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Old 11-12-2019, 03:22 PM   #8
Jack Winter
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I don't know what cpu you have..

But since I use Intel I use it's pstate driver and don't bother about the governor (default). But I do check the use /proc/cpu_dma_latency in reaper. If you have /proc/cpu_dma_latency in you filesystem you can enable that option, which tells the cpu to stop going into deeper power saving states. Installing the realtime-privileges package and adding your user to the realtime group should give you access to that, and also allow you to use realtime and memlock privs.
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