Using Cuda: Tensorflow error

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I do not understand why I get this error while using tensorflow with Cuda:

 Internal: failed initializing StreamExecutor for CUDA device ordinal 0: Internal: failed call to cuCtxCreate: CUDA_ERROR_OUT_OF_MEMORY;

How can I solve this?

6 days ago in Data Analytics by Sophie may
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This command will tell you which processes are occupying the memory of your GPU, you have to stop those processes. 

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