SNMP Monitoring of GPU?

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Darren Wright

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Message 1131432 - Posted: 24 Jul 2011, 19:05:47 UTC
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Anyone have any ideas on how to monitor GPU's remotely? I use PRTG, but would be happy with anything SNMP, maybe cacti?

I'd like to monitor TEMPS, GPU load, and clock speed.

Anyone seen MIB's for nvidia cards?

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For Windows based machines. I see there is a mib for Linux


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Message 1131449 - Posted: 24 Jul 2011, 20:08:14 UTC - in response to Message 1131432.  

Perhaps you should contat Nvidia directly as per iana.org contact?

IANA SNMP Enterprise numbers

It's the best option for an up to date, and correct mib. You could of course snmp-walk the device using the appropriate OID and enterprise number (or use a GUI like iReasoning or Servershcek MIB browser). Nvidia enterpise number is 5703.


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Message 1131766 - Posted: 25 Jul 2011, 16:36:53 UTC

How remote are you?

GPU-Z has a 'log to file' option - you can set it to log to a shared directory.


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