It would be nice to be able to run tensorboard on a remote, especially when multiple runs are carried out concurrently. At the moment you have to pull/sync the remote runs and run tensorboard locally. But this does not allow you to easily check on your runs that are running remotely. Being able to start a remote tensorboard instance and check on it whenever you want without needing to pull or sync can make this a lot easier. A simple
--stop argument can be included to stop a remote tensorboard instance.
PS. the command for starting tensorboard is wrong in some places: