ACPI summary available
nate at root.org
Thu Jul 12 21:10:00 UTC 2007
Kevin Oberman wrote:
> Thanks to a note on /., I found what looks to be a very nice summary of
> ACPI and its myriad of states (C, D, G, S, and P). While it does not go
> into ASL, the ACPI tables, or things of that sort, it is probably a
> good starting place for those interested in just what ACPI is all about.
> It filled in some gaps (especially about D and lower C states) for me.
> One small request...I am far from an ACPI expert and there may be
> serious flaws in the article that I am unaware of. If so, please let me
> know so I don't recommend it more widely. IF it looks good, I plan to
> post a message about it to mobile at .
It's ok. It doesn't include much real knowledge such as the fact that
S2 has seldom been observed on a real system. It includes very
processor-rev specific stuff such as which P states are supported on
which CPUs. The diagram leaves out the embedded controller completely.
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