I am new to this platform so any help would be appreciated. I am working on a Xavier AGX with Jetpack 4.4. CUDA 10.2 seems to be installed properly (DeviceQuery shows no issues).
I am having an issue to launch a basecalling software called Guppy built by Oxford Nanopore through the GPU. It is working fine when run through CPU, but obviously way too slow for our needs.
The error I get when I try to direct Guppy to the GPU is the following:
[guppy/info] CUDA device 0 (compute 7.2) initialised, memory limit 33469227008B (31323033600B free)
[guppy/error] Loading fatbin file shared.fatbin failed with: CUDA error at /builds/ofan/ont_core_cpp/ont_core/common/cuda_common.cpp:48: CUDA_ERROR_NO_BINARY_FOR_GPU
[guppy/warning] Common::CUDAModule::Load: Failed to load shared(shared) from fatbin
[guppy/error] main: Could not open CUDA kernel file: shared.cu
[guppy/warning] main: An error occurred in the basecaller. Aborting.
The Guppy CUDA kernels are compiled for compute version 6 and higher. I understand that the Xavier is built on 4.9 kernel version. So I am guessing it is kernel issue.
Could anyone direct me on how to manually setup/modify the kernel in these situations?