cpupower-frequency-set  -  A  small tool which allows to modify cpufreq


   cpupower [ -c cpu ] frequency-set [options]


   cpupower frequency-set allows you to modify  cpufreq  settings  without
   having                   to                  type                  e.g.
   "/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_set_speed" all the time.


   -d --min <FREQ>
          new minimum CPU frequency the governor may select.

   -u --max <FREQ>
          new maximum CPU frequency the governor may select.

   -g --governor <GOV>
          new cpufreq governor.

   -f --freq <FREQ>
          specific frequency to be set. Requires userspace governor to  be
          available and loaded.

   -r --related
          modify all hardware-related CPUs at the same time


   By  default  values are applied on all cores. How to modify single core
   configurations is described in the cpupower(1)  manpage  in  the  --cpu
   option section.

   The  -f  FREQ,  --freq FREQ parameter cannot be combined with any other

   FREQuencies can be passed in Hz, kHz (default), MHz,  GHz,  or  THz  by
   postfixing  the  value  with  the  wanted  unit name, without any space
   (frequency in kHz =^ Hz * 0.001 =^ MHz * 1000 =^ GHz * 1000000).

   On Linux kernels up  to  2.6.29,  the  -r  or  --related  parameter  is


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


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


   cpupower-frequency-info(1), cpupower(1)

                                  0.1            CPUPOWER-FREQUENCY-SET(1)


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