I find sudo ~/tegrastats no use. It shows no such file. So how can I monitor my GPU performance? Thx
On the TX1, I use that :
tegrastats outputs the GPU status next to “GR3D”. It shows the utilization (0-100%) and the current clock frequency of the GPU. It also shows the temperature and power consumption of the GPU.
See here for documentation on the tegrastats output: https://docs.nvidia.com/jetson/l4t/Tegra%20Linux%20Driver%20Package%20Development%20Guide/AppendixTegraStats.html#wwpID0E0SB0HA
(also interested; thanks)
well. nvidia support doesn’t care that I cannot see these threads
apparently I can still comment. so all the Linus Torvalds to you @nvidia
Hi cipy, are you having trouble viewing threads? Just checked your forum account and it appears normal.
ok, it doesn’t work with Safari on Mac. I can login but I cannot see anything but thread titles
with Firefox on Mac works well
and a bit on topic, I found the other day
which is quite cool for Nano too
Would you mind posting this behavior to our Forum Feedback forum so our forum admins can take a look? Thanks.
Can you please tell me what version OS & Safari you are running? I am looking into this now.
I am not able to replicate your issue on the latest OS and version of Safari. Please let us know what versions you are running.
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github.com/rbonghi has jetson_easy which you can use to install jtop. Similar to top and htop except it also has gpu information.
My tegrastats GR3D_FREQ does not have the X@Y thing. It only has X so I dot know the gpu clock frequency? It is something like this
EMC_FREQ 0% GR3D_FREQ 65% PLL@ 38C
BTW - CPU indeeds have X@Y style info though. But not the GPU as the doc claimed !!!