From: Vermaas, Joshua (Joshua.Vermaas_at_nrel.gov)
Date: Thu Aug 03 2017 - 11:45:40 CDT
2.12 dropped support for Fermi's, which the M2090 is a member of. See the bottom of http://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Research/namd/2.12/features.html. That is why it whines about them being of compute capability < 3.0. Tesla Kxx are kepler cards, which will work just fine.
On 08/03/2017 02:35 AM, Michelle Kuttel wrote:
I'm having a problem running the name 2.12 Linux-x86_64-multicore-CUDA (NVIDIA CUDA acceleration) build on a single node with Nvidia M2090 cards (a node with K40's runs fine).
A run as follows:
/opt/exp_soft/NAMD_2.12_Linux-x86_64-multicore-CUDA/namd2 +p12 +idlepoll +noAnytimeMigration +LBSameCpus runEQ.conf > runEQ.log
Generates this error:
Charm++: standalone mode (not using charmrun)
Charm++> Running in Multicore mode: 12 threads
Charm++> Using recursive bisection (scheme 3) for topology aware partitions
Converse/Charm++ Commit ID: v6.7.1-0-gbdf6a1b-namd-charm-6.7.1-build-2016-Nov-07-136676
CharmLB> Load balancer assumes all CPUs are same.
Charm++> Running on 1 unique compute nodes (12-way SMP).
Charm++> cpu topology info is gathered in 0.010 seconds.
Info: Built with CUDA version 6050
Did not find +devices i,j,k,... argument, using all
FATAL ERROR: CUDA error all devices are in prohibited mode, of compute capability < 3.0, unable to map host memory, too small, or otherwise unusable on Pe 9 (srvslsgpu002 device 0)
AFAIK, named 2.12 supports GPU's with compute capability of 2.0 (i.e. M2090's)?
This runs fine on the node with K90's.
Suggestions for fixes will be (greatly) appreciated (note that specifying "+devices all" does not help).
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