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

On Tue, Aug 23, 2016, at 12:30 PM, Austin S. Hemmelgarn wrote:
> check /sys/devices/system/cpu in Domain-0, you can see if Domain-0 has any 
> cpufreq drivers loaded based on whether or not there's a sub-directory 
> there called cpufreq.  Essentially, if you don't see that directory on a 
> Xen system, Xen is handling the CPU frequency scaling.  This doesn't of 
> course have anything to do with xenpm (that just talks straight to Xen 
> via /dev (/dev/xen/privcmd IIRC)), but it will tell you whether the 
> Domain-0 kernel is involved or not.

There's nothing here

find /sys/devices/system/cpu | grep cpufreq

which just verifies I guess there's no Dom0 involved

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