NUMA (non-uniform memory access) has been written about ad nauseam. For those fans of POWER processors out there, we’ll show briefly in this blog what the NUMA looks like on a dual-socket POWER9 development system.
Since the dawn of time, humans have looked for ways to make their lives easier. Over the centuries human ingenuity has given us inventions such as the wheel and simple machines – which help greatly with tasks that would otherwise be extremely laborious.
In my last blog, we ran through an example showing how IBM Spectrum LSF now automatically detects the presence of NVIDIA GPUs on hosts in the cluster and performs the necessary configuration of the scheduler automatically.