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zabbix-nvidia-smi-multi-gpu

A zabbix template using nvidia-smi. Works with multiple GPUs on Windows and Linux.

Features:

  • low-level discovery of all the graphics cards
  • item prototypes for:
    • fan speed
    • total, free and used memory
    • power draw in decaWatts (tens of Watts, so that it can fit in the graphs nicely)
    • temperature
    • utilization
  • a graph prototype having the fan speed, power draw and temperature in one graph
  • trigger prototypes set at different GPU temperatures
  • a batch script for low-level discovery on Windows
  • a BASH script for low-level discovery on Linux

Events caused by the triggers: Triggers:

And the graphs: Graphs

This is essentially a multi-GPU rewrite of RichardKav's template, as found here: https://github.com/RichardKav/zabbix-nvidia-smi-integration/

On Windows:

  • Add the contents of the file userparameter_nvidia-smi.conf.windows to your zabbix_agentd.conf file.
  • The Windows script get_gpus_info.bat file should be put in C:\scripts\
  • It doesn't have any dependencies, other than having nvidia-smi.exe
  • Of course, it is possible to use other paths, but:
    • In case you change C:\scripts, you need to update the "UserParameter=gpu.discovery" line in zabbix_agentd.conf
    • In case you have installed nvidia-smi.exe in an alternate location, you need to update both the get_gpus_info.bat and the zabbix_agentd.conf

On Linux:

The following UserParameters need to be added to the zabbix-agent configuration:

  • Add the contents of the file userparameter_nvidia-smi.conf.linux to your zabbix_agentd.conf file.
  • The get_gpus_info.sh file should be put in /etc/zabbix/scripts/ and made executable by running chmod +x get_gpus_info.sh

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