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CONFIG_X86_AMD_PSTATE_UT: selftest for AMD Processor P-State driver

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_X86_AMD_PSTATE_UT:

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This kernel module is used for testing. It's safe to say M here.

It can also be built-in without X86_AMD_PSTATE enabled. Currently, only tests for amd-pstate are supported. If X86_AMD_PSTATE is set disabled, it can tell the users test can only run on amd-pstate driver, please set X86_AMD_PSTATE enabled. In the future, comparison tests will be added. It can set amd-pstate disabled and set acpi-cpufreq enabled to run test cases, then compare the test results.



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