Chuck Swiger wrote:
Thanks for the ideas Chuck. I lowered kern.hz to 100 as you suggested
(does this affect the kernel's ability to track time in milliseconds?
ie. if I want to run a benchmark using the 'time' utility?). And the
output of the two sysctl queries is posted here:
On Jan 27, 2009, at 3:19 PM, Shawn Badger wrote:
I'm somewhat of a minimalist and don't use X11. I've disabled the
bluetooth adapter, but frequently use my wireless adapter (intel
pro/2200bg). Does anyone have any suggestions that could potentially
extend my battery life?
Have you tried reducing HZ to 100 (put kern.hz="100" in
/boot/loader.conf and reboot)?
Are you running powerd? Look into "sysctl hw.acpi" and "sysctl
I'm not very familiar with acpi, so if you see anything that could be
optimized, I'd appreciate the feedback.
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