The Configuration Options Dialog is accessed from the main menu "Options" -> "Configuration".
Alert Configuration enables or disables the sending of alert messages, and lets you decide what events should trigger an alert.
This option enables or disables all alerts. When disabled, all alerting is turned off.
To send alerts to your cellphone or pager, see "Recipient eMail Address".
to send alerts via email, you must also enable email in the "eMail Configuration" dialog.
Message Consolidation avoids sending a large number of messages over a short time period, for
example when a GPU is hovering around a critical temperature.
If you select "Consolidate messages", then alert messages will be grouped
together and sent either after a time period that you specify, or when the consolidated alert
message has reached a size that you specify.
- Delay: set the delay period before a consolidated alert report will be sent. Alerts
will be grouped into a consolidated report and sent when the delay period expires.
- Maximum Size: set the maximum size of a consolidated alert report. Alerts will be
grouped into a consolidated report and sent when the report reaches the specified size in
Regular Status Reports
Regular Status Reports lets you setup an alert report at regular time intervals, even when there are
no alerts. With regular status reports, you know that GPUManager Console is still running and all
CPUs/GPUs are being monitored.
- Report Interval: set the time interval for regular status reports. After the time
period that you specify expires, any pending alerts are sent together with a summary report for the
The Message Status area shows the results when using the "Test Alert" button.
The "Test Alert" button lets you check that alerting is working by attempting to send a simple text