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SubjectRe: [PATCH V3 3/9] cpufreq: Cap the default transition delay value to 10 ms
On 28-07-17, 10:58, Viresh Kumar wrote:
> At this point I really feel that this is a hardware specific problem
> and it was working by chance until now. And I am not sure if we
> shouldn't be stopping this patch from getting merged just because of
> that.
> At least you can teach your distribution to go increase the sampling
> rate from userspace to make it all work.

Its been 3 weeks since my last email on this thread and no reply yet
from any of the IMX maintainers. Can someone please help here ?

@Shawn: Can you help debugging a bit here, to see what's get screwed
up due to this commit ? Its just that your platform isn't able to
change freq at 10 ms rate.

@Rafael: I am not sure, but should we be stopping this patch because
some hardware isn't able to change freq at 10ms interval and is just
faking the transition delay to start with ?

Maybe we get this merged again and the IMX guys can figure out what's
wrong on their platform and how to fix it ?


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