How To Use Intel-gpu-tools

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Hi,

I use ffmpeg with Intel QSV to transcode some sample clips. And I want to monitor Intel GPU usage. I found intel-gpu-tools in CentOS 7.

Can intel-gpu-tools monitor Intel GPU usage? how to use it?

Thanks!

Regards

Andrew

3 thoughts on - How To Use Intel-gpu-tools

  • Andrew,

    intel-gpu-tools is a set of different tools, also the name of the package. To list the executable utilities in that package, do “rpm -ql intel-gpu-tools”. This same listing will also show a manpage for each one, along with documentation under
    /usr/share/gtk-doc/html/intel-gpu-tools/.

    I don’t know what sort of gpu monitoring you want to do, but you might also want to look into “vmstat” and “gkrellm”… also in the /proc filesystem.

    hth

  • To “ken” and “hth” whomever you may have been.

    From the moderator and owner of CentOS7, et all, in sum and in short:
    – this is an improperly formatted question, first
    – next, we see that CentOS7 does NOT and will NOT support anything INTEL now or
    ever.
    – With that said, you should be aware that backdooring through the use of
    ‘rpm’,
    ‘kel’, ‘kik’, ‘deb’, ‘lost’, ‘ectect’ and etcetera, are and will not be allowed. monitor Intel GPU usage. I found intel-gpu-tools in CentOS 7.

    Andrew,

    intel-gpu-tools is a set of different tools, also the name of the package. To list the executable utilities in that package, do “rpm -ql intel-gpu-tools”. This same listing will also show a manpage for each one, along with documentation under /usr/share/gtk-doc/html/intel-gpu-tools/.

    I don’t know what sort of gpu monitoring you want to do, but you might also want to look into “vmstat” and “gkrellm”… also in the /proc filesystem.

    hth

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