cudaError_t cudaFuncSetCacheConfig ( const char *  func,
enum cudaFuncCache  cacheConfig 

On devices where the L1 cache and shared memory use the same hardware resources, this sets through cacheConfig the preferred cache configuration for the function specified via func. This is only a preference. The runtime will use the requested configuration if possible, but it is free to choose a different configuration if required to execute func.

func is a character string that specifies the fully-decorated (C++) name for a function that executes on the device. The parameter specified by func must be declared as a __global__ function. If the specified function does not exist, then cudaErrorInvalidDeviceFunction is returned.

This setting does nothing on devices where the size of the L1 cache and shared memory are fixed.

Launching a kernel with a different preference than the most recent preference setting may insert a device-side synchronization point.

The supported cache configurations are:

func - Char string naming device function
cacheConfig - Requested cache configuration
cudaSuccess, cudaErrorInitializationError, cudaErrorInvalidDeviceFunction
Note that this function may also return error codes from previous, asynchronous launches.
See also:
cudaConfigureCall, cudaFuncSetCacheConfig (C++ API), cudaFuncGetAttributes (C API), cudaLaunch (C API), cudaSetDoubleForDevice, cudaSetDoubleForHost, cudaSetupArgument (C API), cudaThreadGetCacheConfig, cudaThreadSetCacheConfig

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