cpupower-frequency-info   -   Utility   to   retrieve   cpufreq  kernel


   cpupower [ -c cpulist ] frequency-info [options]


   A small tool which prints out cpufreq information helpful to developers
   and interested users.


   -e --debug
          Prints out debug information.

   -f --freq
          Get  frequency  the  CPU  currently  runs  at,  according to the
          cpufreq core.

   -w --hwfreq
          Get frequency the CPU currently runs  at,  by  reading  it  from
          hardware (only available to root).

   -l --hwlimits
          Determine the minimum and maximum CPU frequency allowed.

   -d --driver
          Determines the used cpufreq kernel driver.

   -p --policy
          Gets the currently used cpufreq policy.

   -g --governors
          Determines available cpufreq governors.

   -a --related-cpus
          Determines which CPUs run at the same hardware frequency.

   -a --affected-cpus
          Determines  which  CPUs need to have their frequency coordinated
          by software.

   -s --stats
          Shows cpufreq statistics if available.

   -y --latency
          Determines the maximum latency on CPU frequency changes.

   -o --proc
          Prints  out  information  like  provided  by  the  /proc/cpufreq
          interface in 2.4. and early 2.6. kernels.

   -m --human
          human-readable output for the -f, -w, -s and -y parameters.

   -n --no-rounding
          Output frequencies and latencies without rounding off values.


   By  default  only  values  of  core  zero are displayed. How to display
   settings of other cores is described in the cpupower(1) manpage in  the
   --cpu option section.

   You can't specify more than one of the output specific options -o -e -a
   -g -p -d -l -w -f -y.

   You also can't specify the -o option combined with the -c option.


   /proc/cpufreq (deprecated)
   /proc/sys/cpu/ (deprecated)


   Dominik Brodowski <linux@brodo.de> - author
   Mattia Dongili<malattia@gmail.com> - first autolibtoolization


   cpupower-frequency-set(1), cpupower(1)

                                  0.1           CPUPOWER-FREQUENCY-INFO(1)


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