[Frugalware-bugs] [FBTS] #4030: cpuspeed: rc script bug on SMP systems

Frugalware noreply at frugalware.org
Wed Nov 11 22:44:56 CET 2009


A new Flyspray task has been opened.  Details are below. 

User who did this - Gabor Locsei (LGee) 

Attached to Project - Frugalware
Summary - cpuspeed: rc script bug on SMP systems
Task Type - Bug Report
Category - Applications
Status - New
Assigned To - 
Operating System - x86_64
Severity - Low
Priority - Normal
Reported Version - -current
Due in Version - Undecided
Due Date - Undecided
Details - Hello,

the rc script starts cpuspeed daemon just fine, but neither status nor stop does work on my dual core system. For example, if you have two cores, there will be two processes (cpuspeed#0 cpuspeed#1) and pidof/killall will not work.

I tried to fix this, but I found that if you try to start the daemon manually with cpuspeed -d when the system is already up, both processes will be named cpuspeed and status/stop starts to work...

I just wanted to inform you about the problem, I'm not using it atm (loading acpi_cpufreq is enough), but I'm willing to test any patch when available...

best regards 

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