Re: [PATCH][2.6] throttle P4 thermal warnings
From: Zwane Mwaikambo
Date: Sun May 09 2004 - 19:47:15 EST
On Thu, 6 May 2004, Pavel Machek wrote:
> > In really bad conditions this can keep printing for a while, throttle the
> > output somewhat. Also change the "CPU%d" formatting to better match the
> > other boot output.
> Hmm, is it possible that you see "temperature above treshold", but
> then you throttle it so you never see "temperature normal" message?
> That would be pretty bad...
Well i went for the avoid overwhelming the user with messages option and
wanted as little code as possible, this isn't really supposed to be that
smart, more of a "Warning, things may go pear shaped fairly soon"
> Also please consider putting Temperature above threshold and running
> in modulated clock mode on single line.
Ok i'll work your requests into a patch, there are some other changes i
have queued for later too.
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