I’m using a Jetson Xavier NX for a kiosk application and I would like to disable the Hot surface white notification that pops up. How can I do it?
I can’t answer this question, hope someone can share the experience.
I have doubts that this is part of the Jetson itself. Probably (?) it is a result of some software added to it. You add a screenshot or picture of this, plus mention the software used.
Here is a screenshot of the warning.
I’m running self-developed software that does not provide such warning. The software requires high GPU usage.
dmesg shows the following message when the warning appears:
hot-surface-alert cooling state: 0 -> 1
I don’t recognize that. It sounds like a
systemd service, but perhaps it is added by something which is optional. Do you see anything listed under:
systemctl list-units | grep -i surface
Unfortunately nothing related to hot surface or cooling is listed among systemctl services, however I may have found a solution, which is much simpler than I thought.
Since I ticked this option in the power mode settings the warning has never appeared again.
I’ll update this post if anything comes up.
That does make sense that it is a power model notification, although I’ve never seen it.
It looks like toggling the notification setting from the drop-down menu only works until the following boot.
Such notifications are handled by the following script:
notify_disable variable in said script seems to be a permanent solution:
sudo sed -i 's/notify_disable = False/notify_disable = True/g' /usr/share/nvpmodel_indicator/nvpmodel_indicator.py
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