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Re: cpufreq doesn't work

Yeap that works, I'm not able to send the information right now about
the version, but I'm pretty sure, I have an Opteron ??? on an Asus

On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 9:13 AM, Tom Vier <nester@gmail.com> wrote:
> cpufreq won't work on any K8 cpu that I have. I've tested multiple machines
> (details below). I used modprobe to load cpufreq_ondemand, cpufreq_stats,
> and freq_table, but there's no /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu?/cpufreq/ dir.
> Here are the machines I've tested:
> single dual-core opteron 175, msi mobo, debian 5.0, amd64 kernel/userspace
> dual single-core opteron 252, tyan mobo, debian 4.0, amd64 kernel/user
> single single-core opteron 242, tyan mobo. debian 4.0, i686 kernel/user
> single single-core athlon64 3200+, msi mobo, debian 5.0, i686 kernel/user
> All are running the debian kernel, either 2.6.18 or 2.6.26. They all have
> "power management: ts fid vid ttp" in /proc/cpuinfo, except for the opteron
> 242 which might not support freq scaling, but all the others do.
> Does anyone actually have cpufreq working?
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