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Bringing UCX down to commodity hardware - support socket-based client/server connection #3663
I've recently been using UCX along with Dask, a Python library for parallel computing, to speed up communications on workstations with many GPUs with NVLink. UCX has been great. Thank you all for such a useful library.
I would now like to explore using UCX on a personal laptop without GPUs for TCP and shared memory communication. I'm curious about issues that might arise when using UCX in a more commodity system. A few things come to mind.
I thought I would ask both about the particular issues above, and also about any other issues that maintainers here might anticipate.
Thank you all for reading and for your efforts on UCX. Also, @Akshay-Venkatesh originally recommended that I put this on the mailing list. I would be happy to do so if that's the right place for this kind of conversation. I just default to GitHub first.
I and @keisukefukuda working OpenUCX porting to macOS.
All of the issues in this URL is macOS specific.
This is the summary page.