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Remote GPUs Monitoring.

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gputree

Hosts configuration

PATH

If no host is provided through the command line interface, gputree will look for a configuration file. By default, it looks for gputree/config.yml file in $XDG_CONFIG_HOME or ~/.config directory. You can define a custom path to find the gputree configuration file by setting the $GPUTREE_CONFIG_FILE environement variable.

export GPUTREE_CONFIG_FILE=/path/to/gputree/config.yml`

CONTENT

In the configuration file, list your default hosts to look at under the hosts key. You can specify hosts in two ways :

  1. Define a host with a unique name as key, and set its address with a user name as follows:
my-gpu:
    hostname: 0.0.0.0
    user: my.username
  1. Refer to a host defined in your ~/.ssh/config file if exists:
from-ssh-config:
    - gpu-1
    - gpu-2

EXAMPLE

Full gputree configuration file example:

hosts:
  my-gpu:
    hostname: 0.0.0.0
    user: my.username

  from-ssh-config:
    - gpu-1
    - gpu-2

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