I’m using --default stream per-thread in order to issue kernels from 2 host threads in 2 non-default streams. All works fine until I want to use cudnn in both threads because any call to cudnn api will execute that api on the default thread.
I would like to run each cudnn api in the stream associated to the host thread which made the cudnn api call. I know I can use cudnnSetStream() to set a non-default stream but I need to get the stream that is associated to the host thread in order to pass it to cudnnSetStream().
How do I get, on the host side, the stream that is associated by cuda to the current host thread from which I want to call the cudnn api?