List of Commands:
- cpu-test - Stresses your CPU and monitors clock speeds and temperatures — useful for analyzing overclock performance. The best feature of this test is that it can even be run over SSH.
- gpu-test - Opens a Luxmark OpenGL test and utilizes all GPUs to render a file, stressing the video cards. If there are any GPU issues (i.e. artifacts, freezing, throttling) the computer will display the error in 30-60 minutes.
- gpu-dl-test - Runs a Tensorflow benchmark using resnet50 with batch size 64, fully utilizing all available GPUs.
- Nvlink - Outputs a list of all installed NVLinks and the transmission speed between cards — a helpful command to detect any issues with GPU communication or any hardware-related NVLink issues.
- Nvidia-full - Provides a detailed list of specs for all installed Nvidia GPUs (i.e. clock speed, max operating temps, vBIOS version, UUID, and much more)
- jupyter-local - Starts a local Jupyter notebook for easy access — useful for sharing your desktop and work without creating VMs.
- jupyter-remote - Starts a remote Jupyter server that can be connected outside the local network. May require some special configuration on your router.
- jupyter-help - Lists some useful commands and remote client config for accessing Jupyter notebook.
- bizonmon - Install a web monitoring UI for GPU statistics. It can be viewed and controlled remotely.
Bizon Monitoring App
- bizonmon-start-temp - Starts the monitoring app service until canceled.
- bizonmon-start - Starts the monitoring app service in the background.
- bizonmon-stop - Stops the monitoring service, completely.