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authorLen Brown <len.brown@intel.com>2015-02-23 00:34:57 -0500
committerLen Brown <len.brown@intel.com>2015-04-13 15:52:54 -0400
commit1cc21f7b6b747220c29b42cfd1c84b5648d12407 (patch)
tree8c33778e2be01bc8f06c85bb918ccacda9313807 /tools
parent39a8804455fb23f09157341d3ba7db6d7ae6ee76 (diff)
tools/power turbostat: simplify default output
Casual turbostat users generally just want to know MHz. So by default, just print enough information to make sense of MHz. All the other configuration data and columns for C-states and temperature etc, are printed with the --debug option. Signed-off-by: Len Brown <len.brown@intel.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'tools')
-rw-r--r--tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.8138
-rw-r--r--tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.c30
2 files changed, 98 insertions, 70 deletions
diff --git a/tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.8 b/tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.8
index feea7ad9500b..05b8fc38dc8b 100644
--- a/tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.8
+++ b/tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.8
@@ -20,9 +20,11 @@ upon its completion.
The second method is to omit the command,
and turbostat displays statistics every 5 seconds.
The 5-second interval can be changed using the --interval option.
-
+.PP
Some information is not available on older processors.
.SS Options
+Options can be specified with a single or double '-', and only as much of the option
+name as necessary to disambiguate it from others is necessary. Note that options are case-sensitive.
\fB--Counter MSR#\fP shows the delta of the specified 64-bit MSR counter.
.PP
\fB--counter MSR#\fP shows the delta of the specified 32-bit MSR counter.
@@ -55,16 +57,20 @@ more than once may also enable internal turbostat debug information.
The \fBcommand\fP parameter forks \fBcommand\fP, and upon its exit,
displays the statistics gathered since it was forked.
.PP
-.SH FIELD DESCRIPTIONS
+.SH DEFAULT FIELD DESCRIPTIONS
.nf
-\fBPackage\fP processor package number.
-\fBCore\fP processor core number.
-\fBCPU\fP Linux CPU (logical processor) number.
-Note that multiple CPUs per core indicate support for Intel(R) Hyper-Threading Technology.
+\fBCPU\fP Linux CPU (logical processor) number. Yes, it is okay that on many systems the CPUs are not listed in numerical order -- for efficiency reasons, turbostat runs in topology order, so HT siblings appear together.
\fBAVG_MHz\fP number of cycles executed divided by time elapsed.
\fB%Busy\fP percent of the interval that the CPU retired instructions, aka. % of time in "C0" state.
\fBBzy_MHz\fP average clock rate while the CPU was busy (in "c0" state).
\fBTSC_MHz\fP average MHz that the TSC ran during the entire interval.
+.fi
+.PP
+.SH DEBUG FIELD DESCRIPTIONS
+.nf
+\fBPackage\fP processor package number.
+\fBCore\fP processor core number.
+Note that multiple CPUs per core indicate support for Intel(R) Hyper-Threading Technology (HT).
\fBCPU%c1, CPU%c3, CPU%c6, CPU%c7\fP show the percentage residency in hardware core idle states.
\fBCoreTmp\fP Degrees Celsius reported by the per-core Digital Thermal Sensor.
\fBPkgTtmp\fP Degrees Celsius reported by the per-package Package Thermal Monitor.
@@ -81,63 +87,76 @@ Note that multiple CPUs per core indicate support for Intel(R) Hyper-Threading T
Without any parameters, turbostat displays statistics ever 5 seconds.
(override interval with "-i sec" option, or specify a command
for turbostat to fork).
+.nf
+[root@hsw]# ./turbostat
+ CPU Avg_MHz %Busy Bzy_MHz TSC_MHz
+ - 488 12.51 3898 3498
+ 0 0 0.01 3885 3498
+ 4 3897 99.99 3898 3498
+ 1 0 0.00 3861 3498
+ 5 0 0.00 3882 3498
+ 2 1 0.02 3894 3498
+ 6 2 0.06 3898 3498
+ 3 0 0.00 3849 3498
+ 7 0 0.00 3877 3498
+
+.fi
+.SH DEBUG EXAMPLE
+The "--debug" option prints additional system information before measurements:
The first row of statistics is a summary for the entire system.
For residency % columns, the summary is a weighted average.
For Temperature columns, the summary is the column maximum.
For Watts columns, the summary is a system total.
Subsequent rows show per-CPU statistics.
-
-.nf
-[root@ivy]# ./turbostat
- Core CPU Avg_MHz %Busy Bzy_MHz TSC_MHz SMI CPU%c1 CPU%c3 CPU%c6 CPU%c7 CoreTmp PkgTmp Pkg%pc2 Pkg%pc3 Pkg%pc6 Pkg%pc7 PkgWatt CorWatt GFXWatt
- - - 6 0.36 1596 3492 0 0.59 0.01 99.04 0.00 23 24 23.82 0.01 72.47 0.00 6.40 1.01 0.00
- 0 0 9 0.58 1596 3492 0 0.28 0.01 99.13 0.00 23 24 23.82 0.01 72.47 0.00 6.40 1.01 0.00
- 0 4 1 0.07 1596 3492 0 0.79
- 1 1 10 0.65 1596 3492 0 0.59 0.00 98.76 0.00 23
- 1 5 5 0.28 1596 3492 0 0.95
- 2 2 10 0.66 1596 3492 0 0.41 0.01 98.92 0.00 23
- 2 6 2 0.10 1597 3492 0 0.97
- 3 3 3 0.20 1596 3492 0 0.44 0.00 99.37 0.00 23
- 3 7 5 0.31 1596 3492 0 0.33
-.fi
-.SH DEBUG EXAMPLE
-The "--debug" option prints additional system information before measurements:
-
.nf
-turbostat version 4.0 10-Feb, 2015 - Len Brown <lenb@kernel.org>
-CPUID(0): GenuineIntel 13 CPUID levels; family:model:stepping 0x6:3a:9 (6:58:9)
+turbostat version 4.1 10-Feb, 2015 - Len Brown <lenb@kernel.org>
+CPUID(0): GenuineIntel 13 CPUID levels; family:model:stepping 0x6:3c:3 (6:60:3)
CPUID(6): APERF, DTS, PTM, EPB
-RAPL: 851 sec. Joule Counter Range, at 77 Watts
-cpu0: MSR_NHM_PLATFORM_INFO: 0x81010f0012300
-16 * 100 = 1600 MHz max efficiency
+RAPL: 3121 sec. Joule Counter Range, at 84 Watts
+cpu0: MSR_NHM_PLATFORM_INFO: 0x80838f3012300
+8 * 100 = 800 MHz max efficiency
35 * 100 = 3500 MHz TSC frequency
-cpu0: MSR_IA32_POWER_CTL: 0x0014005d (C1E auto-promotion: DISabled)
-cpu0: MSR_NHM_SNB_PKG_CST_CFG_CTL: 0x1e008402 (UNdemote-C3, UNdemote-C1, demote-C3, demote-C1, locked: pkg-cstate-limit=2: pc6n)
+cpu0: MSR_IA32_POWER_CTL: 0x0004005d (C1E auto-promotion: DISabled)
+cpu0: MSR_NHM_SNB_PKG_CST_CFG_CTL: 0x1e000400 (UNdemote-C3, UNdemote-C1, demote-C3, demote-C1, UNlocked: pkg-cstate-limit=0: pc0)
cpu0: MSR_NHM_TURBO_RATIO_LIMIT: 0x25262727
37 * 100 = 3700 MHz max turbo 4 active cores
38 * 100 = 3800 MHz max turbo 3 active cores
39 * 100 = 3900 MHz max turbo 2 active cores
39 * 100 = 3900 MHz max turbo 1 active cores
cpu0: MSR_IA32_ENERGY_PERF_BIAS: 0x00000006 (balanced)
-cpu0: MSR_RAPL_POWER_UNIT: 0x000a1003 (0.125000 Watts, 0.000015 Joules, 0.000977 sec.)
-cpu0: MSR_PKG_POWER_INFO: 0x01e00268 (77 W TDP, RAPL 60 - 0 W, 0.000000 sec.)
-cpu0: MSR_PKG_POWER_LIMIT: 0x30000148268 (UNlocked)
-cpu0: PKG Limit #1: ENabled (77.000000 Watts, 1.000000 sec, clamp DISabled)
-cpu0: PKG Limit #2: DISabled (96.000000 Watts, 0.000977* sec, clamp DISabled)
+cpu0: MSR_CORE_PERF_LIMIT_REASONS, 0x31200000 (Active: ) (Logged: Auto-HWP, Amps, MultiCoreTurbo, Transitions, )
+cpu0: MSR_GFX_PERF_LIMIT_REASONS, 0x00000000 (Active: ) (Logged: )
+cpu0: MSR_RING_PERF_LIMIT_REASONS, 0x0d000000 (Active: ) (Logged: Amps, PkgPwrL1, PkgPwrL2, )
+cpu0: MSR_RAPL_POWER_UNIT: 0x000a0e03 (0.125000 Watts, 0.000061 Joules, 0.000977 sec.)
+cpu0: MSR_PKG_POWER_INFO: 0x000002a0 (84 W TDP, RAPL 0 - 0 W, 0.000000 sec.)
+cpu0: MSR_PKG_POWER_LIMIT: 0x428348001a82a0 (UNlocked)
+cpu0: PKG Limit #1: ENabled (84.000000 Watts, 8.000000 sec, clamp DISabled)
+cpu0: PKG Limit #2: ENabled (105.000000 Watts, 0.002441* sec, clamp DISabled)
cpu0: MSR_PP0_POLICY: 0
cpu0: MSR_PP0_POWER_LIMIT: 0x00000000 (UNlocked)
cpu0: Cores Limit: DISabled (0.000000 Watts, 0.000977 sec, clamp DISabled)
cpu0: MSR_PP1_POLICY: 0
cpu0: MSR_PP1_POWER_LIMIT: 0x00000000 (UNlocked)
cpu0: GFX Limit: DISabled (0.000000 Watts, 0.000977 sec, clamp DISabled)
-cpu0: MSR_IA32_TEMPERATURE_TARGET: 0x00691400 (105 C)
-cpu0: MSR_IA32_PACKAGE_THERM_STATUS: 0x884e0000 (27 C)
-cpu0: MSR_IA32_THERM_STATUS: 0x88580000 (17 C +/- 1)
-cpu1: MSR_IA32_THERM_STATUS: 0x885a0000 (15 C +/- 1)
-cpu2: MSR_IA32_THERM_STATUS: 0x88570000 (18 C +/- 1)
-cpu3: MSR_IA32_THERM_STATUS: 0x884e0000 (27 C +/- 1)
- ...
+cpu0: MSR_IA32_TEMPERATURE_TARGET: 0x00641400 (100 C)
+cpu0: MSR_IA32_PACKAGE_THERM_STATUS: 0x88340800 (48 C)
+cpu0: MSR_IA32_THERM_STATUS: 0x88340000 (48 C +/- 1)
+cpu1: MSR_IA32_THERM_STATUS: 0x88440000 (32 C +/- 1)
+cpu2: MSR_IA32_THERM_STATUS: 0x88450000 (31 C +/- 1)
+cpu3: MSR_IA32_THERM_STATUS: 0x88490000 (27 C +/- 1)
+ Core CPU Avg_MHz %Busy Bzy_MHz TSC_MHz SMI CPU%c1 CPU%c3 CPU%c6 CPU%c7 CoreTmp PkgTmp PkgWatt CorWatt GFXWatt
+ - - 493 12.64 3898 3498 0 12.64 0.00 0.00 74.72 47 47 21.62 13.74 0.00
+ 0 0 4 0.11 3894 3498 0 99.89 0.00 0.00 0.00 47 47 21.62 13.74 0.00
+ 0 4 3897 99.98 3898 3498 0 0.02
+ 1 1 7 0.17 3887 3498 0 0.04 0.00 0.00 99.79 32
+ 1 5 0 0.00 3885 3498 0 0.21
+ 2 2 29 0.76 3895 3498 0 0.10 0.01 0.01 99.13 32
+ 2 6 2 0.06 3896 3498 0 0.80
+ 3 3 1 0.02 3832 3498 0 0.03 0.00 0.00 99.95 28
+ 3 7 0 0.00 3879 3498 0 0.04
+^C
+
.fi
The \fBmax efficiency\fP frequency, a.k.a. Low Frequency Mode, is the frequency
available at the minimum package voltage. The \fBTSC frequency\fP is the base
@@ -147,6 +166,9 @@ should be sustainable on all CPUs indefinitely, given nominal power and cooling.
The remaining rows show what maximum turbo frequency is possible
depending on the number of idle cores. Note that not all information is
available on all processors.
+.PP
+The --debug option adds additional columns to the measurement ouput, including CPU idle power-state residency processor temperature sensor readinds.
+See the field definitions above.
.SH FORK EXAMPLE
If turbostat is invoked with a command, it will fork that command
and output the statistics gathered when the command exits.
@@ -154,27 +176,23 @@ eg. Here a cycle soaker is run on 1 CPU (see %c0) for a few seconds
until ^C while the other CPUs are mostly idle:
.nf
-root@ivy: turbostat cat /dev/zero > /dev/null
+root@hsw: turbostat cat /dev/zero > /dev/null
^C
- Core CPU Avg_MHz %Busy Bzy_MHz TSC_MHz SMI CPU%c1 CPU%c3 CPU%c6 CPU%c7 CoreTmp PkgTmp Pkg%pc2 Pkg%pc3 Pkg%pc6 Pkg%pc7 PkgWatt CorWatt GFXWatt
- - - 496 12.75 3886 3492 0 13.16 0.04 74.04 0.00 36 36 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 23.15 17.65 0.00
- 0 0 22 0.57 3830 3492 0 0.83 0.02 98.59 0.00 27 36 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 23.15 17.65 0.00
- 0 4 9 0.24 3829 3492 0 1.15
- 1 1 4 0.09 3783 3492 0 99.91 0.00 0.00 0.00 36
- 1 5 3880 99.82 3888 3492 0 0.18
- 2 2 17 0.44 3813 3492 0 0.77 0.04 98.75 0.00 28
- 2 6 12 0.32 3823 3492 0 0.89
- 3 3 16 0.43 3844 3492 0 0.63 0.11 98.84 0.00 30
- 3 7 4 0.11 3827 3492 0 0.94
-30.372243 sec
+ CPU Avg_MHz %Busy Bzy_MHz TSC_MHz
+ - 482 12.51 3854 3498
+ 0 0 0.01 1960 3498
+ 4 0 0.00 2128 3498
+ 1 0 0.00 3003 3498
+ 5 3854 99.98 3855 3498
+ 2 0 0.01 3504 3498
+ 6 3 0.08 3884 3498
+ 3 0 0.00 2553 3498
+ 7 0 0.00 2126 3498
+10.783983 sec
.fi
-Above the cycle soaker drives cpu5 up its 3.8 GHz turbo limit
-while the other processors are generally in various states of idle.
-
-Note that cpu1 and cpu5 are HT siblings within core1.
-As cpu5 is very busy, it prevents its sibling, cpu1,
-from entering a c-state deeper than c1.
+Above the cycle soaker drives cpu5 up its 3.9 GHz turbo limit.
+The first row shows the average MHz and %Busy across all the processors in the system.
Note that the Avg_MHz column reflects the total number of cycles executed
divided by the measurement interval. If the %Busy column is 100%,
diff --git a/tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.c b/tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.c
index 2d089cac8580..1bc6e6c163a5 100644
--- a/tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.c
+++ b/tools/power/x86/turbostat/turbostat.c
@@ -292,8 +292,7 @@ void print_header(void)
if (has_aperf)
outp += sprintf(outp, " Bzy_MHz");
outp += sprintf(outp, " TSC_MHz");
- if (do_smi)
- outp += sprintf(outp, " SMI");
+
if (extra_delta_offset32)
outp += sprintf(outp, " count 0x%03X", extra_delta_offset32);
if (extra_delta_offset64)
@@ -302,6 +301,13 @@ void print_header(void)
outp += sprintf(outp, " MSR 0x%03X", extra_msr_offset32);
if (extra_msr_offset64)
outp += sprintf(outp, " MSR 0x%03X", extra_msr_offset64);
+
+ if (!debug)
+ goto done;
+
+ if (do_smi)
+ outp += sprintf(outp, " SMI");
+
if (do_nhm_cstates)
outp += sprintf(outp, " CPU%%c1");
if (do_nhm_cstates && !do_slm_cstates)
@@ -359,6 +365,7 @@ void print_header(void)
outp += sprintf(outp, " time");
}
+ done:
outp += sprintf(outp, "\n");
}
@@ -487,10 +494,6 @@ int format_counters(struct thread_data *t, struct core_data *c,
/* TSC_MHz */
outp += sprintf(outp, "%8.0f", 1.0 * t->tsc/units/interval_float);
- /* SMI */
- if (do_smi)
- outp += sprintf(outp, "%8d", t->smi_count);
-
/* delta */
if (extra_delta_offset32)
outp += sprintf(outp, " %11llu", t->extra_delta32);
@@ -506,6 +509,13 @@ int format_counters(struct thread_data *t, struct core_data *c,
if (extra_msr_offset64)
outp += sprintf(outp, " 0x%016llx", t->extra_msr64);
+ if (!debug)
+ goto done;
+
+ /* SMI */
+ if (do_smi)
+ outp += sprintf(outp, "%8d", t->smi_count);
+
if (do_nhm_cstates) {
if (!skip_c1)
outp += sprintf(outp, "%8.2f", 100.0 * t->c1/t->tsc);
@@ -1068,7 +1078,7 @@ int slv_pkg_cstate_limits[8] = {PCL__0, PCL__1, PCLRSV, PCLRSV, PCL__4, PCLRSV,
int amt_pkg_cstate_limits[8] = {PCL__0, PCL__1, PCL__2, PCLRSV, PCLRSV, PCLRSV, PCL__6, PCL__7};
int phi_pkg_cstate_limits[8] = {PCL__0, PCL__2, PCL_6N, PCL_6R, PCLRSV, PCLRSV, PCLRSV, PCLUNL};
-void print_verbose_header(void)
+void dump_system_config_info(void)
{
unsigned long long msr;
unsigned int ratio;
@@ -2428,14 +2438,14 @@ void topology_probe()
if (debug > 1)
fprintf(stderr, "max_core_id %d, sizing for %d cores per package\n",
max_core_id, topo.num_cores_per_pkg);
- if (!summary_only && topo.num_cores_per_pkg > 1)
+ if (debug && !summary_only && topo.num_cores_per_pkg > 1)
show_core = 1;
topo.num_packages = max_package_id + 1;
if (debug > 1)
fprintf(stderr, "max_package_id %d, sizing for %d packages\n",
max_package_id, topo.num_packages);
- if (!summary_only && topo.num_packages > 1)
+ if (debug && !summary_only && topo.num_packages > 1)
show_pkg = 1;
topo.num_threads_per_core = max_siblings;
@@ -2555,7 +2565,7 @@ void turbostat_init()
setup_all_buffers();
if (debug)
- print_verbose_header();
+ dump_system_config_info();
if (debug)
for_all_cpus(print_epb, ODD_COUNTERS);

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