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With the NetQ UI, you can monitor hardware resources of individual data processing units (DPUs), including CPU utilization, disk usage, and memory utilization.

For DPU inventory information, refer to DPU Inventory.

View Overall Health of a DPU

For an overview of the current or past health of DPU hardware resources, open the DPU device card. To open a DPU device card:

  1. Click Devices in the header, then click Open a device card.

  2. Select a DPU from the dropdown.

  3. Click Add. This example shows that the r-netq-bf2-01 DPU has low utilization across CPU, memory, and disks:

    DPU card displaying CPU, memory, and disk utilization statistics

View DPU Attributes

For a quick look at the key attributes of a particular DPU, expand the DPU card.

Attributes are displayed as the default tab on the large DPU card. You can view the static information about the DPU, including its hostname, ASIC vendor and model, CPU information, OS version, and agent version.

large DPU card displaying static DPU information

To view a larger display of hardware resource utilization, select large DPU card displaying hardware utilization data Utilization.

View Installed Packages

To view, filter, or export the list of installed packages on a particular DPU, expand the card to its largest size:

list of packages installed on a DPU

To read more about NVIDIA BlueField DPUs and the DOCA Telemetry Service, refer to the DOCA SDK Documentation.