tlp-stat

show power saving settings

TLDR

Generate status report with configuration and all active settings

>_ sudo tlp-stat
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Show battery information

>_ sudo tlp-stat -b
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Show configuration

>_ sudo tlp-stat -c
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SYNOPSIS

tlp-stat [options] [-- ... ]

DESCRIPTION

Show configuration, system information, active power saving settings and battery data.

OPTIONS

-b, --battery Show battery data. -c, --config Show configuration. -d, --disk Show disk data. -e, --pcie Show PCI(e) device data. -g, --graphics Show graphics card data. -p, --processor Show processor data. -r, --rfkill Show radio device data. -s, --system Show system information. -t, --temp Show temperatures and fan speed. -u, --usb Show USB device data. -w, --warn Show warnings. -P, --pev Monitor power supply udev events. --psup Show power supply diagnostic. -T, --trace Show trace output. -v, --verbose Be more verbose. -- PARAM=value ... Add parameters to temporarily overwrite the system configuration (for this program invocation only).

FILES

/etc/default/tlp System configuration file containing all power saving settings.

SEE ALSO

tlp(8).

AUTHOR

(c) 2018 Thomas Koch

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