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SubjectRe: [PATCH v6 49/52] PM / devfreq: tegra20: Convert to EMC_STAT driver, support interconnect and device-tree
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01.11.2020 17:12, Dmitry Osipenko пишет:
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> We will probably move the Tegra20 EMC_STAT devfreq driver into the
> memory driver and remove the older IMC_STAT driver in v7, like it was
> suggested by Thierry Reding. This will be a much less invasive code change.
>
>> Also, if you want to get more responsiveness, you could use delayed timer
>> instead of deferrable timer by editing the devfreq_dev_profile structure.
>
> Thanks, I'll try the deferrable timer.

I took a brief look at the delayed timer and I think the deferrable
timer should be more a preferred option because this devfreq drive is
more an assistance for the optimal bandwidth selection and it will be
more preferred to keep system idling whenever possible.

My primary concern is the initial performance lag in a case of
multimedia applications. But this will be resolved by hooking up
performance voting to all drivers, once we will get around to it.

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