The error message indicates that the shared memory has no permission to be used, The permission of /dev/shm is found to be 755, not 777, causing the error. The issue can be resolved after the permission is changed to 777. To change and verify the changes:
I have put up a article from Nvidia Perspective on the Top 500 Interconnect Trends. There is another article put up by the NextPlatform that took a closer look at the Infiniband and Ethernet Trends
The penetration of Ethernet rises as the list fans out, as you might expect, with many academic and industry HPC systems not being able to afford InfiniBand or not willing to switch away from Ethernet. And as those service providers, cloud builders, and hyperscalers run Linpack on small portions of their clusters for whatever political or business reasons they have. Relatively slow Ethernet is popular in the lower half of the Top500 list, and while InfiniBand gets down there, its penetration drops from 70 percent in the Top10 to 34 percent in the complete Top500.
Nvidia’s InfiniBand has 34 percent share of Top500 interconnects, with 170 systems, but what has not been obvious is the rise of Mellanox Spectrum and Spectrum-2 Ethernet switches on the Top500, which accounted for 148 additional systems. That gives Nvidia a 63.6 percent share of all interconnects on the Top500 rankings. That is the kind of market share that Cisco Systems used to enjoy for two decades in the enterprise datacenter, and that is quite an accomplishment.
Taken from The Next Platform “The Eternal Battle Between Infiniband and Ethernet”
There is this question that I wanted to find out about deep learning. What are essential System, Network, Protocol that will speed up the Training and/or Inferencing. There may not be necessary to employ the same level of requirements from Training to Inferencing and Vice Versa. I have received this information during a Nvidia Presentation
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