[PyCUDA] pycuda and CULA R10
GARRETT B WRIGHT
garrett.wright at temple.edu
Thu Jan 13 06:59:42 PST 2011
Is that devdriver an Nvidia Developer (or beta) version? It was not listed
on their "Get CUDA" website. I had such issues with devel versions before
(including the RC versions)... Can you try rolling back your driver to
260.19.26 to see if it resolves the issue? I will try to find your driver
version after breakfast. At least we may narrow down something
On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 11:27 PM, Lev Givon <lev at columbia.edu> wrote:
> Received from GARRETT B WRIGHT on Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 08:20:27PM EST:
> > Hello,
> > I have the following setup and cannot reproduce your error from the test
> > snippet. I spent a few minutes changing my PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH to
> > if I could break it.
> > CUDAtoolkit 3.2.16
> > CUDA devdriver 260.19.26
> > PyCUDAv2011.1
> > CULA-R10
> > I had such failures with CUDA-RC, RC2 and some devel versions. Once the
> > release versions of the various packages were all released I was able to
> > all the libraries to work simultaneously for my PyCULA project, including
> > those from your scikit.cuda...
> > Can you give more detail as to what you are running?
> My system is running
> CUDA toolkit 3.2.16
> NVIDIA driver 260.19.29
> PyCUDA 0.94.2
> Python 2.6.5
> CULA premium R10 for x86_64
> The latest development release of scikits.cuda (available on github).
> The GPU is a GTX 260. The CUDA toolkit libraries are installed in
> /usr/lib64; the CULA libraries are installed in
> /usr/lib64/cula_premium (with a file in /etc/ld.so.conf.d containing
> that path).
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