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Use the -P parameter and place the absolute path before the executable.


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The solution turned out to be to pass intel_pstate=passive to kernel. Then intel_pstate relinquishes control back to CPUFreq. The latter still uses intel_pstate to govern the CPU, but intel_pstate has no say in what to do. After that you can finally set performance policies. Your laptop can be either completely quiet or you can make it very noisy, but ...


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These answers either ignore hyperthreading and/or multiple sockets, or they involve text processing. I keep finding this page while looking for a simple(ish) and complete answer, so I'm posting one here. For number of physical CPU cores lscpu --parse='core,socket' | grep -v '^#' | sort -u | wc -l For the number of CPU threads lscpu --parse='core,socket' | ...


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