The TensorFlow benchmarks are open-source ML applications designed to test the performance of the TensorFlow framework.
You branch and download the TensorFlow benchmarks to your local environment. In Git, a branch is a separate line of development.
- Install Git.
sudo yum -y update sudo yum install git
- Create and make ~/bitfusion your working directory.
mkdir bitfusion cd ~/bitfusion
- Clone the Git repository of Tensorflow benchmarks to your local environment.
git clone https://github.com/tensorflow/benchmarks.git
- Navigate to the benchmarks directory and list branches of the repository.
cd benchmarks git branch -a
master remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master ... remotes/origin/cnn_tf_v1.13_compatible ... remotes/origin/cnn_tf_v2.1_compatible ...
- Do a Git checkout and list the TensorFlow benchmarks repository.
git checkout cnn_tf_v2.1_compatible
Branch cnn_tf_v2.1_compatible set up to track remote branch cnn_tf_v2.1_compatible from origin. Switched to a new branch ‘cnn_tf_v2.1_compatible’
What to do next
You can run TensorFlow benchmarks to test your vSphere Bitfusion deployment's performance. See Run TensorFlow Benchmarks.