Intel-GPU-tools

  • Is it possible to include intel-gpu-tools in order to monitor GPU usage? I have been wanting to troubleshoot some issues with the new color management feature.

  • What is the best way to copy over the binaries? Squashfs? I don't have a build environment setup right now to compile my own version with the binaries.

    • Official Post

    Just SCP things to /storage and they should run. You can always bind-mount things to other locations if they really need to exist in other location. If they are static build they should just work. If not static, we may have the deps, or not..


    NB: Are these binaries that we build but don't copy into the image .. or binaries from another package that we don't have in our build system?

  • I tried extracting the binaries from a recent Ubuntu .deb and running intel_gpu_top from the /storage folder. I got the error


    error while loading shared libraries: libunwind.so.8: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory


  • I tried extracting the binaries from a recent Ubuntu .deb and running intel_gpu_top from the /storage folder. I got the error


    error while loading shared libraries: libunwind.so.8: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory


    That just means, it is not statically build.


    Gerald

  • @awiuoy


    Just tested by running intel_gpu_top and it worked as expected. Thank you very much!


    For those who want to monitor GPU usage in Intel GPUs, install the addon, ssh in, and run "intel_gpu_top". There are other tools included as well but the top tool was the most interesting to me.

    Edited once, last by Jdiesel ().