[talk] apmd issue last night

George Rosamond george at ceetonetechnology.com
Thu Feb 12 16:41:39 EST 2015

Brett Mahar:
> | | If you look at OpenBSD apmd(8), you won't see -C listed.  It was 
> | deprecated at some point IIRC.  The correct flag to have in |
> /etc/rc.conf.local is: | | apmd_flags="-A" | | This will autoadjust
> the sysctl knob hw.setperf depending on how the | laptop is powered. 
> |
> In current, you can now set hw.setperf (via sysctl or
> /etc/sysctl.conf) to -1. This will run your computer at hw.setperf=0,
> and raise it to 100 when the machine is under load. This is better
> than using apmd in many cases.


But then you still need apmd running, right?  With any flags?


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