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Are we able to have an operating system running multiple kernels at the same time? why


  • Hi @barani ,

    By default nop, you need to run one kernel at time, then restart and boot another one. Are you sure you want to boot multiple kernels at the same time? If so, why do you need or want to do it?

    In case that you are pretty sure you want that, you can take a look to a project called cCUDA. I found a couple of URLs that can be of some help:



    Note: please post in one of the bootcamps forums (Cloud Engineer Boot Camp or Advanced Cloud Engineer Boot Camp), not in the root of the directory.



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