👓 A web interface of gpustat: monitor GPU clusters at a look
gpustatacross multiple nodes.
NOTE: This project is in alpha stage. Errors and exceptions are not well handled, and it might use much network resources. Please use at your own risk!
Launch the application as follows. SSH connections will be established to each of the specified hosts. Make sure ssh works under a proper authentication scheme such as SSH key (e.g.
id-rsa). It is known that asyncssh does NOT obey
~/.ssh/configfile (e.g. alias, username, keyfile), so just be aware of this.
python -m gpustat_web --port 48109 HOST1 [... HOSTN]
Python 3.6+ is required.
By default the web server will run as a HTTP server. If you want to run a secure SSL/TLS server over the HTTPS protocol, use
--ssl-keyfileoption. You can use letsencrypt (
certbot) to create a pair of SSL certificate and keyfile.
Troubleshoothing: Verify SSL/TLS handshaking (if TLS connections cannot be established)
openssl s_client -showcerts -connect YOUR_HOST.com:PORT < /dev/null
To see CPU usage as well:
python -m gpustat_web --exec 'gpustat --color --gpuname-width 25 && echo -en "CPU : \033[0;31m" && cpu-usage | ascii-bar 27'
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