ROSA Linux Bugzilla – Bug 4810
cpupower.service fails to start in a freshly installed system
Last modified: 2015-05-05 12:45:24 MSD
The post-install script for cpupower creates /etc/sysconfig/cpupower and specifies the preferred governor there, depending on the current hardware.
However, when building an ISO image with ROSA, cpupower is installed there and an incorrect config is generated. That is, that config is not for the user's machine but rather for the build environment.
For the present, an easiest workaround is to remove cpupower package and install it again.
We might rewrite the service so that it chooses ondemand/powersave appropriately at run time if that is not overridden in the config.
This way, the config becomes machine-independent.
The issue fixed in last update