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== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
  
#<Plugin turbostat>
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<Plugin turbostat>
## None of the following option should be set manually
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None of the following option should be set manually
## This plugin automatically detect most optimal options
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This plugin automatically detect most optimal options
## Only set values here if:
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Only set values here if:
## - The module asks you to
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- The module asks you to
## - You want to disable the collection of some data
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- You want to disable the collection of some data
## - Your (Intel) CPU is not supported (yet) by the module
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- Your (Intel) CPU is not supported (yet) by the module
## - The module generates a lot of errors 'MSR offset 0x... read failed'
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- The module generates a lot of errors 'MSR offset 0x... read failed'
## In the last two cases, please open a bug request
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In the last two cases, please open a bug request
#
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# TCCActivationTemp "100"
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TCCActivationTemp "100"
# CoreCstates "392"
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CoreCstates "392"
# PackageCstates "396"
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PackageCstates "396"
# SystemManagementInterrupt true
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SystemManagementInterrupt true
# DigitalTemperatureSensor true
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DigitalTemperatureSensor true
# PackageThermalManagement true
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PackageThermalManagement true
# RunningAveragePowerLimit "7"
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RunningAveragePowerLimit "7"
#</Plugin>
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</Plugin>
  
 
== Example graphs ==
 
== Example graphs ==

Revision as of 01:43, 28 March 2019

The Turbostat plugin reads CPU frequency and C-state residency on modern Intel turbo-capable processors. The plugin is based on 'turbostat' tool of the Linux kernel.

Synopsis

<Plugin turbostat>

None of the following option should be set manually This plugin automatically detect most optimal options Only set values here if: - The module asks you to - You want to disable the collection of some data - Your (Intel) CPU is not supported (yet) by the module - The module generates a lot of errors 'MSR offset 0x... read failed' In the last two cases, please open a bug request

TCCActivationTemp "100" CoreCstates "392"

	PackageCstates "396"

SystemManagementInterrupt true DigitalTemperatureSensor true PackageThermalManagement true RunningAveragePowerLimit "7"

</Plugin>

Example graphs

Dependencies