On Fri, 13 May 2011 17:19:23 +0200
Hans Rosenfeld<hans.rosenfeld@xxxxxxx> wrote:
rdmsr 0xc0010140 gives 2Could you send me the contents of MSRs 0xc0010140, 0xc0010141 and
Knowing whether any C state above C1 is declared could be useful too.
This means that E400 is known ...
rdmsr 0xc0010141 gives 0
... and no workaround is necessary ...
rdmsr 0xc0010055 gives 0
... because C1E is not enabled.
And ARAT is definitely set where it wasn't before these updates.
I don't see how that could possibly make a difference if C1E is not even
enabled. This is all very strange.
Looking at commit e20a2d205c05cef6b5783df339a7d54adeb50962 ("x86, AMD: Fix
APIC timer erratum 400 affecting K8 Rev.A-E processors") I see that it
extended the E400 workaround to cover a whole range of processors that
have never supported C1E. Isn't this just more of the same problem, only
happening with processors that support C1E but have it disabled?
They are using C3 for idle states, I can confirm that now.