Bizonhelp – Changelog

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Bizonhelp will integrate more tools to help agents and customers to troubleshoot and access important AI/DL features. Check this file periodically for updates.

 

Changelog

v1.2 

## Commands list:

  • cpu-test - Stress test for your CPU to determine, clocks speed, overclocking performance and temperature monitoring, the best feature of this test is that can be run even over SSH.

  • gpu-test - GPU test will open a luxmark OpenGL test and will utilize as many cards your system has to render a file, this will stress out the video cards and if any problems with glitches or freezes the computer will show the error in 30-60 minutes.

  • gpu-dl-test - Will run Tensorflow benchmark resnet50 with batch size 64 and will use all GPUs available.

  • Nvlink - Will show the NVLINKs installed and speed between the cards, a helpful command to detect any problem with GPU communication or NVLINKs hardware related issues.

  • Nvidia-full - Will provide a full list of Nvidia GPUs installed and info like GPU memory clock speed, Max temp supported, GPU, CPU clock speed, vBios version, UUID and more.

  • jupyter-local - Will start a local Jupyter notebook for easy access and for sharing your desktop and work without creating VMs.

  • jupyter-remote - Will start a remote Jupyter server that can be connected outside the local network.
    May require special configuration on the router.

  • jupyter-help - Useful commands and remote client config to access the Jupyter notebook.

  • bizonmon - Install web monitoring UI to check GPU statistics, it can be controlled from a remote machine.

 

## Bizon Monitoring App 

  • bizonmon-start-temp - Start the monitoring app service until cancel.

  • bizonmon-start - Start the monitoring app service on the background.

  • bizonmon-stop - Will stop the process of reporting GPU status completely.

  • bizonweb-help - Useful Information about web UI.

 

## Bizon Web admin panel to control Bizon Workstations
(Headless servers)

  • bizonweb-start - Will start the web UI app to control your Bizon computer remotely from a Web browser.

  • bizonweb-status - Provide status of the web UI.

  • bizonweb-stop - Stop the webUI process.

  • bizonweb-help - Useful Information about web UI.

 

 

## DL frameworks shortcuts (NGC containers)

  • tensorflow - Open Tensorflow NGC container, make simple to launch containers without knowing the command line for docker commands. 
  • pytorch - Open Pytorch NGC container.

 

### Beta features

  • tensorflow-jupyter - Open a TensorFlow NGC container with Jupyter UI.

  • tensorflow-1gpu - Open TensorFlow container with 1x GPU available, to use multiple GPUs just type the number of GPUs you want to use.

 

 

## v1.0 

## Commands list:

  • cpu-test - Stress test for your CPU to determine, clocks speed, overclocking performance and temperature monitoring, the best feature of this test is that can be run even over SSH.

  • gpu-test - Gpu test will open a luxmark OpenGL test and will utilize as many cards your system has to render a file, this will stress out the video cards and if any problems with glitches or freezes the computer will show the error in 30-60 minutes.

  • Nvlink - Will show the NVLINKs installed and speed between the cards, a helpful command to detect any problem with GPU communication or NVLINKs hardware related issues.

  • Nvidia-full - Will provide a full list of Nvidia GPUs installed and info like GPU memory clock speed, Max temp supported, GPU, CPU clock speed, vBios version, UUID and more. 

  • jupyter-local - Will start a local Jupyter notebook for easy access and for sharing your desktop and work without creating VMs.

  • jupyter-remote - Will start a remote Jupyter server that can be connected outside the local network. May require special router configuration.

  • jupyter-help - Useful commands and remote client config to access the notebook.

  

## Contact 

Found a bug or want to incorporate new features? Please send us an email at support@bizon-tech.com



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