High: It blocks me to complete my task.
I’m playing with Ray in order to speed up an algorithm I’m using to create noise for a game I’m developing. I’m developing on my laptop which is very underpowered but I have a machine with a GTX 1070 under the stairs which I’m trying to utilise by having a Ray Actor generate the noise values.
The problem I’m having is that on my laptop I can’t install Cupy as my GPU doesn’t support CUDA. I’ve noticed you can use Environments with Ray, so I’ve setup my actor as follows:
runtime_env = RuntimeEnv(pip=["perlin_cupy", "cupy-cuda11x", "numpy"]) ray.init("ray://192.168.1.6:8888", runtime_env=runtime_env)
I think this should work however I can’t start up the project locally as I get a runtime error:
perlin_cupy/perlin3d.py", line 1, in
import cupy as cp
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘cupy’
This isn’t surprising as I can’t install the package, however I’d assume this is a common issue and may be easily resolved?