Please provide the following info:
Hardware Platform: DRIVE AGX Xavier™ Developer Kit
Software Version: DRIVE Software 10
Host Machine Version: native Ubuntu 18.04
SDK Manager Version: 220.127.116.1138
Is there a way to manually set and increase the operating frequency of the Video Image Compositor Unit (VIC) on the DRIVE AGX platform?
I have seen a post on Jetson Xavier AGX forum (https://forums.developer.nvidia.com/t/nvvideoconvert-issue-nvvideoconvert-in-ds4-is-better-than-ds5/142115/3) where they provide a way to manually configure and increase the VIC operating frequency as follows:
Execute the following steps to run VIC in max clock : 1. Disable runtime suspend of VIC ``` $ echo on > /sys/devices/13e10000.host1x/15340000.vic/power/control ``` 2. Set userspace governor ``` $ echo userspace > /sys/devices/13e10000.host1x/15340000.vic/devfreq/15340000.vic/governor ``` 3. Set max_freq ``` $ cat /sys/devices/13e10000.host1x/15340000.vic/devfreq/15340000.vic/available_frequencies $ echo [max_freq_val] > /sys/devices/13e10000.host1x/15340000.vic/devfreq/15340000.vic/max_freq ``` 4. Set target frequency ``` $ echo [freq_val] > /sys/devices/13e10000.host1x/15340000.vic/devfreq/15340000.vic/userspace/set_freq ```
I tried to perform the same on DRIVE AGX but I could not achieve it, due to lack of “/sys/devices/13e10000.host1x/15340000.vic/devfreq” directory.
Also, is there an equivalent tool to the jetson_clocks application on DRIVE AGX to configure it in maximum performance mode?
Thanks in advance for any help.