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CUDA

CUDA is a parallel computing platform and programming model invented by NVIDIA for GPUs (graphic processing unit).

Category:  Compiler

 

The CUDA toolkit is available for use on nodes that have the GPU devices.  The necessary NVidia device drivers are installed on these nodes.  The 12-core nodes with GPUs are in both the general-compute partition and the gpu partition.  Specify the gpu partition and gres flag when submitting jobs that will use the GPUs.   One 16-core node with 2 GPUs is available in the debug partition.   See General Computer Cluster for SLURM flags to request these nodes.

Usage Notes:

Show the software versions:
   module avail cuda

Loading the module will set the path and any necessary variables:
    module load cuda/version

Extensive documentation on CUDA programming using C/FORTRAN and other languages is available from NVIDIA's CUDA Developer Zone.