Difference between revisions of "Plugin:turbostat"

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   #None of the following option should be set manually
 
   #None of the following option should be set manually
 
   #This plugin automatically detect most optimal options
 
   #This plugin automatically detect most optimal options
   Only set values here if:
+
   #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
 
   TCCActivationTemp "100"
 
   TCCActivationTemp "100"
 
   CoreCstates "392"
 
   CoreCstates "392"

Revision as of 01:45, 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