Artificial Intelligence Computing Leadership from NVIDIA
Vmware vGPU v100 Can't run a few profiles together
Hello all , the environment is Vmware esx6.7 u3 &Nvidia card v100 . The license should be received and the license server has been installed. I should try deploy vGPU via Horizon VDI and directly run VM's. When I try to run another VM or the different desktop pool I receive the error message : The amount of graphics resource available in the parent resource pool is insufficient for the operation.
Hello all ,

the environment is Vmware esx6.7 u3 &Nvidia card v100 .
The license should be received and the license server has been installed.
I should try deploy vGPU via Horizon VDI and directly run VM's.

When I try to run another VM or the different desktop pool I receive the error message :
The amount of graphics resource available in the parent resource pool is insufficient for the operation.

#1
Posted 05/20/2020 09:13 AM   
Hi Which vGPU Profile are you using on your VMs and how many V100s do you have? Regards MG
Hi

Which vGPU Profile are you using on your VMs and how many V100s do you have?

Regards

MG

#2
Posted 05/21/2020 01:34 PM   
Hi I have only one v100. I found that I can run only one profile , I can't run a few different profile on one card. How I can a few VM's withe different properties? Thank , Igal
Hi

I have only one v100. I found that I can run only one profile , I can't run a few different profile on one card.

How I can a few VM's withe different properties?

Thank ,
Igal

#3
Posted 05/24/2020 11:56 AM   
Hi Which specific vGPU Profiles are you trying to use? (What's the name of the vGPU Profile?) You can only run the same vGPU Profile on a single GPU. Assuming you have the V100 32GB, you can run the following: 1x 32GB 2x 16GB 4x 8GB 8x 4GB 16x 2GB 32x 1GB The V100 will also support A, B, C and Q workloads. Make sure you're using the same vGPU Profile on all of your VMs. Regards MG
Hi

Which specific vGPU Profiles are you trying to use? (What's the name of the vGPU Profile?)

You can only run the same vGPU Profile on a single GPU. Assuming you have the V100 32GB, you can run the following:

1x 32GB
2x 16GB
4x 8GB
8x 4GB
16x 2GB
32x 1GB

The V100 will also support A, B, C and Q workloads. Make sure you're using the same vGPU Profile on all of your VMs.

Regards

MG

#4
Posted 05/25/2020 08:35 AM   
Hi Got it. thank you very much for the answer! another question , if I want use Vmware shared vGpu mode , how I should work? is it possible to provision vgpu for the few Vm's at all? Thank you , Igal
Hi

Got it.
thank you very much for the answer!

another question , if I want use Vmware shared vGpu mode , how I should work?
is it possible to provision vgpu for the few Vm's at all?


Thank you ,
Igal

#5
Posted 6 hours ago   
Scroll To Top

Add Reply