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pzanoni

This is the third part of the documentation for the Runtime Power Management (RPM) subsystem of the Intel Linux Kernel Graphics Driver, also known as i915.ko. In this part I will explain the power management interactions between the graphics device and the rest of the system.

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pzanoni

Welcome to the second part of the Runtime PM (RPM) documentation.

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pzanoni

Since more than a year ago the Intel Linux Graphics team has been working on the Runtime Power Management (RPM) implementation for our Kernel driver, i915.ko.

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ben

I’ve had this post sitting in my drafts for the last 7 months. The code is stale, but the concepts are correct. I had intended to add some pictures before posting, but it’s clear that won’t happen now.

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