[Bf-cycles] CUDA error on Azure NC6 VM with Tesla K80
prayaag at decorastudio.com
Sun Dec 11 14:16:17 CET 2016
-I do compile cycles standalone myself. But that's on my workstation. Doing
that on Azure VM will be kind of difficult (installing visual studio etc in
-The Cycles executable I am using on Azure VM was built/compiled from 1.7.0
d83e-5482-46bf-aaa9-f8d63c870dc6> from Cycles repository
-The cubin files was copied from blender-2.78-62a2ed9-win64.zip on
I am not sure the blender zip I copied the file from and the cycles commit I
built the cycles from match or not. Please tell me which version of blender
I should copy from for cycles built from 1.7.0 tag from cycles repository.
Also is there any standard way to determine which cycles commit matches
which blender build version ?
Also it would be great if someone can publish cycles standalone releases
(executables) for every blender releases. The executables which works with
all ranges of CUDA devices.
On Sun, Dec 11, 12:39 PM, Thomas Dinges <blender at dingto.org
<mailto:blender at dingto.org> > wrote:
> My best guess is, that the binary, which you copied, doesn't match the
> Cycles version of the standalone repository.
> Make sure they match, then it should work. Do you compile Cycles
> standalone yourself? Then you should be able to compile the
> corresponding CUDA kernel alongside.
>Am 11.12.2016 um 08:42 schrieb Prayaag Kasundra:
>> We are trying to run cycles on new Azure N series (NC6 ) Virtual
>> Machines which has Nvidia Tesla K80 GPUs
>> -I created fresh new VM with Windows Server 2016 OS and installed
>> Tesla K80 drivers from Nvidia website
>> -I installed CUDA tookit 8.0 (Win 10 installer)
>> - Now after running -list-devices option I saw K80 in the device list
>> along with CPU .
>> -After that I ran a render with device=cuda and got this error
>> http://prntscr.com/dhz3g9 . So I copied kernel_sm_37.cubin file from
>> blender/scripts/addon/cycles/bin folder of latest blender build zip.
>> - After that the above error went away but then new error appeared
>> How do I fix this ? Please help.
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>> Bf-cycles at blender.org
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