NOTE: “Serviceguard does not support communication across routers between nodes in the same cluster.
In MXNet, we set the “–data-nthreads” to 16 instead of the default value 4. In our testing, we found the default value 4 is enough for P100 but for V100 we need to set it at least 12 to achieve good performance, with a value of 16 being ideal. The default value is often sufficient to decode more than 1K images per second but still not fast enough for V100 GPU.
This also means that the nodes will reside in different subnets. The cluster software used later supports RHEL, SLES, CentOS and Oracle .
The key contributor to this shift is the notion that serverless computing relies on a much more granular decomposition of your system, requiring each function of a service to be built, deployed, and managed independently. Adopting a serverless model requires developers to adopt a new mindset. In many respects, serverless takes the spirit of microservices to the extreme. Serverless touches nearly every dimension of how developers decompose application domains, build and package code, deploy services, version releases, and manage environments.
Figure 5 shows the results of 1-4 individual jobs on one C4130 with V100s and the numbers indicate that those individual jobs have little impact on each other. Without any card to card communication, the 5% better performance on SXM2 is contributed by its higher clock speed. To compensate for a single job’s weak scaling on multiple GPUs, there is another use case promoted by AMBER developers, which is running multiple jobs in the same node concurrently but where each job uses only 1 or 2 GPUs. The aggregate throughput of multiple individual jobs scales linearly in this case. This is because AMBER is designed to run pretty much entirely on the GPUs and has very low dependency on the CPU.
Hence a fast, direct interconnect like NVLink between all GPUs in SXM2 (Config K) is vital for AMBER multiple GPU performance. On the PCIe (Config G) side, 1 and 2 cards perform similar to SXM2, but 4 cards’ results dropped sharply. This is because PCIe (Config G) only supports Peer-to-Peer access between GPU0/1 and GPU2/3 and not among all four GPUs. Figure 4 illustrates AMBER’s results with Satellite Tobacco Mosaic Virus (STMV) dataset. Even though the scaling is not strong, V100 has noticeable improvement than P100, giving ~78% increase in single card runs, and 1x V100 is actually 23% faster than 4x P100. On SXM2 system (Config K), AMBER scales weakly with 2 and 4 GPUs. Since AMBER has redesigned the way data transfers among GPUs to address the PCIe bottleneck, it relies heavily on Peer-to-Peer access for performance with multiple GPU cards.
This is useful for applications requiring a lot of peer-to-peer data transfers between GPUs. All four V100-SXM2 GPUs in the C4130 are connected by NVLink™ and each GPU has six links. The bi-directional bandwidth of each link is 50 GB/s, so the bi-directional bandwidth between different GPUs is 300 GB/s.
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