Thank you for the quick reply!
Unfortunately, it does not seem enough yet.
I don’t fully understand what should be done from that thread. From what I see there are two thigs suggested:
- update the driver
- reboot PC
So our QA member done both of them, it is not working, the app still crashes, which was expected since, respectively,
- the problem is found with different drivers on different PCs (QA member updated, to be precise from 461.40 to 461.72)
- the prolem takes place on different PCs (but not any PC, which is unfortunate in debugging terms)
I was not clear in the initial message: the problem happens on Windows 10, not Linux, so there is no GCC, the compiler is MSVC. It’s also worth emphasizing, that crash is actual crash, there is no error message/error status. That’s why I have the crash dump from the initial message.
I recommend opening the dump presented in the link from my first message. It seems to be the easiest way in my opinion to figure out the cause. cudnn.dll is on top of the call stack, so you should be able to see the cause of what we are doing wrong, if anything.
Please let me know, if I can help otherwise.