tlp-stat

Purpose

View TLP’s configuration, system information, kernel power saving settings and battery data.

Invocation without options shows all information categories

sudo tlp-stat

View battery data

sudo tlp-stat -b
sudo tlp-stat --battery

Add -v to see battery voltages (if available).

View active configuration

tlp-stat -c
tlp-stat --config

View the difference between defaults and user configuration

Version 1.4 and higher

tlp-stat --cdiff

View disk device information

sudo tlp-stat -d
sudo tlp-stat --disk

View PCIe device information

sudo tlp-stat -e
sudo tlp-stat --pcie

Version 1.4 and higher: add -v to see device runtime status.

View graphics card information

sudo tlp-stat -g
sudo tlp-stat --graphics

View processor information

sudo tlp-stat -p
sudo tlp-stat --processor

Version 1.4 and higher: for clarity the standard output shows only cpu0, add -v to see all.

View radio device states

tlp-stat -r
tlp-stat --rfkill

View system information

tlp-stat -s
tlp-stat --system

View temperatures and fan speed

tlp-stat -t
tlp-stat --temp

View USB device information

tlp-stat -u
tlp-stat --usb

Version 1.4 and higher: add -v to see device runtime status.

Show more information in battery, PCIe, processor and USB categories

tlp-stat -v
tlp-stat --verbose

Diagnostics and debugging

Monitor power supply udev events:

sudo tlp-stat -P
sudo tlp-stat --pev

View power supply diagnostics:

tlp-stat --psup

View trace output:

sudo tlp-stat -T
sudo tlp-stat --trace

Check if udev rules for power source changes and connecting USB devices are active:

Version 1.4 and higher

tlp-stat --udev

View warnings about SATA disks:

tlp-stat -w
tlp-stat --warn

Please refer to Warnings for details.