The Linux Plumbers 2016 thermal track focuses on finding solutions for kernel and userland changes for standardized thermal management in Linux systems.

Key Attendees (Tentative)

  • Eduardo Valentin
  • Rui Zhang (Intel)
  • Srinivas Pandruvada (Intel)
  • Javi Merino

Proposed Topics (Tentative)

  • Sensor API:
    • Current sensor feature support: what is really in use.
    • interaction with other subsystems: IIO and hwmon, path to consolidation
  • Userspace governors:
    • What is currently existing
    • What feature are controlled by userspace governors
  • Effective userspace notification mechanism
    • Existing mechanism for notification
    • GAPs in notification needed to be covered
    • Policy configuration and interaction with userspace
  • Cooling devices
    • Userspace listeners for cooling device state transition
    • Userspace cooling devices


Discussion notes

This is a good place to record notes from your session. All too often, if notes were not written down, the session might as well not have happened.


Runner: Eduardo Valentin

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