For the past two months I have been trying to setup CUDA on my computer, but the setup seems not completely successful. When I install CUDA, installation finishes without an error. However, I need CUDA for another program and upon using that program, I receive a CUDA-related error. I don’t have any experience with CUDA, but I think CUBLAS is the source of the problem.
Has someone seen this before or does anyone know how to find the source of this problem and maybe how to fix it?
- Ubuntu 18.04 dual boot alongside Windows 10 (two seperate drives from 500GB each)
- GPU: Quadro T1000
- driver version 460.32
- CUDA 9.1 installed
Small part of the initial error with FSL (v6.0, the program I use):
EDDY::: EddyInternalGpuUtils::make_XtX_cuBLAS: cublasSsyrk error
I ran some sample code and found that one CUBLAS sample resulted in an error.
The following samples all passed:
$ ./deviceQuery $ ./bandwidthTest $ ./simpleCUBLAS $ ./batchCUBLAS $ ./matrixMulCUBLAS $ ./simpleCUBLASXT
But this sample did not succeed:
$ ./simpleDevLibCUBLAS simpleDevLibCUBLAS test running... MapSMtoCores for SM 7.5 is undefined. Default to use 64 Cores/SM GPU Device 0: "Quadro T1000 with Max-Q Design" with compute capability 7.5 Host and device APIs will be tested. !!!! device to host memory copy error