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NAME ^

Haiku::SysInfo - basic system information under Haiku-OS

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Haiku::SysInfo;

  my $info = Haiku::SysInfo->new;

  my $cpu_count = $info->cpu_count;
  ...

DESCRIPTION ^

Retrieve basic system information about a Haiku-OS system.

METHODS ^

new()

Create a new Haiku::SysInfo object

cpu_count()

Return the number of CPUs.

cpu_type()

Return the cpu type as a number. See the enum cpu_types in OS.h. You may find cpu_brand_string() more useful. eg. this returns 69738 (0x1106a) on my Intel Core i7.

cpu_revision

Return the CPU revision.

cpu_clock_speed

Return the CPU clock speed in Hz.

bus_clock_speed

Return the bus clock speed in Hz. This is zero on my box.

platform_type

Return the platform type. See enum platform_types in OS.h. This is 2 for x86.

max_pages

Total number of memory pages. This is 130800 for my 512MB VM.

used_pages

Number of used memory pages. This was 21678 while running make install for perl.

kernel_name

The name of the running kernel. This is kernel_x86 for my x86 kernel.

kernel_build_date
kernel_build_time

The kernel build date and time. This is "Jun 18 2011" and "08:26:42" for my system.

kernel_version

The kernel version. This is "1" for my system.

cpu_brand_string

Returns the CPU brand string as returned by CPUID. This is "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 950 @ 3.07GHz" for my system.

AUTHOR ^

Tony Cook <tonyc@cpan.org>

LICENSE ^

Haiku::SysInfo is licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.

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