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f13-759-mgao34

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Unread post Sat Dec 07, 2013 9:53 pm

eulers for nvvp

Hi,

Except euler01 / euler99, are there any others that can use nvvp ?

Both of them seem to be busy for most time.

Ming
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Unread post Tue Dec 10, 2013 3:07 pm

Re: eulers for nvvp

Ming - I'm going to ask the sys admin to help.
However, one thing that you might want to try is to run on a local machine in your lab.
A lot of them have NVIDIA cards and it'd be as simply as installing CUDA and then having nvvp available on a local quiet machine.

I'm sorry but the end of the semester is always very busy.
Dan
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Unread post Mon Dec 16, 2013 11:41 pm

Re: eulers for nvvp

Hi,
Is anybody facing issues with nvvp?
I am unable to run nvvp since the past two days. I have tried euler1,4,99,0. I have used nvidia-smi and cudaSetDevice and I have changed parameters of CUDA_SET_PROFILE and CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES.But nothing has helped.
nvvp loads and I am able to start a session but the analysis never ends even for extremely small codes.
Is there any alternative to this?

-Anjali

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