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can GPUShark output recorded data to a command line?
« on: March 22, 2019, 07:03:20 PM »
I'm looking to build a solution that outputs important GPU details to text - perhaps all to a JSON object that I can then pipe into an MQTT subscription client.  The objective is to have live temperature and load data sent to a server which would then react accordingly - e.g. displaying current details on another device (like a tablet or re-tasked phone), sending alert notifications if something's getting too hot or even doing things like turning on a fan in a room if the GPU is getting too hot. 
The crucial thing has been to find something that outputs this data either to text or can put out something that can be sent to an MQTT (or similar) server;  I'm wondering if this has ever been considered as an option for GPUShark?