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Author vstinner
Recipients njs, pitrou, vstinner
Date 2016-03-18.22:54:27
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> Also, Numba allows use of the Numpy API (part thereof, anyway) on GPUs.

Do you mean that Numba requires supporting multiple address spaces to be able to use tracemalloc? Or that supporting multiple address spaces would also to *also* track GPU memory allocations?

A friend told me that CUDA, OpenGL and OpenCL can (should?) be seen as 3 different address spaces. These libraries don't expose directly addresses in the GPU address space, but may use handles.
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