Omnisci on IBM Power AC922 Ubuntu

Need guidance to install Omnisci on IBM Power 922 (2x GPU NVDIA V100). Thanks

Hi @bagusbrontosie,

Welcome to the community forum.

As far I know we didn’t supply PPC binaries on Ubuntu. but I asked internally, so stay tuned.

Have you tried to build from source?

Hi Candido, thanks for your support. Kindly advice how to build from source :slight_smile:

Best regards,
Bagus

Hi @bagusbrontosie,

I talked with ut engineers, and we didn’t provide the binaries anymore for PPC, because of lack of demand, but they will try to provide one in a few days, if they have some spare time.

In the meantime you could try to compile by yourself.

go to omniscidb’s GitHub page and clone the repository

to compile the database with GPU support, you have to install Cuda software from Nvidia you can check if you have already installed running nvidia-smi command

mapd@zion16:~$ nvidia-smi
Mon Nov  9 22:06:43 2020
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| NVIDIA-SMI 430.64       Driver Version: 430.64       CUDA Version: 10.1     |

I have CUDA 10.1 installed nto my workstantion.

Edit the file scripts/mapd-deps-ubuntu.sh and comment out the lines from 188 thru 205 and 210 thru 267 (10x @andrew )

and

Then go in the Ubuntu section of the page and check the subsections

### Environment Variables
### CUDA
### Building Dependencies
then try to build the software

if everything is successful just follow the usual configuration steps

https://docs.omnisci.com/installation-and-configuration/installation/installing-on-ubuntu/ubuntu-tarball-gpu-os#configuration

Best regards.