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How to track an event of getting a license?
Hi all, is there some way under Linux except monitoring "nvidia-smi -q | grep License" to know when vGPU license is active? There is nothing in man nvidia-gridd. I have one service that depends on CUDA so it needs to be (re)started when vGPU becomes licensed. Thank you.
Hi all, is there some way under Linux except monitoring "nvidia-smi -q | grep License" to know when vGPU license is active? There is nothing in man nvidia-gridd. I have one service that depends on CUDA so it needs to be (re)started when vGPU becomes licensed. Thank you.

#1
Posted 05/20/2020 11:32 AM   
Hi The License is automatically allocated and active when the VM boots and stays active until the VM is rebooted / powered off. If your CUDA dependant service can have a delayed start, then it shouldn't need to be restarted. Regards MG
Hi

The License is automatically allocated and active when the VM boots and stays active until the VM is rebooted / powered off. If your CUDA dependant service can have a delayed start, then it shouldn't need to be restarted.

Regards

MG

#2
Posted 05/21/2020 01:32 PM   
Thank you for your reply. But how can I determine a moment when license is active on my VM? There may be networking problems and license will be active not very quickly after VM start...
Thank you for your reply. But how can I determine a moment when license is active on my VM? There may be networking problems and license will be active not very quickly after VM start...

#3
Posted 06/03/2020 05:26 PM   
Hi Your VM will experience poor performance and reduced functionality if a license has not been allocated. Frame rate limitations and reduced resolution will be the main things that are noticeable. Which version of Linux are you running? Regards MG
Hi

Your VM will experience poor performance and reduced functionality if a license has not been allocated. Frame rate limitations and reduced resolution will be the main things that are noticeable.

Which version of Linux are you running?

Regards

MG

#4
Posted 06/03/2020 08:49 PM   
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