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Is there a way to limit cpu usage

asked 2016-11-23 11:01:51 -0600

Skankhunt42 gravatar image

Hey guys I'm pretty new to fedora and Linux in general and I have a question:

In windows 10 you can set maximum cpu usage to any value ex: 96% rather than 100% using power management settings for my laptop

It runs a lot cooler and the fan runs a lot slower without hardly any performance loss

Can you mimic this in linux I haven't been able to find a solid answer?

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answered 2016-11-23 14:41:52 -0600

kdg1955 gravatar image

updated 2016-11-23 14:51:38 -0600

  • nice : see $> man nice for syntax and explanations.
  • cpulimit : probably not yet installed. To install
    $> sudo dnf install cpulimit
    type $> cpulimit for syntax and explanations.
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answered 2016-11-23 15:09:47 -0600

TWTOoth gravatar image

there is a simple way to limit the cpu usage using the terminal

fist install "cpulimit "using the command

# dnf install cpulimit

it should be simple and easy

then issue the command

$ cpulimit

the terminal will list your options, its simple and easy to deal with

you can also install htop which is a must have tool, its exactly the same as top but in a more "friendly' shape.

if you run htop as root you can control how Nice the process is and you can increase and decrease the "niceness" as it suits you better

i hope this helped wish you the best of lick

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answered 2017-01-12 15:02:29 -0600

trorion gravatar image

Hello community im new in linux and i choose fedora to begin. I have notebook with amd processors so its getting hot. that because I installed cpulimiter but i cant see in menu. is that problem or am ı doing wrong something?

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answered 2016-11-23 23:34:07 -0600

florian gravatar image

In addition two the other two (useful) answers, I want to mention a Gnome extension that I am using, called CPU Power Manager.

Easy to install, easy to use. Not sure that is what you are looking for...

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