GL-Z 0.5.0 released, Raspberry Pi CPU and GPU Monitoring Improved (Updated: 0.5.0.1 for Linux with GLIBC 2.23)




GL-Z on Raspberry Pi 4 - CPU and GPU monitoring utility



1 – Release Notes

A new version of GL-Z is available for Windows 64-bit, Linux 64-bit and Raspberry Pi (for Raspbian Buster only). GL-Z is a CPU / GPU monitoring and OpenGL / Vulkan information utility made with GeeXLab.

This new version of GL-Z improves the CPU and GPU monitoring support especially on Raspberry Pi platform. And now, the CPU / GPU monitoring is the default mode when GL-Z is launched. If you want to display all data, you have to use the GLZ_all.{bat|sh} script.

 
GL-Z on Windows 10 + Intel Core i7 8700K + NVIDIA GeForce GPUs:
GL-Z on Windows + Intel CPU + NVIDIA GeForce - CPU and GPU monitoring

GL-Z on Windows + Intel CPU + NVIDIA GeForce - CPU and GPU monitoring + OpenGL and Vulkan

 
GL-Z on Raspberry Pi 4 (Raspbian Buster):
GL-Z on Raspberry Pi 4 - CPU and GPU monitoring

GL-Z on Raspberry Pi 4 - CPU and GPU monitoring + OpenGL info

 
GL-Z on Linux Mint 19.2 + AMD RyZen 7 1700 CPU:
GL-Z on Linux + AMD RyZen 7 1700 CPU - CPU monitoring

 

2 – Changelog

Version 0.5.0.1 - 2019/11/27
- Linux: updated with GLIBC 2.23 support + GeeXLab GeeXLab 0.29.7.


Version 0.5.0 - 2019/10/04
- Raspberry Pi: added monitoring of CPU and GPU clock speeds, voltage and temperatures.
- all platforms: updated the CPU and GPU monitoring. The OpenGL memory load has been added 
  to the monitoring section.
- updated the csv file export
- updated with latest GeeXLab 0.29.3 / 0.29.2 versions.




13 thoughts on “GL-Z 0.5.0 released, Raspberry Pi CPU and GPU Monitoring Improved (Updated: 0.5.0.1 for Linux with GLIBC 2.23)”

    1. JeGX Post Author

      Download the zip file for Linux 64-bit, unzip it where you want and double click on GLZ. If you have a recent version of Linux Ubuntu (with GLIBC 2.27), it should run. You can also start GLZ in command line using GLZ_all.sh.

  1. djordje

    I tired that. I got massage
    delevic@rig:~/Downloads/GLZ_0.5.0_linux64$ ./GLZ_all.sh
    ./GLZ: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.27′ not found (required by /home/delevic/Downloads/GLZ_0.5.0_linux64/dylibs/libgxc_r_linux_x64.so)

      1. JeGX Post Author

        I will try again to force GeeXLab core libs to use older versions of gclib. I did that years ago and it worked fine but the last time I tried, I spent (wasted is better) hours without success…

    1. JeGX Post Author

      Raspbian is 32-bit, GL-Z is for Raspbian => GL-Z is 32-bit
      Ask the Raspberry Pi Foundation to release a 64-bit version of Raspbian.

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