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    Default Nailing Down The Linux Kernel Power Regressions

    Phoronix: Nailing Down The Linux Kernel Power Regressions

    For those that missed it, now that I've been back in the office for a few weeks and caught up on the other benchmarks and articles for May and beginning the work for June, I'm back to looking into the Linux kernel power regressions reported more than a month ago -- i.e. Linux Has Major Power Regression and Another Major Linux Power Regression Spotted...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=OTUxMw

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    well done !

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    I thought this was traced back a while ago?

    Have you tried creating a cut down bare bones kernel? This should make life much easier and quicker for bisecting over a large number of versions. Of course you'd need to check the problem still exists first in the cut down kernel

    If you need help with this Michael please give me a shout

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    Good to see it's not forgotten. Please keep up the good work!

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    Maybe IBM, Google, Oracle and co could be interested in supporting you? ; )
    Splendid work!

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    are you using ccache or distcc.

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