[coreboot] selective output from msrtool
nathan at traverse.com.au
Thu Nov 26 12:41:45 CET 2009
Peter Stuge wrote:
> Nathan Williams wrote:
>> AMD NAS:
> If you want to unclutter output a little, you can wipe the 5536 MSRs
> from the file after the first run. msrtool only considers the MSRs
> that are explicitly listed in the input file when run with -d.
> (Another alternative is to list relevant MSRs in the file before the
> first run and run with -s rather than -l -s. The former reads and
> outputs values only for listed MSRs, the latter reads all known MSRs
> but has the benefit that no file needs to be created beforehand.)
Thanks for the tips. Very helpful.
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