>>> "Liu, Jinsong" <jinsong.liu@xxxxxxxxx> 22.12.08 10:40 >>>
>Jan Beulich wrote:
>>>>> "Liu, Jinsong" <jinsong.liu@xxxxxxxxx> 20.12.08 14:37 >>>
>>> Revert Jan's patch (c/s 18879) since now it can be achieved by
>>> xenpm tool now.
>> Please don't, and rather (as Keir suggested) add an option to also
>> select the initial governor on the command line. While the xenpm tool
>> is nice, older distro-s won't run it by default, and having to fiddle
>> with the system startup scripts or running it manually (which
>> wouldn't necessarily work if you don't do a full install of the Xen
>> tool - e.g. to keep the distro's tools intact) isn't really desirable
>> in certain cases.
>It's good for old distro-s user to use cmdline to set parameter, but I have
>some concern, since in fact cpufreq have 5 governors, with ~20 status
>parameters and ~10 control parameters. If we add option at grub
>cmdline to select initial governor, and add further options to set control
>parameters, it may make confuse for user, especially considered that
>some of the control parameters are governor-dependent (i.e. in c/s
>18879, the control para 'sample rate' and 'upthreshold' can only be used
>for ondemand or conservative governor). User may confuse what the
Which is why they are being parsed in the ondemand governor's source
>default governor is, and what control parameters can be used at grub
>cmdline for that governor.
Anything not applicable would be ignored. I don't think there's much
confusion associated with this.
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