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Re: Turning fan on in Pismo

On Tue, May 11, 2004 at 04:23:21PM +0200, Michael Schmitz wrote:
> > > by /proc/cpuinfo; the TAU isn't calibrated so the actual temperature might
> > > be a bit higher). The instability started after adding a second RAM
> > > module; it's more severe with 2.6 and the 1000 Hz scheduling timer there.
> > I added a second RAM module about 2 years ago and have been running
> > 2.6 for about 3 month. The current problems are about as old as the
> > switch to 2.6. Replacing the RAM required to remove the head
> Try changing HZ back to 100 and see if the instability goes away.
Is include/asm-ppc/param.h the right place to do it?

> > pipe and to put it back on. Could it be that this has bad influence
> > on heat dissipation?
> I doubt it. I'll try to measure the temperature on the heat pipe
> separately, though. If the temperatures differ by too much the thermal pad
> between processor and heat pipe assembly might have been damaged.
Ok, I thought that even removing the hide pipe may causes trouble,
because it didn't come off easily though there is has not been
any visible damage. 

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