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    How to identify individual GPUs in Linux

    Ok, I suspect you might be misunderstanding what I am asking. I need a way to track individual GPUs through a large system many of which are the same make and model. Thus what I need is a unique identifier for each GPU such as a serial number or Mac Address. This is why I started with the -isr...
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    How to identify individual GPUs in Linux

    As I don't have access right now (Thanksgiving) I will try that and reply asap. Just for the record what would I be looking for? Will this give me access to the SN or something?
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    How to identify individual GPUs in Linux

    I tried dmesg and couldn't find anything that was unique other than PCIE slots. Perhaps I should have been more clear, I am trying to give each GPU a unique ID so I can track them through a large system. For instance, I need to be able to track them when I move them between motherboards etc.
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    How to identify individual GPUs in Linux

    I am trying to figure out a way to identify individual GPUs on a linux system. From what I understand I should be able to do this using atiflash -isr should allow me to do this easily. However, the command doesn't seem to work, I am not sure if I am misinterpreting the command or if it is simply...
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    How to use atiflash -prod?

    I tried posting this in the ATI-tool forum but I just noticed that this forum gets a lot more attention so I thought I would try posting it here. Sorry if this is not allowed, please feel free to delete this. I am trying to create unique IDs for my AMD GPUs in linux. When type it says...
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    How to use -prod?

    I am trying to create unique IDs for my AMD GPUs in linux. When type it says but then when I type it says What am I missing?
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