[torquedev] [torqueusers] Performance of non-GPU codes on GPU nodes reduced by nvidia-smi overhead
dbeer at adaptivecomputing.com
Wed Feb 22 13:53:16 MST 2012
This is now officially in the list of things to do, and I'll keep you
updated on it. That may sound terrible, but it should be done quickly.
On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 3:12 PM, Doug Johnson <djohnson at osc.edu> wrote:
> At Fri, 17 Feb 2012 13:10:41 -0700,
> David Beer wrote:
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> > Doug,
> > I have created a ticket for our documentation team to note that the TDK
> is where nvml.h can be found.
> > We also thank you for the patch. I believe there is some more work that
> needs to be done beyond just
> > this change, but we will look to get those done very soon. I think it
> would be ideal to allow people to
> > use the same binary for both GPU enabled and non-GPU enabled nodes.
> Yeah, conceptual versus actually working. There's no really proper
> way to do this with how the gpu code is currently inline with many
> ifdefs. It's a surprisingly small number of entry points that need to
> be modified. See the attached patch, this allows an NVML enabled
> build to run on either a GPU or non-GPU node. If all the GPU routines
> were moved into their own file this could be done cleanly and without
> a lot of effort.
> PS. caveat emptor with the patch, I've run two jobs on the nodes so
> it's not exactly thought out.
> PPS. Should move thread to torque devel, sorry.
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David Beer | Software Engineer
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