how to enable TCC of C2050?
hello everyone

I have one server with two C2050 cards, I wanna enable the TCC switch of those cards.

when i run [i]'nvidia-smi -g 0 -dm 1'[/i], i get this error "changing driver models is not supported on this platform",
my OS is RHEL 5.5, and the driver version is 275.28, and I already enabled TCC switch in Windows 2008 r2 successfully.

is there anyone know the solution for this, thanks.
hello everyone



I have one server with two C2050 cards, I wanna enable the TCC switch of those cards.



when i run 'nvidia-smi -g 0 -dm 1', i get this error "changing driver models is not supported on this platform",

my OS is RHEL 5.5, and the driver version is 275.28, and I already enabled TCC switch in Windows 2008 r2 successfully.



is there anyone know the solution for this, thanks.

#1
Posted 02/16/2012 01:54 PM   
There is no TCC in Linux ( TCC is available on Windows to solve a problem specific to the driver model in Vista).

If you want to use the cards only for compute and have no time out, use the script in the release notes:
http://developer.download.nvidia.com/compute/cuda/4_1/rel/toolkit/docs/CUDA_Toolkit_Release_Notes_And_Errata.txt
There is no TCC in Linux ( TCC is available on Windows to solve a problem specific to the driver model in Vista).



If you want to use the cards only for compute and have no time out, use the script in the release notes:

http://developer.download.nvidia.com/compute/cuda/4_1/rel/toolkit/docs/CUDA_Toolkit_Release_Notes_And_Errata.txt

#2
Posted 02/16/2012 03:24 PM   
Actually this script for Linux gives in the first command "/sbin/modprobe nvidia" an error "Module nvidia_current not found" on Ubuntu 11.04.
Actually this script for Linux gives in the first command "/sbin/modprobe nvidia" an error "Module nvidia_current not found" on Ubuntu 11.04.

#3
Posted 02/16/2012 04:53 PM   
Have you installed the driver from Nvidia?
I never use Ubuntu, let me ask around.
Have you installed the driver from Nvidia?

I never use Ubuntu, let me ask around.

#4
Posted 02/16/2012 04:58 PM   
Yes, I've installed all the drivers successfully without this script.
Yes, I've installed all the drivers successfully without this script.

#5
Posted 02/16/2012 05:03 PM   
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