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Manual Reference Pages  -  QGPUMODE (1)


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NAME

qgpumode - change GPU mode

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Operands
Standard Error
Exit Status
See Also

SYNOPSIS

qgpumode -H host -g gpuid -m mode

DESCRIPTION

The qgpumode command will request a MOM to change the mode on one of it’s Nvidia GPUs. The GPU’s mode is changed by sending a GPU Control batch request to the batch server.

Changing the GPU mode requires PBS Operator or Manager privilege. It also requires that Torque be configured with --enable-nvidia-gpu.

OPTIONS

-H host Specifies the host within the cluster on which the GPU is located. The argument is the name of a host that is a member of the cluster of hosts managed by the server.
-g gpuid Specifies the ID of the GPU.
-m mode Specifies the new mode of the GPU. Valid Nvidia GPU modes are:
0 - Normal mode.
1 - COMPUTE exclusive thread mode (only one COMPUTE thread is allowed to run on the GPU).
2 - COMPUTE prohibited mode (no COMPUTE contexts are allowed to run on the GPU).
3 - COMPUTE exclusive process mode (only one COMPUTE process is allowed to run on the GPU). This mode is new with Nvidia driver version 270.

OPERANDS

None


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STANDARD ERROR

The qgpumode command will write a diagnostic messages to standard error for each error occurrence.

EXIT STATUS

Upon successful processing of all the operands presented to the qgpumode command, the exit status will be a value of zero.

If the qgpumode command fails to process any operand, the command exits with a value greater than zero.

SEE ALSO

pbs_mom(8B) and pbs_server(8B)

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