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I have a server running horizon view and 2 K2 cards installed. My question is whether Redhat Linux is supported for vGPU yet. I remember last year linux was not supported as a guest os in a vm if you want 3d support from shared vGPU. V/R
I have a server running horizon view and 2 K2 cards installed. My question is whether Redhat Linux is supported for vGPU yet. I remember last year linux was not supported as a guest os in a vm if you want 3d support from shared vGPU.

V/R

#1
Posted 09/29/2015 03:28 PM   
RHEL has been supported in Horizon VIEW since they introduced Linux support along with passthrough GPU support. http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/products/horizon/vmware-horizon-for-linux-faq.pdf vGPU for Linux is a feature of GRID 2.0 and is available in the Workstation and Workstation Extended Editions.
RHEL has been supported in Horizon VIEW since they introduced Linux support along with passthrough GPU support.


http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/products/horizon/vmware-horizon-for-linux-faq.pdf



vGPU for Linux is a feature of GRID 2.0 and is available in the Workstation and Workstation Extended Editions.

Jason Southern, Regional Lead for ProVis Sales - EMEA: NVIDIA Ltd.

#2
Posted 09/29/2015 08:06 PM   
How about Ubuntu and CentOS for 3D applications?
How about Ubuntu and CentOS for 3D applications?

#3
Posted 10/01/2015 01:40 AM   
Both are also on the VMware supported list.
Both are also on the VMware supported list.

Jason Southern, Regional Lead for ProVis Sales - EMEA: NVIDIA Ltd.

#4
Posted 10/01/2015 12:30 PM   
XenDesktop now also runs for Linux VDI workstation VMs. There are drivers for Linux workstations for the K1, K2 and M6 and M60 GPU units. See http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us for access to the downloads.
XenDesktop now also runs for Linux VDI workstation VMs. There are drivers for Linux workstations for the K1, K2 and M6 and M60 GPU units. See http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us for access to the downloads.

-=Tobias

#5
Posted 10/02/2015 06:35 AM   
"GRID VIRTUAL GPU FOR CITRIX XENSERVER Version 352.46, 354.13/RN-06927-001/September 21st, 2015": GRID [b]vGPU[/b] with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 / CentOS 7 guest VMs is [b]supported on Tesla M60 and M6[/b], as a technical preview feature on Citrix XenServer 6.5.
"GRID VIRTUAL GPU FOR CITRIX XENSERVER Version 352.46, 354.13/RN-06927-001/September 21st, 2015": GRID vGPU with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 / CentOS 7 guest VMs is supported on Tesla M60 and M6, as a technical preview feature on Citrix XenServer 6.5.

#6
Posted 10/03/2015 09:11 AM   
Please note that although Citrix provides support for Linux & GPU's in XenServer, XenDesktop currently only officially supports 2D desktops. This is due to Citrix needing to undertake further development work to take full advantage of the GRID SDK in the Linux VM's. Whilst you can provide a GPU accelerated desktop via the current release of the Linux VDA the level of support is currently limited and user experience may not be comparable to 3D workloads on XenDesktop on Windows.
Please note that although Citrix provides support for Linux & GPU's in XenServer, XenDesktop currently only officially supports 2D desktops.

This is due to Citrix needing to undertake further development work to take full advantage of the GRID SDK in the Linux VM's.

Whilst you can provide a GPU accelerated desktop via the current release of the Linux VDA the level of support is currently limited and user experience may not be comparable to 3D workloads on XenDesktop on Windows.

Jason Southern, Regional Lead for ProVis Sales - EMEA: NVIDIA Ltd.

#7
Posted 10/05/2015 09:16 AM   
Ask NVidia to add support for K1/K2 shared vGPU. [url]https://gridforums.nvidia.com/default/topic/543/general-discussion/grid-2-0/post/1924/#1924[/url] Martin
Ask NVidia to add support for K1/K2 shared vGPU.

https://gridforums.nvidia.com/default/topic/543/general-discussion/grid-2-0/post/1924/#1924

Martin

#8
Posted 10/07/2015 08:07 PM   
Martin, Done! :-)
Martin,
Done! :-)

-=Tobias

#9
Posted 10/07/2015 10:41 PM   
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