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I wanna get my conky all settled up so I'm looking for a program/script that will allow me to load one core of my choosing at a time. I don't think Prime can do this.
    
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I don't know if this is what you want but if you use prime and start off the stress test, then go File > Stop and you can stop the workers you want to leave the one you want running active.
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I don't know if I can do this in Linux. I'm installing mprime now.
    
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For what reason do you want to test a single core? You know you can find the info on a per core basis in proc? There's a lot of other ways too.
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I'm trying to figure out how to set up my conky correctly. Basically, I want them in the proper order and have the same output as the system monitor resource tab.
    
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I'm trying to figure out how to set up my conky correctly. Basically, I want them in the proper order and have the same output as the system monitor resource tab.
Ah that sounds great! Make sure you post the updated Conky config so us [lazy] people can profit [$$$] from your hard work.

Also, +REP just because I like that you use Arch Linux and because your avatar is cool. I'll add another +1 if you can tell me where to find the source of said avatar.
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Google image search lol. I found it and cut it down to the size requirements of OCN.
    
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Alright. With a little help from mprime, gnome-system-monitor, and a spreadsheet, I figured it out.

I ran a torture test with 1 worker so it would max out one thread. Basically, it's a staggered system.

CPU0 is the whole CPU, an average of all 4 cores
CPU1 is Core 0
CPU2 is Core 1
CPU3 is Core 2
CPU4 is Core 3

So I ran the worker in mprime, tracked the color/CPU in system-monitor and compared that to the output on my conky screen. Then I compared the output to my conkyrc file.

What a freaking trip lol.
    
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Alright. With a little help from mprime, gnome-system-monitor, and a spreadsheet, I figured it out.

I ran a torture test with 1 worker so it would max out one thread. Basically, it's a staggered system.

CPU0 is the whole CPU, an average of all 4 cores
CPU1 is Core 0
CPU2 is Core 1
CPU3 is Core 2
CPU4 is Core 3

So I ran the worker in mprime, tracked the color/CPU in system-monitor and compared that to the output on my conky screen. Then I compared the output to my conkyrc file.

What a freaking trip lol.
lol I just used the values 1/2/3/4 automatically. =P you can read my conky config and see how I did it. haha
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I had to make sure

But now a new problem arises.

Right now Conky is displaying:
Core 0 (CPU1): 36C
Core 1 (CPU2): 39C
Core 2(CPU3): 28C
Core 3(CPU4): 28C

lm_sensors though displays this:
Core 0: 28C
Core 1: 28C
Core 2: 39C
Core 3: 36C

Same temps, just attributed to the wrong cores.
Edited by TFB - 1/27/11 at 3:26pm
    
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