Plugin: debugfs.plugin Module: intel_rapl
Collects power capping performance metrics on Linux systems.
Parse data from `debugfs file.
This collector is only supported on the following platforms:
This collector only supports collecting metrics from a single instance of this integration.
This integration requires read access to files under
/sys/devices/virtual/powercap, which are accessible only to the root user by default. Netdata uses Linux Capabilities to give the plugin access to debugfs.
CAP_DAC_READ_SEARCH is added automatically during installation. This capability allows bypassing file read permission checks and directory read and execute permission checks. If file capabilities are not usable, then the plugin is instead installed with the SUID bit set in permissions so that it runs as root.
Assuming that debugfs is mounted and the required permissions are available, this integration will automatically detect whether or not the system is using zswap.
The default configuration for this integration does not impose any limits on data collection.
The default configuration for this integration is not expected to impose a significant performance impact on the system.
Metrics grouped by scope.
The scope defines the instance that the metric belongs to. An instance is uniquely identified by a set of labels.
Monitor the Intel RAPL zones Consumption.
Per Power Capping instance
Global Intel RAPL zones.
This scope has no labels.
|cpu.powercap_intel_rapl_subzones||dram, core, uncore||Watts|
There are no alerts configured by default for this integration.
The debugfs filesystem must be mounted on your host for plugin to collect data. You can run the command-line (
sudo mount -t debugfs none /sys/kernel/debug/) to mount it locally. It is also recommended to modify your fstab (5) avoiding necessity to mount the filesystem before starting netdata.
The configuration file name for this integration is
Configuration for this specific integration is located in the
[plugin:debugfs] section within that file.
The file format is a modified INI syntax. The general structure is:
option1 = some value
option2 = some other value
option3 = some third value
You can edit the configuration file using the
edit-config script from the
Netdata config directory.
cd /etc/netdata 2>/dev/null || cd /opt/netdata/etc/netdata
sudo ./edit-config netdata.conf
|update every||Data collection frequency.||1||no|
|command options||Additinal parameters for collector||no|
There are no configuration examples.
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