Questions about next PREVIEW
dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Fri Jul 29 09:40:17 PDT 2005
:On Thu, Jul 28, 2005 at 09:20:34PM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
:: Going to 64 bit inodes is a necessary change. I would have liked to have
:And this won't require newfs-ing anything?
No. UFS still uses 32 bit inodes.
:Question: you've done some work with the timers, I noticed. My laptop is
:behaving much better than before, but I've noticed that at times under heavy
:load the whole system will accelerate. The clock speeds up, keyboard repeat
:rate is through the roof, and so on. And I get those diagnostic messages that
:the BIOS has messed with the timer and it has been reset.
:Is there something I can do in my kernel config to fix this, since your recent
I don't know what the problem. Your system is probably using the ACPI
timer now which isn't supposed to change frequency when the system goes
into a lower or higher power mode, but from reading the FreeBSD lists
I think there's a good chance that it might be.
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