If I run a process in niceness rules for cpu usage
does not trig...
is there any way to fix it?
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Did you try changing the nice'd processes weight?
Default is nice'd processes count as 1/3 that is
you can change it to
to have them count for their full cpu usage.
See cpufreqd.conf(5) for a detailed explanation.
If it still doesn't work would you please provide your
configuration file (or even a simple use case if you can).
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I think this is a issue with the kernel governors. The
performance govenor will not increase the cpu frequency if
only niced processes are running as far as i can see.
The performance governor is a _static_ governor, it simply
uses the highest limit set.
Maybe you mean the ondemand and/or conservative governors,
they have a separate setting for ignore/unignore nice'd
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| Maybe you mean the ondemand and/or conservative governors,
| they have a separate setting for ignore/unignore nice'd
Changes to governor parameters like 'ignore_nice' are lost
when cpufreqd switches to another profile. I've made a
plugin that allows setting these parameters in
profile-sections of the cpufreqd.conf file.
This way the parameters like ignore_nice' become pesistent.
They can even be set differently in different profiles.
The plugin is available from the pathes page. It works for
me. Hope other people have a use for it.
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