print thread and cache topology
is a command line application to print the thread and cache
topology on multicore x86 processors. Used with mono spaced fonts it can
draw the processor topology of a machine in ascii art. Beyond topology
likwid-topology determines the clock of a processor and prints detailed
information about the caches hierarchy.
- -h, --help
prints a help message to standard output, then exits.
- -v, --version
prints version information to standard output, then exits.
- -V, --verbose <level>
sets the verbosity level of LIKWID's topology backend. Possible levels range from 0 to 3.
prints topology information in ASCII art. Best viewed with monospaced font.
- -c, --caches
prints detailed information about cache hierarchy
- -C, --clock
measures and output the processor clock. This involves a longer run time of likwid-topology.
- -o, --output <file>
write the output to file instead of stdout.
Likwid applies filter scripts according to filename suffix.
Currently available scripts are csv. You can place additional filter scripts in /usr/share/likwid/filter.