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But we have not found the cause of this error so far. Can you make a minimal code that causes this problem? I will offer a mini code later. After that, I use multi standing processes and communicating with each other to implement similar function, but much coding then before. W, self. Thank you for the code. I can reproduce your error with Python 2. So we will investigate the problem.
I also have the same problem and i tried to execute using multiprocessing and multithreading in both cases was not possible. Networks ]. This is probably because you tried to share GPU' device memory among multiple processes. You must do everything CUDA-related in your worker processes after forking, even initialization or setting a random seed. Hi, it seems that there is no clear answer for the problem.
Any solution to the program given by ppaanngggg above? I use SharedArray to share numpy between processes. Creating cupy array in different processes is impossible. There is not easy solution for passing a CuPy array to another process in Py2 not in Windowssince the child process is always a fork of the parent, and forking a process with a CUDA context does not work correctly. If you can use Py3, there is a solution: using 'spawn' or 'forkserver' mode of multiprocessing the latter is more efficient.
It makes the child process not reuse the CUDA context used in the parent process. The fixed code is as follows be careful not to include any CUDA-related code directly in the global scope before setting the forking mode. Note that, in Windows, Py2 already uses 'spawn' mode for invoking a child process because there is no counterpart of 'fork' in Windows APIand so the following code may run in Py2 of Windows. Be careful that it actually passes the GPU array between processes, but is not zero-copy.
Multiprocessing first pickles each argument, passes them to another process, unpickles them, and passes them to the target function. CuPy ndarray supports pickling, but it actually first copies the array to NumPy ndarray and pickles it and do the inverse in unpickling.
Pickling and unpickling are too slow. This issue has been automatically marked as stale because it has not had recent activity. It will be closed after 30 days if no further activity occurs.GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. When I use pip to install cupy on windows 10, the following error reported, I am pretty sure that cupy 1. So please help me please.
Just run pip install cupy as you did before. I also have cuda 8. I am running from build tools command prompt. I agree we need a windows installation document. YesI can run cl. You still get "Unable to find a compatible Visual Studio installation" in your error log. I suggest clean installing both CUDA Also, you may need to set some environment variables such as library paths. PS: May be some subtle difference exists between our environment, be careful and test on different machine.
These are supposed to be installable without a compiler. Just download them, and install each package by pip install wheelname. Thanks hknerdgn. We now provide wheels of development releases for Windows. Try pip install cupy-cuda92 etc. Skip to content. Dismiss Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
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Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. In the former case, as an error says your environment does not have enough memory. Please reduce batch size. In the later case, it looks nvcc is not found in your PATH environment variable. Please check configuration of pycharm. The above problem is solved. But the following problem comes up. I have done the following operation.
Please use v1. At Mnist, I found this problem was caused by 'extensions. When i commented this code, i can run successfully. Save two plot images to the result dir if extensions.
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Sign in to view.In the case of query calls, this can also mean that the operation being queried is complete see cudaEventQuery and cudaStreamQuery. Common causes include dereferencing an invalid device pointer and accessing out of bounds shared memory.
The device cannot be used until cudaThreadExit is called. All existing device memory allocations are invalid and must be reconstructed if the program is to continue using CUDA. This was previously used for device emulation of kernel launches. Device emulation mode was removed with the CUDA 3. This can only occur if timeouts are enabled - see the device property kernelExecTimeoutEnabled for more information.
Although this error is similar to cudaErrorInvalidConfigurationthis error usually indicates that the user has attempted to pass too many arguments to the device kernel, or the kernel launch specifies too many threads for the kernel's register count. Requesting more shared memory per block than the device supports will trigger this error, as will requesting too many threads or blocks. See cudaDeviceProp for more device limitations. This occurs if you call cudaGetTextureAlignmentOffset with an unbound texture.
This occurs if the format is not one of the formats specified by cudaChannelFormatKindor if one of the dimensions is invalid. Variables in constant memory may now have their address taken by the runtime via cudaGetSymbolAddress. This was previously used for device emulation of texture operations.
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This was previously used for some device emulation functions. This is not supported by CUDA. Production releases of CUDA will never return this error.
This result is not actually an error, but must be indicated differently than cudaSuccess which indicates completion. Calls that may return this value include cudaEventQuery and cudaStreamQuery.
This is not a supported configuration. They can also be unavailable due to memory constraints on a device that already has active CUDA work being performed. This can occur when a user specifies code generation options for a particular CUDA source file that do not include the corresponding device configuration. The Driver context may be incompatible either because the Driver context was created using an older version of the API, because the Runtime API call expects a primary driver contextand the Driver context is not primary, or because the Driver context has been destroyed.GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. This is an implementation of Updater that uses multiple GPUs with multi-process data parallelism. Is it ok to use singleProcessUpdater? First, you should be aware that your recognition about your environment differs from the reality.
You do not link cupy to cuDNNas the warning suggested. In SO, you said that you intend to use python3but in the script above you do not specify the version of python. We cannot disentangle the cause of the error if the execution python differs case by case. The very important thing is that python means python2 by default in Ubuntu The following is cited from SO.
Finally, the execution user is a little bit troublesome. The citation above suggests that you run your script as root. However, generally it is not recommended to use su to run a script, because changing user cause unintentional collapse of environment variables as well as the security issue. If there is a special reason, the information should be given. It makes difficult for us to track the issue. In other words, this issue and also the question currently raised in SO should also be closed.
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Dismiss Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Sign up. New issue. Jump to bottom. Copy link Quote reply. Device self. This comment has been minimized. Sign in to view. Could you check the number of GPUs your instance have? Warning If you have a question on usages of Chainer, it is highly recommended to send a post to StackOverflow or Chainer User Group instead of the issue tracker.
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Note that the API may change in the production release based on user feedback. Message string for the given nvrtcResult code.
The identical name expression string must be provided on a subsequent call to nvrtcGetLoweredName to extract the lowered name. It supports compile options listed in Supported Compile Options.
Note that compilation log may be generated with warnings and informative messages, even when the compilation of prog succeeds.CUDA in your Python Parallel Programming on the GPU - William Horton
NVRTC supports the compile options below. Option names with two preceding dashs -- are long option names and option names with one preceding dash - are short option names. Short option names can be used instead of long option names. Alternatively, the compile option name and the argument can be specified in separate strings without an assignment operator. Single-character short option names, such as -D-Uand -Ido not require an assignment operator, and the compile option name and the argument can be present in the same string with or without spaces between them.
Specify the name of the class of GPU architectures for which the input must be compiled. Generate relocatable code that can be linked with other relocatable device code. Generate non-relocatable code. Specify the maximum amount of registers that GPU functions can use. Until a function-specific limit, a higher value will generally increase the performance of individual GPU threads that execute this function.
However, because thread registers are allocated from a global register pool on each GPU, a higher value of this option will also reduce the maximum thread block size, thereby reducing the amount of thread parallelism.
Hence, a good maxrregcount value is the result of a trade-off. If this option is not specified, then no maximum is assumed.
Make use of fast math operations.