Any way with Nmon to monitor processor clock speed under Linux when the cpufreq system is enabled to dynamically change clock speed to save power?
Pinned topic Support for Linux CPU Speed Scaling?
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Updated on 2009-08-11T02:12:32Z at 2009-08-11T02:12:32Z by SystemAdmin
nagger 100000MRSJ1718 Posts
Re: Support for Linux CPU Speed Scaling?2009-08-06T23:10:35ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Sounds like a good idea.
If you have a machine operating this way can you cut'n'paste a copy of that file so we can take a look.
Is there one file per CPU?
Could the files be different?
Re: Support for Linux CPU Speed Scaling?2009-08-07T19:36:10ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- nagger 100000MRSJ
IBM has a good write-up here:
We're setting up a test on RHEL for next week. I'll let you know if anything interesting shows up.
The IBM docs are RH-centric. I believe SUSE uses the same /proc/ structure, but haven't confirmed that.
The standard governors require 2.6.12.