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Re: Fedora 64-bit running much slower



Jason,

Thanks for the advice, but when I logged on to try it, it was running at normal speeds once again! I don't why it was so slow... I tried many times to re-boot, and it always ran much slower! After a goodnight's rest, it is back to normal speed! Very strange!

Thanks,
John

----- Original Message ----- From: "Jason L Tibbitts III" <tibbs math uh edu>
To: "For users of Fedora Core releases" <fedora-list redhat com>
Sent: Monday, October 02, 2006 12:13 AM
Subject: Re: Fedora 64-bit running much slower


"JT" == John Trager <JTrager Carolina rr com> writes:

JT> It's like the CPU is running at 240Mhz, instead 2400Mhz!  Doesn't
JT> anyone of any idea what maybe going on?

cpuspeed, perhaps?  If your processor is capable of frequency scaling,
cpuspeed will adjust the speed based on load.

cat /proc/cpuinfo, note the speeds, then do "service cpuspeed stop"
and see if the speeds change.

- J<

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