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We have been granted to access to Intel DevCloud with 2 FPGA's connected. After connecting with the cluster via SSH, not able to see the FPGAs. How to view them and how to use them to run ML algorithms? Thanks in advance!

SGora1
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Pallavi_S_Intel
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Hi ,

 

Thank you for reaching out to us .

We have contacted our concerned team regarding this . We will get back to you soon.

 

Hazlina_R_Intel
Moderator
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Hi,

To make it work you have to execute the following instruction:

 

lsipci | grep accel

fpgaconf -B 0x3b hello_afu.gbs

 

Above works on nodes n137, n138 and n139.

 

I hope this helps.

SGora1
Beginner
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Hi,

 

I connected via SSH and tried running the above commands. They didn't work maybe because I am on the login node 'login-1'. By running 'pbdnodes' I am able to view all the compute nodes available but n137, n138 and n139 are not listed among those.

 

Kindly advise further. Thanks in advance.

Lawrence_L_Intel
Employee
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Please refer to the material at https://github.com/intel/FPGA-Devcloud. Section 6.1 of the Access instructions explain how to find and login in to a compute node with FPGA cards attached. Thanks

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