The GPUManager Window

The main GPUManager window has two larger areas - the Navigation Tree on the left and Main Display Area on the right, separated by a divider bar. At the top of the window are the menu options, and at the bottom a status line.
GPUManager Window

The divider bar can be dragged left or right to allocate space between to two main areas. At the top of the divider bar are two small arrow heads: clicking on one of these arrow heads maximizes either left or right display area, and clicking the other arrow head restores the original sizes.

Navigation Tree

The Navigation Tree represents a hierarchical oranization of nodes. Tree nodes can be selected for display in the main area, or expanded to the next level by clicking the small "+" icon to the left of the node. The keyboard arrow keys can also be used to move around the tree. The tree represents a list of CPUs, attached GPUXpanders, and attached GPUs.
Color Tree Node Status
Status = Good
Status = Fault
Status = Unknown, although the network link to the CPU is good.
Status = Unknown, typically due to a network fault.

Default Window

The default window displays a list of managed CPUs in the left-hand tree view, and a corresponding table to the right displaying status for the software agent on each CPU.
The columns in the main display are:
  • Name/IP Address: the network host name or IP address of the CPU running CubixVision Agent.
  • Serial #: the serial number of the CPU. This is mainly used for Cubix Blade hardware and CubixVision support.
  • Driver Status: status of the kernel-mode driver that is responsible for gathering hardware data; normally "Running".
  • DDI Status: Display Driver Interface status. This is the interface to the GPU graphics display driver.
  • CUDA Status: status of the interface to the NVIDIA CUDA driver. Requires at least one CUDA device.
  • Last Update: data and time of the last update received from this CPU over the network.