=root<br /> [/General]<br /> <br /> [Profile]<br /> name=Performance High<br /> minfreq=2000000<br /> maxfreq=2000000<br /> policy=userspace<br /> [/Profile]<br /> <br /> [Profile]<br /> name=Performance Low<br /> minfreq=1000000<br /> maxfreq=1000000<br /> policy=userspace<br /> [/Profile]<br /> <br /> [Profile]<br /> name=Performance Med<br /> minfreq=1800000<br /> maxfreq=1800000<br /> policy=userspace<br /> [/Profile]<br /> <br /> [Rule]<br /> name=cpulow<br /> cpu_interval=0-10<br /> profile=Performance Low<br /> [/Rule]<br /> <br /> [Rule]<br /> name=cpumed<br /> cpu_interval=11-80<br /> profile=Performance Med<br /> [/Rule]<br /> <br /> [Rule]<br /> name=cpuhigh<br /> cpu_interval=81-100<br /> profile=Performance High<br /> [/Rule]<br /> <br /> # Manual choice for individual programs<br /> <br /> [Rule]<br /> name=high<br /> programs=vlc,ogle,mythcommflag,gcc<br /> cpu_interval=0-100<br /> profile=Performance High<br /> [/Rule]<br /> <br /> [Rule]<br /> name=medium<br /> programs=mythfrontend,kaffeine,k3b,xine,mplayer,av idemux,totem,<br /> cpu_interval=0-100<br /> profile=Performance Med<br /> [/Rule]<br /> <font color="blue"><br /> > Then run "service cpufreqd restart" and post the output of grep cpufreqd<br /> > /var/log/syslog</font><br /> <br /> Jan 6 20:28:26 localhost drakxservices[5560]: GP_LANG="UTF-8" service cpufreqd restart<br /> Jan 6 20:32:09 localhost drakxservices[5560]: GP_LANG="UTF-8" service cpufreqd restart<br /> Jan 6 20:34:19 localhost drakxservices[5560]: running: chkconfig --del cpufreqd<br /> Jan 7 19:18:17 localhost drakxservices[4420]: GP_LANG="UTF-8" service cpufreqd restart<br /> Jan 7 19:18:23 localhost drakxservices[4420]: GP_LANG="UTF-8" service cpufreqd restart<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: pmu_init : /proc/pmu/info: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: apm_init : /proc/apm: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: sensors_post_conf : no sensors.conf found, sensors disabled!<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin sensors_plugin, removing<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: nforce2_post_conf : Unconfigured, exiting.<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin nforce2_atxp1, removing<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:02 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 7 19:19:24 localhost drakxservices[4625]: GP_LANG="UTF-8" service cpufreqd restart<br /> Jan 7 19:19:29 localhost drakxservices[4625]: GP_LANG="UTF-8" service cpufreqd restart<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: pmu_init : /proc/pmu/info: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: apm_init : /proc/apm: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: sensors_post_conf : no sensors.conf found, sensors disabled!<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin sensors_plugin, removing<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: nforce2_post_conf : Unconfigured, exiting.<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin nforce2_atxp1, removing<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: write_cpufreqd_pid : the daemon is already running.<br /> Jan 7 19:19:55 localhost cpufreqd: main : Unable to write pid file: /var/run/cpufreqd.pid<br /> Jan 7 19:22:07 localhost cpufreqd: event_wait : Error polling ACPI Event handler (0x0011).<br /> Jan 7 19:22:08 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_ac_update : /proc/acpi/ac_adapter/ACAD/state: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 19:22:08 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "On Demand High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 7 19:29:13 localhost drakxservices[4701]: GP_LANG="UTF-8" service cpufreqd restart<br /> Jan 7 19:29:31 localhost drakxservices[4736]: running: chkconfig --add cpufreqd<br /> Jan 7 19:34:12 localhost drakxservices[4391]: GP_LANG="UTF-8" service cpufreqd restart<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: pmu_init : /proc/pmu/info: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: apm_init : /proc/apm: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: sensors_post_conf : no sensors.conf found, sensors disabled!<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin sensors_plugin, removing<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: nforce2_post_conf : Unconfigured, exiting.<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin nforce2_atxp1, removing<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 7 19:34:39 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 7 19:45:47 localhost cpufreqd: event_wait : Error polling ACPI Event handler (0x0011).<br /> Jan 7 19:45:47 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_ac_update : /proc/acpi/ac_adapter/ACAD/state: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 19:45:47 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "On Demand High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 7 19:45:49 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_ac_update : /proc/acpi/ac_adapter/ACAD/state: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 19:45:49 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_temperature_update : /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/temperature: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 19:45:49 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_temperature_update : ATZ path /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/ disappeared? send SIGHUP to re-read Temp zones<br /> Jan 7 19:50:11 localhost drakxservices[4661]: GP_LANG="UTF-8" service cpufreqd restart<br /> Jan 7 21:38:33 localhost cpufreqd: pmu_init : /proc/pmu/info: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 21:38:33 localhost cpufreqd: apm_init : /proc/apm: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: sensors_post_conf : no sensors.conf found, sensors disabled!<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin sensors_plugin, removing<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: nforce2_post_conf : Unconfigured, exiting.<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin nforce2_atxp1, removing<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 7 21:38:34 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 7 23:11:26 localhost cpufreqd: event_wait : Error polling ACPI Event handler (0x0011).<br /> Jan 7 23:11:30 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_ac_update : /proc/acpi/ac_adapter/ACAD/state: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 23:11:30 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_temperature_update : /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/temperature: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 7 23:11:30 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_temperature_update : ATZ path /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/ disappeared? send SIGHUP to re-read Temp zones<br /> Jan 7 23:11:30 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "On Demand High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: pmu_init : /proc/pmu/info: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: apm_init : /proc/apm: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: sensors_post_conf : no sensors.conf found, sensors disabled!<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin sensors_plugin, removing<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: nforce2_post_conf : Unconfigured, exiting.<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin nforce2_atxp1, removing<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:40:55 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: pmu_init : /proc/pmu/info: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: apm_init : /proc/apm: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: sensors_post_conf : no sensors.conf found, sensors disabled!<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin sensors_plugin, removing<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: nforce2_post_conf : Unconfigured, exiting.<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin nforce2_atxp1, removing<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand High".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "On Demand Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave High".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to calculate absolute values for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Powersave Low".<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: write_cpufreqd_pid : the daemon is already running.<br /> Jan 8 05:42:17 localhost cpufreqd: main : Unable to write pid file: /var/run/cpufreqd.pid<br /> Jan 8 05:51:33 localhost cpufreqd: event_wait : Error polling ACPI Event handler (0x0011).<br /> Jan 8 05:51:35 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_ac_update : /proc/acpi/ac_adapter/ACAD/state: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 8 05:51:35 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_temperature_update : /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/temperature: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 8 05:51:35 localhost cpufreqd: acpi_temperature_update : ATZ path /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/ disappeared? send SIGHUP to re-read Temp zones<br /> Jan 8 05:51:35 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "On Demand High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 8 20:39:30 localhost cpufreqd: pmu_init : /proc/pmu/info: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 8 20:39:30 localhost cpufreqd: apm_init : /proc/apm: No such file or directory<br /> Jan 8 20:39:30 localhost cpufreqd: sensors_post_conf : no sensors.conf found, sensors disabled!<br /> Jan 8 20:39:30 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin sensors_plugin, removing<br /> Jan 8 20:39:30 localhost cpufreqd: nforce2_post_conf : Unconfigured, exiting.<br /> Jan 8 20:39:30 localhost cpufreqd: plugins_post_conf : Unable to configure plugin nforce2_atxp1, removing<br /> Jan 8 20:39:30 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance High".<br /> Jan 8 20:39:30 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance Low".<br /> Jan 8 20:39:30 localhost cpufreqd: parse_config_profile : Unable to normalize frequencies for profile "Performance Med".<br /> Jan 8 20:39:30 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance Med" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 8 20:39:32 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 8 20:39:34 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance Med" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 8 20:39:36 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 8 20:40:22 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance Med" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 8 20:40:26 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance High" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 8 20:40:28 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance Med" set for cpu0<br /> Jan 8 20:40:32 localhost cpufreqd: cpufreqd_set_profile : Couldn't set profile "Performance High" set for cpu0<br /> <font color="blue"><br /> ><br /> > Expect more questions, after these are posted.<br /> ><br /> > Regards, Dave Hodgins<br /> ></font><br /> <br /> Thanks for the assistance.<br /> <!-- google_ad_section_end --> </blockquote> </div> </div> </div> <div class="cleardiv"></div> </div> </div> <div class="postfoot"> <div id="vbseo_vhtml_57"></div> </div> <hr /> </li> <li class="postbitlegacy postbitim postcontainer" id="post_819766"> <div class="posthead"> <div id="vbseo_vhtml_58"></div> </div> <div class="postdetails"> <div class="userinfo"> <div id="vbseo_vhtml_2"></div> </div> <div class="postbody"> <div class="postrow"> <h2 class="title icon"> <!-- google_ad_section_start -->Re: CPU Speed Half In Linux<!-- google_ad_section_end --> </h2> <div class="content"> <div id="post_message_819766"> <blockquote class="postcontent restore "> <!-- google_ad_section_start -->On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 17:36:57 -0500, David W. Hodgins wrote:<br /> <font color="blue"><br /> > On Tue, 08 Jan 2008 14:12:00 -0500, Evil Bastard <evilbastard9@gmail.com> wrote:<br /> ><font color="green"><br /> >> I have tried adding that applet. It doesn't add properly, ie; no<br /> >> icon, just a blank bar about 1/16 inch thick.. When I do left click<br /> >> and select preferences, I can change to performance. But again, the<br /> >> applet does not install properly on the panel, and does nothing when I<br /> >> click on it</font><br /> ><br /> > Did some more digging. As per<br /> > <a onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Outgoing', 'qa.mandriva.com', '/show_bug.cgi?id=36050']);" rel="nofollow" href="http://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=36050" target="_blank">http://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=36050</a><br /> > try adding<br /> > acpi-cpufreq<br /> > as the first line of /etc/modprobe.preload.d/cpufreq<br /> ><br /> > Regards, Dave Hodgins<br /> ></font><br /> <br /> That file doesn't exist, should it be created?<br /> <!-- google_ad_section_end --> </blockquote> </div> </div> </div> <div class="cleardiv"></div> </div> </div> <div class="postfoot"> <div id="vbseo_vhtml_60"></div> </div> <hr /> </li> </ol> <div class="separator"></div> <div class="postlistfoot"> </div> </div> <div id="below_postlist" class="noinlinemod below_postlist"> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://fixunix.com/newreply.php?p=819766&noquote=1" class="newcontent_textcontrol" id="newreplylink_bottom" ><span>+</span> Reply to Thread</a> <div id="pagination_bottom" class="pagination_bottom"> <form action="http://fixunix.com/mandriva/323374-cpu-speed-half-linux-2.html" method="get" class="pagination popupmenu nohovermenu"> <input type="hidden" name="t" value="323374" /><input type="hidden" name="s" value="02a38890a01fa90459a19b9abbe5da10" /> <span><a href="javascript://" class="popupctrl">Page 1 of 2</a></span> <span class="selected"><a href="javascript://" title="Results 1 to 20 of 26">1</a></span> <span><a href="http://fixunix.com/mandriva/323374-cpu-speed-half-linux-2.html" title="Show results 21 to 26 of 26">2</a></span> <span class="prev_next"><a rel="next" href="http://fixunix.com/mandriva/323374-cpu-speed-half-linux-2.html" title="Next Page - Results 21 to 26 of 26"><img src="http://fixunix.com/images/pagination/next-right.png" alt="Next" /></a></span> <span class="first_last"><a href="http://fixunix.com/mandriva/323374-cpu-speed-half-linux-2.html" title="Last Page - Results 21 to 26 of 26">Last<img src="http://fixunix.com/images/pagination/last-right.png" alt="Last" /></a></span> <ul class="popupbody popuphover"> <li class="formsubmit jumptopage"><label>Jump to page: <input type="text" name="page" size="4" /></label> <input type="submit" class="button" value="Go" /></li> </ul> </form> </div> </div> <div class="navlinks"> <strong>«</strong> <a href="http://fixunix.com/mandriva/323377-bash-script-error.html" >Bash script error</a> | <a href="http://fixunix.com/mandriva/323390-control-kit-daemon.html" >control-kit-daemon</a> <strong>»</strong> </div> <div id="thread_info" class="thread_info block"> </div> <div id="ad_global_above_footer"> <div align="center"> <script type='text/javascript'> GA_googleFillSlot("FixUnix-Bottom"); </script> </div> </div> <div id="footer" class="floatcontainer footer"> <form action="http://fixunix.com/forum.php" method="get" id="footer_select" class="footer_select"> </form> <ul id="footer_links" class="footer_links"> <li><a href="mailto:webmaster@fixunix.com" rel="nofollow" accesskey="9">Contact Us</a></li> <li><a rel="nofollow" href="http://fixunix.com/">Unix Linux Forum</a></li> <li><a rel="nofollow" href="http://fixunix.com/privacy_policy.php">Privacy Statement</a></li> <li><a rel="nofollow" href="http://fixunix.com/mandriva/323374-cpu-speed-half-linux.html#top" onclick="document.location.hash='top'; return false;">Top</a></li> </ul> <script type="text/javascript"> <!-- // Main vBulletin Javascript Initialization vBulletin_init(); //--> </script> </div> </div> <div class="below_body"> <div id="footer_time" class="shade footer_time">All times are GMT. 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