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Re: [Xen-users] Does Xen's Dom0 hypervisor based cpufreq support 'schedutil' governor?

> xenpm set-scaling-governor command is used to set what governor Xen uses when 
> cpufreq=xen

Right, and that's what I've set

But here


the picture seems to suggest that Hypervisor based cpufreq 'builds' on top of 
the Dom0's "registered cpufreq governor"

and it says

        Xen currently has four governors:
                ondemand: choose the best frequency which best fit the
                userspace: choose the frequency that specified by user.
                performance: select the highest frequency
                powersave: select the lowest frequency

which are the same as the usual kernel governors.

Or are they just NAMED the same, but are different implementations, unique to 
Xen?  If that's the case, is there a 'schedutil' equivalent? or one that's 

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