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I am trying to install the ATLAS BLAS library which recommends that I turn if CPU throttling to do the install.

How do I check if my CPU throttling is ON or OFF?

I tried the suggestion of Code:

./cpufreq-selector -g performance

in the /usr/bin directory as suggested elsewhere in the forum but there was no output and the control returned back to the user.

I have searched everywhere but there does not seem to be a way to determine the status of the CPU throttling

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The throttling control is managed by the cpuspeed daemon on RedHat 5\6

You can stop the daemon:

service cpuspeed stop

More information can be found on the cpuspeed daemon man.

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