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NVIDIA Capture + GRID TESLA M60 + vSphere 6.5 + CentOS7 vGPU issue
I have two questions: - where i can find updated drivers for NVIDA GRID Linux vGPU, here (https://developer.nvidia.com/capture-sdk) tells about (Linux drivers 384.59 or newer) requirements but in the nvidia-grid bundle the version is 367.106-grid - in the CentOS virtual machine using samples i receive this error: unable to create NvFBC instance, error id: 1, API Version different from library ... What means? Thank you very much!
I have two questions:

- where i can find updated drivers for NVIDA GRID Linux vGPU, here (https://developer.nvidia.com/capture-sdk) tells about (Linux drivers 384.59 or newer) requirements but in the nvidia-grid bundle the version is 367.106-grid

- in the CentOS virtual machine using samples i receive this error: unable to create NvFBC instance, error id: 1, API Version different from library ... What means?

Thank you very much!

#1
Posted 11/24/2017 01:58 PM   
Hi Christian, as usual you get our GRID drivers in the GRID Portal: https://nvidia.flexnetoperations.com Latest GRID drivers are 385.90 from GRID5.1 package. regards Simon
Hi Christian,

as usual you get our GRID drivers in the GRID Portal:

https://nvidia.flexnetoperations.com

Latest GRID drivers are 385.90 from GRID5.1 package.

regards
Simon

#2
Posted 11/25/2017 07:40 AM   
Thank you very much Simon, but i cannot found this drivers in https://nvidia.flexnetoperations.com/control/nvda/viewRecentProductReleases i found only 4.3 why?
Thank you very much Simon,
but i cannot found this drivers in https://nvidia.flexnetoperations.com/control/nvda/viewRecentProductReleases
i found only 4.3

why?

#3
Posted 12/01/2017 02:39 PM   
ok i found the drivers requesting a trial. Now i dont receive anymore the same error from the capture samples. I receive this error now: [b]Unable to create CUDA context (result: 999)[/b] i installed the cuda toolkit 9.... whats the problem now? :-(
ok
i found the drivers requesting a trial.

Now i dont receive anymore the same error from the capture samples.
I receive this error now:

Unable to create CUDA context (result: 999)

i installed the cuda toolkit 9....

whats the problem now? :-(

#4
Posted 12/01/2017 04:53 PM   
Which profile are you running? Tesla M60 only supports CUDA with 8Q profile or Passthrough. Seems you're using the wrong profile. Regards Simon
Which profile are you running? Tesla M60 only supports CUDA with 8Q profile or Passthrough. Seems you're using the wrong profile.

Regards

Simon

#5
Posted 12/02/2017 07:16 PM   
I was using 0Q profile. Now i'm going to reconfigure the VM and now it works! But if i want to use NVIDIA Capture SDK i must use the 8Q profile? This is only for a dev environment or also for my own Capture custom client? For example VMware Blast Extreme need an 8Q profile? Thank you very much
I was using 0Q profile. Now i'm going to reconfigure the VM and now it works!

But if i want to use NVIDIA Capture SDK i must use the 8Q profile? This is only for a dev environment or also for my own Capture custom client?

For example VMware Blast Extreme need an 8Q profile?

Thank you very much

#6
Posted 12/04/2017 01:44 PM   
As I said, Maxwell GPUs don't support CUDA for vGPU. This was introduced with GRID5.x and Pascal GPUs.
As I said, Maxwell GPUs don't support CUDA for vGPU. This was introduced with GRID5.x and Pascal GPUs.

#7
Posted 12/05/2017 05:18 PM   
I tried VMware Horizon 7 with Blast Extreme. I created a CentOS desktop with M60-0Q profile and it works with H.264 blast protocol but ... I dont understand why the NVIDIA SDK require 8Q profile and Horizon 7 works with 0Q profile. VMware Blast Extreme dont use the same Capture SDK? thank you very much!
I tried VMware Horizon 7 with Blast Extreme.
I created a CentOS desktop with M60-0Q profile and it works with H.264 blast protocol but ...

I dont understand why the NVIDIA SDK require 8Q profile and Horizon 7 works with 0Q profile.
VMware Blast Extreme dont use the same Capture SDK?


thank you very much!

#8
Posted 12/06/2017 03:42 PM   
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