How do I check the resource utilization for my SageMaker notebook instance?
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I started an Amazon SageMaker notebook instance to train models, or to load large datasets, and the notebook instance appears to be frozen. How do I view my SageMaker instance resource use?
When using the SageMaker notebook instance resources to prototype, train models, or when working with large datasets, SageMaker’s browser or notebook instances might appear unresponsive. If your browser or notebook instances appear unresponsive, you can view your SageMaker resource utilization to view current resource use.
You can view your SageMaker resource utilization using one of the following approaches:
Running Linux-based commands
Reviewing Amazon CloudWatch metrics
Viewing SageMaker resource utilization with Linux commands
SageMaker notebook instances are based on Amazon Linux. You can run Linux commands from the SageMaker terminal to view SageMaker resource utilization.
To run SageMaker Linux commands to view your resource utilization, do the following: