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Hey guys, there is a known memory leak bug when vgpu is used on xenServer https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX265644?_ga=2.29905535.1915680003.1580113778-318565298.1549894517. Is there any date given when this bug will be fixed?
Hey guys, there is a known memory leak bug when vgpu is used on xenServer
https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX265644?_ga=2.29905535.1915680003.1580113778-318565298.1549894517.

Is there any date given when this bug will be fixed?

#1
Posted 02/25/2020 01:32 PM   
Hi Martin Not sure about the LTSR fix for vGPU 8.2, it may be worth upgrading to vGPU 8.3 if you want to keep LTSR. Also, vGPU 10.1 is available if you're going through an upgrade process, and it may be beneficial to move to that instead as it's 2 branches newer than the LTSR and is supported until December 2020. I know it's not an LTSR, but if the 8.3 version doesn't resolve the issue, then this one should. Regards MG
Hi Martin

Not sure about the LTSR fix for vGPU 8.2, it may be worth upgrading to vGPU 8.3 if you want to keep LTSR.

Also, vGPU 10.1 is available if you're going through an upgrade process, and it may be beneficial to move to that instead as it's 2 branches newer than the LTSR and is supported until December 2020. I know it's not an LTSR, but if the 8.3 version doesn't resolve the issue, then this one should.

Regards

MG

#2
Posted 02/25/2020 04:46 PM   
OK, downloading 10.1, will post result. I hope it's safe to upgrade it.
OK, downloading 10.1, will post result. I hope it's safe to upgrade it.

#3
Posted 02/25/2020 05:04 PM   
Hi Martin Yes, obviously make sure you're on a supported version of XenServer before proceeding. I assumed that you're running XenServer 8.0 or newer as this was the version referenced in the URL you posted above. If you are, then this should be fine. Regards MG
Hi Martin

Yes, obviously make sure you're on a supported version of XenServer before proceeding. I assumed that you're running XenServer 8.0 or newer as this was the version referenced in the URL you posted above. If you are, then this should be fine.

Regards

MG

#4
Posted 02/25/2020 08:46 PM   
yes, we're running Citrix Hypervisor 8.0. Maybe one more question related to memory leak, is it possible to reset/restart vgpu processes without restarting whole VM affected by vgpus processes consuming more and more dom0 memory? Would that work? Thanks.
yes, we're running Citrix Hypervisor 8.0.

Maybe one more question related to memory leak, is it possible to reset/restart vgpu processes without restarting whole VM affected by vgpus processes consuming more and more dom0 memory? Would that work? Thanks.

#5
Posted 02/26/2020 08:48 AM   
Hi No, you'll need to restart the VM. If there's a problem with compatibility, it's best to resolve it rather than scheduled reboots or service restarts. Regards MG
Hi

No, you'll need to restart the VM. If there's a problem with compatibility, it's best to resolve it rather than scheduled reboots or service restarts.

Regards

MG

#6
Posted 02/26/2020 12:39 PM   
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