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running deep learning extension from batch

Francisco2045Francisco2045 Member Posts: 3 Newbie

I have Altair AI Studio 2024.0.0 in Windows 11.

I have installed the Deep Learning and ND4J extension.

I also have an Nvidia GPU and Cuda drivers installed.

I have managed to run my Deep Learning operator with "ND4J Backend to Use" set tu "GPU-CUDA" in AI Studio Preferences.

But, when i launch my process from the command line using the "ai-studio-batch.bat", i get the following error:"...operators depending on the ND4J backend won't be fully functional…"

It seems that when AI Studio is launched from the command line, it doesn't read the AI Studio properties well.

Any clue on how to solve this problem?

Thank you very much


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    jwpfaujwpfau Employee, Member Posts: 303 RM Engineering
    Hi Francisco,

    can you share your ai-studio.log?

    Do you have the same issue when running with RapidMiner Studio 10.3?


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    Francisco2045Francisco2045 Member Posts: 3 Newbie
    Hello Jonas. Yes, I had the same issue running with RapidMiner Studio 10.3

    I attach here two logs. 

    - log_gui.txt, is the ai-studio.log from running the process from the Graphical User Interface.
    - log_bat.txt is the log from running the same process from a .bat file

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