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IBAM(1) 																   IBAM(1)

NAME
IBAM - the Intelligent Battery Monitor SYNOPSIS
ibam [options] DESCRIPTION
IBAM-0.3, the Intelligent Battery Monitor (C) 2001-2004 Sebastian Ritterbusch OPTIONS
-h, --help displays help message -v, --version displays software version -b, --bios show bios apm guesses -s, --seconds displays times in seconds -c, --correctseconds displays changes in seconds -r, --readonly no files will be updated -a, --all show ALL information --battery show battery time --batteryadaptive show adaptive battery time --batterybios show bios battery time guess --percentbattery show battery percentage --percentbios show bios percentage --charge show charge time --chargeadaptive show adaptive charge time --percentcharge show charge percentage --totalbattery show total battery time --totalbatteryadaptive show adaptive total battery --totalcharge show total charge time --totalchargeadaptive show adaptive total charge --plot[=profiles] use gnuplot to plot battery and charge graphs and plot the last <profiles> additional profiles --plotderivations same as above plus standard deviations --plotdeviations same as above plus standard deviations --import import V0.1 data from current directory --profile enable additional yet unused profiling --noprofile disable additional profiling --credits to everyone contributing to ibam AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Martin Wuertele <martin@wuertele.net> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). 2 IBAM(1)

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BATTERY-STATS(5)						File Formats Manual						  BATTERY-STATS(5)

NAME
battery-stats - collected battery statistics DESCRIPTION
The battery-stats contains statistics about battery charge over time, as collected by the battery-stats-collector (8) daemon. FORMAT
Each line in the file represents one sample and is of the form: <seconds> <charge%> <powermode> <UTC-date> <UTC-time> separated by spaces and terminated by a newline. Where: seconds is the number of seconds since 1st Jan 1970 00:00:00 UTC charge% is the battery charge a number between 0 and 100 powermode indicates the power mode: 0 A/C off 1 On battery 2 On backup power UTC-date a human-readable date in the format YYYY/MM/DD. Note that this is in UTC, not the local or system timezone. UTC-time a human-readable time in the format HH:MM:SS (using a 24-hour clock). Note that this is in UTC, not the local or system timezone. minutes-left is the BIOS estimate of how many minutes of running time the battery would provide. This may be unreliable, depending on the BIOS through which it was collected. EXAMPLE
A battery under charge might result in the following samples: 1032651245 27 1 2002/09/21 23:34:05 94 1032651275 28 1 2002/09/21 23:34:35 97 1032651305 29 1 2002/09/21 23:35:05 100 1032651335 30 1 2002/09/21 23:35:35 103 1032651365 30 1 2002/09/21 23:36:05 106 FILES
The default set-up is to save battery statistics in /var/log and rotate the logs weekly, which results in this set of files: /var/log/battery-stats - current (most recent) statistics /var/log/battery-stats.[0-9]+ - less recent statistics /var/log/battery-stats.[0-9]+.gz - ancient statistics SEE ALSO
battery-graph(1), battery-stats-collector(8). AUTHOR
Karl E. Jorgensen <karl@jorgensen.com> September 23, 2002 BATTERY-STATS(5)
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