Issue with replicator tutorial

I’m trying to follow this tutorial: 3. Offline Dataset Generation — Omniverse IsaacSim latest documentation

but I’m not able to launch the standalone example for offline generation since I’m getting this error:

Module omni.replicator.core.ogn.python._impl.nodes.OgnSemanticSegmentation load on device 'cuda:0' took 2.02 ms
2023-09-12 14:40:33 [850,980ms] [Error] [omni.gpucompute-cuda.plugin] CUDA error in freeAsync: operation not supported: ../../../source/plugins/omni.gpucompute-cuda/GpuCompute-Cuda.cpp: 145 (device 0)
2023-09-12 14:40:33 [850,984ms] [Error] [omni.gpucompute-cuda.plugin] CUDA error in freeAsync: operation not supported: ../../../source/plugins/omni.gpucompute-cuda/GpuCompute-Cuda.cpp: 145 (device 0)
2023-09-12 14:40:33 [850,986ms] [Error] [omni.gpucompute-cuda.plugin] CUDA error in freeAsync: operation not supported: ../../../source/plugins/omni.gpucompute-cuda/GpuCompute-Cuda.cpp: 145 (device 0)

some info about my environment:

OS: Ubuntu 20.04
Software: Isacc SIm 2022.2.1
Driver Version: 525.60.11

CUDA Toolkit: 11.5, Driver: 12.0

Devices:
“cuda:0” | NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 (sm_89)

@salvo.dipp i am just another user here, but have you tried upgrading the driver to the recommended version from the technical requirement doc?

yeah it’s definitely a driver issue, I’ll try changing it although I’m not having these issues on another computer running an older driver…

@salvo.dipp I’m curious if you resolved this by updating the drivers. I should put a more visible note in the docs about the importance of keeping drivers updated, or a separate troubleshooting section.

Yes it did work in the end after updating the driver to the 535.113.01 version.
I did however have to launch it with isaac_sim-2022.2.0 and not isaac_sim-2022.2.1 because of some error with vulkan that I saw addressed in another topic.