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  1. Thanks ! Not 100% sure about this but i guess boost frequency is managed by intel_pstate, which seems to be enabled in the kernel, but the default cpu frequency driver is set to cpu_freq. I did not succeed to make it work on my rig. I've tried intel_pstate=enable in the grub cmd_line, but no luck. I've also tried to load a compiled module, and it don't load. I guess some guys here have proven it's actually working, while benchmarking the NAS with turbo boost enabled or disabled in bios (they use geekbench in a docker container I guess).
  2. Long answer : Your CPU don not have only 3 modes, synology kernel for DS918+ provides only three cpufreq governors : powersave > set the cpu to its minimal freq performance > set the cpu to its maximal freq userspace > allow you to specify the desired frequency. This script use this governor to modulate the frequency according to system load (that's basically whats explained in the README). Short answer : no need to "modify some text", just RTFM
  3. Installation in rc.d will not work since this script do not provide start and stop args. As @Olegin spotted you can launch it form the task manager, that's the way i use it. Installation example (from your nas cli) : sudo curl -o /usr/local/bin/ && sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/ Then run it through a startup triggered task, as root, in your DSM, with the following command : /usr/local/bin/ & or with parameters : lowload=100 highload=200 scalingmaxfreq=2000000 scalingminfreq=1500000 /usr/local/bin/ &
  4. This could maybe help you guys :
  5. I guess some off you could be intersted in this :
  6. Hi, Since I was not yet able to build a working cpufreq_ondemand.ko to allow automatic frequency scaling for JUN's loader 1.04b (DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 2), i've written this script to allow dynamic CPU frequency scaling. It's hosted here : # cpufreq-userspace-scaler ##### Cpu frequency scaling script for cpufreq userspace governor ## If you're missing ondemand or conservative governors, this script is for you. This script is scaling cpu frequency according to current average load. You can set 3 frequency steps : low, mid, high. This 3 thresholds will automatically set cpu frequency accordingly : - the `lowload` threshold will set the cpu to his minimal frequency, unless you force it to `scalingminfreq` - the `midload` threshold will set the cpu to approximate mid range cpu frequency - the `highload` threshold will set the cpu to his maximal frequency, unless you force it to `scalingmaxfreq` If you set `scalingmaxfreq` and/or `scalingminfreq` the cpu will never override those values. ### Usage : ### Parameters : Variable name | Default | Type | Comments ----------------|---------|-----------------------------|----------- lowload | 050 | integer between 000 and 999 | 050 = load average : 0.50 midload | 065 | integer between 000 and 999 | 065 = load average : 0.65 highload | 085 | integer between 000 and 999 | 085 = load average : 0.85 scalingminfreq | auto | integer in hertz | 800000 = 800 Mhz scalingmaxfreq | auto | integer in hertz | 2500000 = 2,5 Ghz ### Default commande line : `./ &` ### Custom command line example : `lowload=100 highload=200 scalingmaxfreq=2000000 scalingminfreq=1500000 ./ &` Enjoy.
  7. PS Gnoboot et la version alpha de Nanoboot
  8. Salut, - il me semble qu'il y a un bootloader compatible ici: - Il n'y a pas de support à proprement parlé, peut être un peu sur xpenology... mais communautaire rien de plus. - Sur le forum et c'est tout il me semble - Oui il ya de l'open source, mais pas vraiment a jour, du coté Xpenology et Gno/Nanoboot : Synology c'est la (compiler et sources) Xpenology c'est la (repo) et wiki Gno/Nanoboot c'est la (repo) et wiki Pour ce qui est des maj, oui avec nanoboot on peut faire les mise à jour, moyennant une ligne de commande. Pour ce qui est des mises à niveau il faut avoir un bootloader à jours pour pouvoir installer le nouveau "firmware". A+