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Another Question Regarding A Curiousity. Given A Task Is Sent To An Agent To Run And It Has A Specific Version Of Tensorflow/Pytorch, Which Requires A Specific Version Of Cuda/Cudnn. Does The Agent Just Automatically Get Cuda/Cudnn For That Task Or Does C

Another question regarding a curiousity. Given a task is sent to an Agent to run and it has a specific version of tensorflow/pytorch, which requires a specific version of Cuda/Cudnn. Does the agent just automatically get Cuda/Cudnn for that task or does Cuda/Cudnn of that specific version need to be installed in the environment the agent is running in?

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Basically the environment/container the agent is running in needs to have specific cuda installed. Is that correct CostlyOstrich36 ?

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That's a good question. In case you're not running in docker mode, the agent machine that runs the experiment needs to have Cuda/Cudnn installed. If you're running in docker mode you need to select a docker that already has those installed 🙂

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