idlestat 0.5-4 source package in Ubuntu

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idlestat (0.5-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * initialise return status ret to 0, fixes an error found by static analysis

 -- Colin King <email address hidden>  Wed, 9 Sep 2015 11:05:00 +0100

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Colin Ian King on 2015-09-09
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Original maintainer:
Colin Ian King
Architectures:
linux-any
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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idlestat: measure CPU time in idle and operating states

 Idlestat uses kernel FTRACE function to monitor and capture C-state and
 P-state transitions of CPUs over a time interval. It calculates the total,
 average, min and max times spend in each C-state, P-state for each CPU and in
 each CPU cluster. It also reports the times specific IRQs caused the CPU
 to exit idle state, per CPU and per-IRQ.

idlestat-dbgsym: debug symbols for package idlestat

 Idlestat uses kernel FTRACE function to monitor and capture C-state and
 P-state transitions of CPUs over a time interval. It calculates the total,
 average, min and max times spend in each C-state, P-state for each CPU and in
 each CPU cluster. It also reports the times specific IRQs caused the CPU
 to exit idle state, per CPU and per-IRQ.