lscpu

       lscpu [-a|-b|-c] [-x] [-s directory] [-e[=list]|-p[=list]]
       lscpu -h|-V

DESCRIPTION
       lscpu   gathers   CPU   architecture   information   from   sysfs   and
       /proc/cpuinfo.  The command output can be optimized for parsing or  for
       easy readability by humans.  The information includes, for example, the
       number of CPUs, threads, cores, sockets, and Non-Uniform Memory  Access
       (NUMA) nodes.  There is also information about the CPU caches and cache
       sharing, family, model, bogoMIPS, byte order, and stepping.

       Options that result in an output table have a list argument.  Use  this
       argument  to  customize  the command output.  Specify a comma-separated
       list of column labels to limit the output table to only  the  specified
       columns,  arranged  in  the specified order.  See COLUMNS for a list of
       valid column labels.  The column labels are not case sensitive.

       Not all columns are supported on all architectures.  If an  unsupported
       column  is  specified, lscpu prints the column but does not provide any
       data for it.

   COLUMNS
       Note that topology elements (core, socket, etc.) use sequential  unique
       ID  starting  from zero, but CPU logical numbers follow kernel where is
       no guarantee of the sequential numbering.

       CPU    The logical CPU number of a CPU as used by the Linux kernel.

       CORE   The logical core number.  A core can contain several CPUs.

       SOCKET The logical socket number.  A socket can contain several cores.

       BOOK   The logical book number.  A book can contain several sockets.

       NODE   The logical NUMA node number.  A node may contain several books.

       CACHE  Information about how caches are shared between CPUs.

       ADDRESS
              The physical address of a CPU.

       ONLINE Indicator that shows whether the Linux instance currently  makes
              use of the CPU.

       CONFIGURED
              Indicator  that shows if the hypervisor has allocated the CPU to
              the virtual hardware on which the  Linux  instance  runs.   CPUs
              that  are  configured  can  be set online by the Linux instance.
              This column contains data  only  if  your  hardware  system  and
              hypervisor support dynamic CPU resource allocation.

       POLARIZATION
              This  column  contains data for Linux instances that run on vir-
              tual hardware with a hypervisor that can  switch  the  CPU  dis-
                     used  as  hardware  inventory information gathering tool.
                     Notice that the megahertz value is dynamic, and driven by
                     CPU governor depending on current resource need.

OPTIONS
       -a, --all
              Include lines for online and offline CPUs in the output (default
              for -e).  This option may only be specified together with option
              -e or -p.

       -b, --online
              Limit  the  output to online CPUs (default for -p).  This option
              may only be specified together with option -e or -p.

       -c, --offline
              Limit the output to offline CPUs.  This option may only be spec-
              ified together with option -e or -p.

       -e, --extended[=list]
              Display the CPU information in human readable format.

              If  the  list argument is omitted, all columns for which data is
              available are included in the command output.

              When specifying the list argument, the string of  option,  equal
              sign  (=),  and list must not contain any blanks or other white-
              space.  Examples: '-e=cpu,node' or '--extended=cpu,node'.

       -h, --help
              Display help text and exit.

       -p, --parse[=list]
              Optimize the command output for easy parsing.

              If the list argument is omitted, the command output is  compati-
              ble  with earlier versions of lscpu.  In this compatible format,
              two commas are used to separate CPU cache columns.   If  no  CPU
              caches are identified the cache column is omitted.
              If the list argument is used, cache columns are separated with a
              colon (:).

              When specifying the list argument, the string of  option,  equal
              sign  (=),  and list must not contain any blanks or other white-
              space.  Examples: '-p=cpu,node' or '--parse=cpu,node'.

       -s, --sysroot directory
              Gather CPU data for a Linux instance  other  than  the  instance
              from which the lscpu command is issued.  The specified directory
              is the system root of the Linux instance to be inspected.

       -x, --hex
              Use hexadecimal masks for  CPU  sets  (for  example  0x3).   The
              default is to print the sets in list format (for example 0,1).

       Cai Qian <qcai@redhat.com>
       Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
       Heiko Carstens <heiko.carstens@de.ibm.com>

SEE ALSO
       chcpu(8)

AVAILABILITY
       The lscpu command is part of the util-linux package  and  is  available
       from ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/.

util-linux                       January 2013                         LSCPU(1)
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