Here’s a fun little project that is a pretty good combination of array use and pattern manipulation.

Screenshot of Bash CPU Meter

Bash CPU Meter

#!/bin/bash
function get_mhz() {
   while read line; do
      if [[ $line =~ cpu\ MHz ]]; then
         local hunks=(${line})
         local ahz=(${hunks[3]})
         local bars=$(( (${ahz%%.*} * (${COLUMNS} - 12) )/3500))
         printf "%s:%${bars}s\n" $ahz '=' | tr ' ' '=' 
      fi  
   done < /proc/cpuinfo
}
while [[ 1 = 1 ]]; do
   stty_line=(`stty size`)
   COLUMNS=${stty_line[1]}
   get_mhz | sort -rn 
   echo ""
   sleep 1
done

I could go on and on about it, but I’d rather you just ask me questions.

Jed Reynolds
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Jed Reynolds

ARMv7 processors do not report this in /proc/cpuinfo. You can find it in
/sys/bus/cpu/devices/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_cur_freq

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