The O2-All Sky Gravitational Wave Search on GPUs - discussion thread.

DF1DX
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Yes, I know. I've tried them

Yes, I know. I've tried them all.
But for the injection run there is no checkbox yet.

mikey
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DF1DX wrote:Yes, I know. I've

DF1DX wrote:
Yes, I know. I've tried them all.
But for the injection run there is no checkbox yet.

I see that now, sorry.

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DF1DX wrote:But for the

DF1DX wrote:
But for the injection run there is no checkbox yet.

*sigh*

Always the same. Takes mostly weeks/months until new apps are "free" for everyone. Wonder how long it will take this time... :-\

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Continuous Gravitational Wave

Continuous Gravitational Wave search O2 All-Sky

Microsoft Windows running on an AMD x86_64 or Intel EM64T CPU 1.02 (GW-opencl-nvidia) (beta test)

Nvidia GTX 960, crunching 1x ... a task completed in 7 h 25 min

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Earlier today Bernd posted a

Earlier today Bernd posted a notice reading "We completed our GPU port of the GW app such that it can now also process the current O2AS tasks efficiently. There is now a GPU version of the O2AS20-500 app available for Beta testing."

I tried enabling both

       Beta Testing|Run test applications
and Applications: Continuous Gravitational Wave search O2 All-Sky

on the location-specific Einstein project preferences for one of my hosts.  It promptly downloaded a task, and I suspended all other work so that it started up immediately.

That task did not run what I would term "efficiently".

In particular, while it used nearly a full CPU, the GPU usage was very low (intermittent but averaging far under 10%).

I kept some watch using task properties and did see that it began saving checkpoints after a couple of minutes.  After an initial period of "fake progress," it settled down to a pattern which suggested it would take a number of hours to complete.

This seemed very like the most recent flavor of Einstein GW work I ran a number of weeks ago, not like an "efficient" performance-enhanced variant.  I confess that I aborted it after about 2/3 of an hour of running time with reported progress well under 10%.

Just possibly the task I got was not of the newest flavor.

The task name was: h1_0510.25_O2C02Cl1In0__O2AS20-500_510.40Hz_616_0

Application name was: Continuous Gravitational Wave search O2 All-Sky v1.02 (GW-opencl-ati) windows_x86_64

The host runs under Windows 10, using an AMD RX 570 graphics GPU, with a very modern, but not especially fast Intel CPU (i5-9400F) with several spare real cores.

Perhaps the real, new, beta-test one is different from this one.  Does anyone know?

 

 

 

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The previous chat here was

The previous chat here was about the Injection app vs O2 app mentioned in the other thread. Neither seem to work.

Gary Roberts
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Bernd seems a bit perplexed

Bernd seems a bit perplexed by this particular turn of events.Surprised

Cheers,
Gary.

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What the point of having GPU

What's the point of having GPU applications if that only uses 10% of the GPU ? My GPUs don't even switch to boost clocks, I feel like I'm wasting resources ...

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Version 1.03 is clearly

Version 1.03 is clearly better than the previous ones.

DF1DX
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Version 1.04 is significantly

Version 1.04 is significantly faster than 1.03 yesterday.

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