Is someone can give the light on how to start the TX2 at max frequency / max power via kernel options ? I already know the trick using /etc/rc.local, sleep 10sec for jetson_clocks at boot time, but here I’m looking for something avoiding the need of doing that via /etc/rc.local or any shell script during boot.
While recompiling a custom kernel, I saw the CPU Frequency Scaling (CONFIG_CPU_FREQ) and get surprised to see that the default CPUFreq governor is turned on performance by default. I quote from the doc :
Use the CPUFreq governor ‘performance’ as default. This sets
the frequency statically to the highest frequency supported by
Somebody have knowledge, using a custom kernel, how to start the TX2 at max freq for both CPU/GPU ?