ACPI PROCESSOR AGGREGATOR DRIVER DETAILS:
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ACPI PROCESSOR AGGREGATOR DRIVER
ACPI Processor Aggregator Driver (acpipagr) Service Defaults in Windows 10
C0 is the operating state. C1 often known as Halt is a state where the processor is not executing instructions, but can return to an executing state essentially instantaneously.
All ACPI-conformant processors must support this power state. This processor state is optional. C3 often known as Sleep is a state where the processor does not need to keep its cache coherentbut maintains other state.
Additional states are defined by manufacturers for some processors. For example, Intel 's Haswell platform has states up to C10, where it distinguishes core states and package states.
These states are implementation-dependent. But that almost certainly requires the intervention of a real scheduler hacker, and they haven't yet gotten around to solving the problem. So the ACPI "driver" is in the ACPI Processor Aggregator for now.
And it may stay that way; Linus said: In fact, the only reason the scheduler people even know about it is that Len at first tried to do something more invasive, and was shot down. Not ACPI Processor Aggregator driver.
Advanced Configuration and Power Interface - Wikipedia
In the meantime, I personally suspect we probably never want to even try to solve it in the scheduler, because why the hell should we care and add complex logic for something like that" on the Microsoft Connect website.
ACPI thermal zones A thermal zone is ACPI Processor Aggregator to include child objects that do the following: Identify the devices that are contained in the thermal zone: ACPI Processor Aggregator thermal thresholds at which actions must be taken: Describe the thermal zone's passive cooling behavior: Report the thermal zone's temperature: Optionally, receive notifications of additional temperature threshold crossings:The ACPI processor aggregator driver. [Posted October 7, by corbet]. Patches merged into the mainline carry a number of tags to indicate who wrote them.
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