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- - By cma6 (****) Date 2019-09-01 19:01
I want to run lc0 from within Aqr2018 on one of my slave systems on my lan, say the system \\archon. However, the tree files will always be located on the master system, say \\kakfa. Aqr2018 is already installed on both systems.

My idea is to install RTX 2070 Super on the slave system \\archon and feed the tasks generated over the lan to "tree.aqt" on \\kafka by running lco locally on \\archon. Is this possible?
Parent - - By mattchess (**) Date 2019-09-02 21:40
You can run remote UCI engines using RTsingleserver instances

https://chessok.com/?p=23402
Parent - By cma6 (****) Date 2019-09-03 02:44 Edited 2019-09-03 02:50
Matt, thanks for the link, which hopefully should guide me.
As it is, I already do this, running many instance of SF.exe on slave systems from Aqr IDeA on the master system.
For some reason, I thought that I had to do the opposite with lc0, e.g., install RTX 2070S on slave system \\archon. Then in Aqr running locally on slave \\archon, do infinite analysis using lc0 on a game in the Database window of Aqr on slave system, where tasks are fed over the LAN--"Send to Project"--to a project in Aqr installed on master system.
  But the link you gave me implies that I should continue as I have been all along: setup a remote engine in Aqr on the master system, labeling the remote engine "lco-Slave1"; where I have installed both lco.exe and an instance of RThome in the same folder on Slave1. Then remotely run lco (infinite analysis) on a position in a game in the Database window of Aqr on the master system. Is this last interpretation of the ChessOK article the same as yours?
  I had never seen the term "RTsingleserver instance" but is my understanding the same as what you mean by that term?
  Since there are 6 physical cpu cores on slave \\archon, by adding an Nvidia RTX 2070S to \\archon, I would in effect be adding a 7th "physical core" to \\archon. Is that the right way to look at it?
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