Starting Experiments on GPUs

In order to run experiments with GPUs, you need to specify the number of required GPUs in the job configuration:

project: ai-toaster
    cpus: 2
    mem: 4096
    gpus: 2
    name: nvidia/cuda:8.0-cudnn7-runtime
  run: >-
    python --num-layers 64
                          --learning-rate 0.01
                          --training-data /data/ai-toaster

This will allocate the requested amount of GPUs for your experiment. Note that a single job can only run on a single node. Therefore, a job cannot use more GPUs than what any single node provides. However, an experiment can contain multiple jobs as in distributed training training or even sub-experiments as in hyperparameter optimization.

Important: To make use of the GPUs, you need to use or build an image that provides the required libraries, e.g. CUDA, for GPUs. We recommend using the official nvidia/cuda or tensorflow-gpu images (if you use Tensorflow) or derivations thereof.

If your training job uses GPUs, you will be able to monitor their utilization, power usage, and temperature via the riseml monitor --gpu command:

$ riseml monitor 139 --gpu
139.train (STATE: ● RUNNING)
  ID   NAME       UTIL  MEM        POWER     TEMP  BUS ID
  0    Tesla K80  69%   10.7/11.2  126/149W  73C   0000:00:1E.0

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