Linux 5.9 Adding New Knob To Control Default Boost Value For Real-Time Workloads

Primarily driven currently by Arm big.LITTLE use-cases like high-end smartphones where you may be running on battery and not want to boost the CPU performance too high for real-time (RT) tasks, Linux 5.9 is adding new capabilities around setting the default boost value…

Source: Phoronix – Linux 5.9 Adding New Knob To Control Default Boost Value For Real-Time Workloads

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