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Re: CPU freq & core temp

DJ Delorie wrote:

> It's a pre-built DELL box, no overclocking.  When all four cores are
> running at full speed (3.16MHz) for extended periods, the temp gets up
> around 85 C and the fans all speed up.  I'd rather keep it cooler than
> that.  One way is to reduce the clock speed.  Another way is to dust
> the fans off, which I'll also be doing :-)
> g <geleem bellsouth net> writes:
>> anyway, iirc, lm-sensors must be running to see cpu temp and in turn
>> 'scale' cpu speed. [iirc]
> I have a valid lm-sensors config ("sensors" tells me the four core
> temps). I have /sys/devices/platform/coretemp.* and they tell me the
> right core temps.
> The question is, how do I connect the core temp readings to the cpu
> frequency control?  The old userspace cpufreq had command line options
> for doing that.

look for program 'cpuspeed'. it was available in fc3, fc6, fc7, fc8.
not sure if it is available for f9, f10, but i imagine source is still
around in archives or koji.

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