I am using the newest scikits.cuda version I think (on Ubuntu 14.04, 64bit; several Nvidia
GPUS; CUDA 6.5):
Python 2.7.6 (default, Mar 22 2014, 22:59:56)
[GCC 4.8.2] on linux2
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Lev Givon <lev(a)columbia.edu> schrieb am 15:55 Freitag, 20.Februar 2015:
Received from samie abdul on Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 08:34:27AM EST:
thanks for the quick answer! It seems that my question is somehow related to
scikits.cuda. Executing the code attached to this email sketches the issue: By
uncommenting the line "#model.fit(a_gpu, b_gpu)", the profiling output
"compiler.py:185(compile)" vanishes. The manual PyCUDA kernel seems be
compiled beforehand (during the initializing the model). The call
"culinalg.dot", however, seems to cause the compiler output after having
initialized the model ...
What version of scikits.cuda are you using? The latest version of the dot()
function (either in GitHub or in scikits.cuda 0.5.0a2) relies entirely on the
cublas library and hence shouldn't trigger any PyCUDA kernel compilation itself.
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