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TensorFlow on Windows self-check
# Copyright 2015 The TensorFlow Authors. All Rights Reserved.
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# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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"""A script for testing that TensorFlow is installed correctly on Windows.
The script will attempt to verify your TensorFlow installation, and print
suggestions for how to fix your installation.
"""
import ctypes
import imp
import sys
def main():
try:
import tensorflow as tf
print("TensorFlow successfully installed.")
if tf.test.is_built_with_cuda():
print("The installed version of TensorFlow includes GPU support.")
else:
print("The installed version of TensorFlow does not include GPU support.")
sys.exit(0)
except ImportError:
print("ERROR: Failed to import the TensorFlow module.")
candidate_explanation = False
python_version = sys.version_info.major, sys.version_info.minor
print("\n- Python version is %d.%d." % python_version)
if not (python_version == (3, 5) or python_version == (3, 6)):
candidate_explanation = True
print("- The official distribution of TensorFlow for Windows requires "
"Python version 3.5 or 3.6.")
try:
_, pathname, _ = imp.find_module("tensorflow")
print("\n- TensorFlow is installed at: %s" % pathname)
except ImportError:
candidate_explanation = False
print("""
- No module named TensorFlow is installed in this Python environment. You may
install it using the command `pip install tensorflow`.""")
try:
msvcp140 = ctypes.WinDLL("msvcp140.dll")
except OSError:
candidate_explanation = True
print("""
- Could not load 'msvcp140.dll'. TensorFlow requires that this DLL be
installed in a directory that is named in your %PATH% environment
variable. You may install this DLL by downloading Microsoft Visual
C++ 2015 Redistributable Update 3 from this URL:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53587""")
try:
cudart64_80 = ctypes.WinDLL("cudart64_80.dll")
except OSError:
candidate_explanation = True
print("""
- Could not load 'cudart64_80.dll'. The GPU version of TensorFlow
requires that this DLL be installed in a directory that is named in
your %PATH% environment variable. Download and install CUDA 8.0 from
this URL: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-toolkit""")
try:
nvcuda = ctypes.WinDLL("nvcuda.dll")
except OSError:
candidate_explanation = True
print("""
- Could not load 'nvcuda.dll'. The GPU version of TensorFlow requires that
this DLL be installed in a directory that is named in your %PATH%
environment variable. Typically it is installed in 'C:\Windows\System32'.
If it is not present, ensure that you have a CUDA-capable GPU with the
correct driver installed.""")
cudnn5_found = False
try:
cudnn5 = ctypes.WinDLL("cudnn64_5.dll")
cudnn5_found = True
except OSError:
candidate_explanation = True
print("""
- Could not load 'cudnn64_5.dll'. The GPU version of TensorFlow
requires that this DLL be installed in a directory that is named in
your %PATH% environment variable. Note that installing cuDNN is a
separate step from installing CUDA, and it is often found in a
different directory from the CUDA DLLs. You may install the
necessary DLL by downloading cuDNN 5.1 from this URL:
https://developer.nvidia.com/cudnn""")
cudnn6_found = False
try:
cudnn = ctypes.WinDLL("cudnn64_6.dll")
cudnn6_found = True
except OSError:
candidate_explanation = True
if not cudnn5_found or not cudnn6_found:
print()
if not cudnn5_found and not cudnn6_found:
print("- Could not find cuDNN.")
elif not cudnn5_found:
print("- Could not find cuDNN 5.1.")
else:
print("- Could not find cuDNN 6.")
print("""
The GPU version of TensorFlow requires that the correct cuDNN DLL be installed
in a directory that is named in your %PATH% environment variable. Note that
installing cuDNN is a separate step from installing CUDA, and it is often
found in a different directory from the CUDA DLLs. The correct version of
cuDNN depends on your version of TensorFlow:
* TensorFlow 1.2.1 or earlier requires cuDNN 5.1. ('cudnn64_5.dll')
* TensorFlow 1.3 or later requires cuDNN 6. ('cudnn64_6.dll')
You may install the necessary DLL by downloading cuDNN from this URL:
https://developer.nvidia.com/cudnn""")
if not candidate_explanation:
print("""
- All required DLLs appear to be present. Please open an issue on the
TensorFlow GitHub page: https://github.com/tensorflow/tensorflow/issues""")
sys.exit(-1)
if __name__ == "__main__":
main()
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