Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2021 20:25:07 +0100 From: Michał Majchrowicz <sectroyer@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Multi-gpu setup > Not really, but as a hack you can list your faster GPU multiple times, > like this: > > ./john -fork=3 -dev=1,1,2 -format=something-opencl hash In my case it wouldn't be so easy as the difference between those two gpus was something around 13 to 15 and don't want to create so many forks there :) > This will run two concurrent instances of the OpenCL kernel on device 1, > but only one instance on device 2, still splitting the work between the > three instances equally - thus, giving device 1 twice more work. > > As a cleaner workaround, you can run separate instances with "--node": > > ./john -se=1 -dev=1 -node=1-2/3 -format=something-opencl hash > > and concurrently: > > ./john -se=2 -dev=2 -node=3/3 -format=something-opencl hash This looks interesting. I already switched to separate dictionaries for every gpu on each node for now. Tough with your syntax I noticed you do NOT use --fork so does that mean with -se it will not require -node=1-15/28 to run 15 forks for single gpu ? :)
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