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PROGRAM:

NAME


likwid-setFrequencies - print and manage the clock frequency of CPU cores

SYNOPSIS


likwid-setFrequencies [-hpl] [-c <cpu_list,_socket_list_or_expression>] [-g <governor>]
[-f <frequency>]

DESCRIPTION


likwid-setFrequencies is a command line application to set the clock frequency of CPU
cores. Since only priviledged users are allowed to change the frequency of CPU cores, the
application works in combination with a daemon likwid-setFreq. The daemon needs the suid
permission bit to be set in order to manipulate the sysfs entries. With likwid-
setFrequencies the clock of all cores inside a the cpu_list or affinity domain can be set
to a specific frequency or governor at once.

OPTIONS


-h prints a help message to standard output, then exits.

-p prints the current frequencies for all CPU cores

-l prints all configurable frequencies

-c <cpu_list,_socket_list_or_expression>
set the affinity domain where to set the frequencies. Common are N (Node), SX
(Socket X), CX (Cache Group X) and MX (Memory Group X). For detailed information
about affinity domains see likwid-pin(1)

-g <governor>
set the governor of all CPU cores inside the affinity domain. Current governors are
ondemand, performance, turbo. Default is ondemand

-f <frequency>
set a fixed frequency at all CPU cores inside the affinity domain. Implicitly sets
userspace governor for the cores.

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