Re: [patch 1/1] cpufreq_conservative/ondemand: invert meaning of'ignore nice'
From: Stefan Seyfried
Date: Fri Nov 18 2005 - 07:17:36 EST
Con Kolivas wrote:
> On Fri, 11 Nov 2005 02:11, Alexander Clouter wrote:
>> The use of the 'ignore_nice' sysfs file is confusing to anyone using it.
>> This removes the sysfs file 'ignore_nice' and in its place creates a
>> 'ignore_nice_load' entry which defaults to '1'; meaning nice'd processes
>> are not counted towards the 'business' caclulation.
> And just for the last time I'll argue that the default should be 0. I have yet
> to discuss this with any laptop user who thinks that 1 is the correct default
> for ondemand.
i think that 1 is the correct default for ondemand.
And i know that discussion is fruitless - everybody has its own
preference, i prefer battery runtime before almost everything else :-)
Stefan Seyfried \ "I didn't want to write for pay. I
QA / R&D Team Mobile Devices \ wanted to be paid for what I write."
SUSE LINUX Products GmbH, Nürnberg \ -- Leonard Cohen
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