1 GRID VGPU FOR VMWARE VSPHERE / RN March 2017 Release Notes
2 RN CONTENTS Release Notes... 1 Validated Platforms... 2 Software versions... 2 Linux support... 2 Hardware configuration... 3 Known Issues / RN ii
3 RELEASE NOTES These Release Notes summarize current status, information on validated platforms, and known issues with NVIDIA GRID Virtual GPU software and hardware on VMware vsphere. Included in this release is NVIDIA GRID Virtual GPU Manager version for VMware vsphere 6.0 Hypervisor (ESXi), NVIDIA Windows drivers for vgpu version , and NVIDIA Linux drivers for vgpu version ! Note: The GRID vgpu Manager and Windows guest VM drivers must be installed together. Older VM drivers will not function correctly with this release of GRID vgpu Manager. Similarly, older GRID vgpu Managers will not function correctly with this release of Windows guest drivers. See issue VM running older NVIDIA vgpu drivers fails to initialize vgpu when booted, on page 5. Updates in this release: Miscellaneous bug fixes / RN
4 VALIDATED PLATFORMS This release of virtual GPU provides support for NVIDIA GRID K1, GRID K2, Tesla M6 and Tesla M60 GPUs on VMware vsphere 6.0 Hypervisor (ESXi), running on validated server hardware platforms. For a list of validated server platforms, refer to SOFTWARE VERSIONS This release has been tested with the following software versions: Software tested VMware vsphere Hypervisor (ESXi) 6.0 RTM build VMware Horizon RTM build RTM build VMware vcenter Server 6.0 RTM build Linux support GRID vgpu supports the following Linux distributions as a guest OS only on Tesla M60 and Tesla M6 on VMware vsphere: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 and later compatible 6.x versions Red Hat Enterprise Linux and later compatible 7.x versions CentOS 6.6 and later compatible 6.x versions CentOS and later compatible 7.x versions Ubuntu LTS Ubuntu LTS / RN
5 Validated Platforms HARDWARE CONFIGURATION Tesla M60 and M6 GPUs support compute and graphics modes, which can be configured using the gpumodeswitch tool provided with GRID software releases. GRID vgpu requires that M60 / M6 are configured in graphics mode / RN
6 KNOWN ISSUES NVENC requires at least 1 Gbyte of frame buffer Using the frame buffer for the NVIDIA hardware-based H.264/HEVC video encoder (NVENC) may cause memory exhaustion with vgpu profiles that have 512 Mbytes or less of frame buffer. To reduce the possibility of memory exhaustion, NVENC is disabled on profiles that have 512 Mbytes or less of frame buffer. Application GPU acceleration remains fully supported and available for all profiles, including profiles with 512 Mbytes or less of frame buffer. NVENC support from VMware is a recent feature and, if you are using an older version, you should experience no change in functionality The following vgpu profiles have 512 Mbytes or less of frame buffer: Tesla M6-0B, M6-0Q Tesla M60-0B, M60-0Q GRID K100, K120Q GRID K200, K220Q Workaround If you require NVENC to be enabled, use a profile that has at least 1 Gbyte of frame buffer. Closed Ref. # / RN
7 The VMware VIB installer incorrectly reports that reboot is not required after installing the vgpu Manager VIB After installing the NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager VIB for vsphere on the ESXi host, the esxcli command to install the VIB incorrectly reports Reboot Required: false in the installation result message. The instructions in GRID Virtual GPU User Guide for installing and updating the NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager VIB are correct. Workaround Reboot the ESXi host and remove it from maintenance mode as instructed in GRID Virtual GPU User Guide. Ignore the line Reboot Required: false in the installation result message. Ref. # VM running older NVIDIA vgpu drivers fails to initialize vgpu when booted A VM running older NVIDIA drivers, such as those from a previous vgpu release, will fail to initialize vgpu when booted on a vsphere platform running the current release of GRID Virtual GPU Manager. In this scenario, the VM boots in standard VGA mode with reduced resolution and color depth. The NVIDIA GRID GPU is present in Windows Device Manager but displays a warning sign, and a device status of Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43). The VM s log file reports a version mismatch between guest and host drivers: vthread-10 E105: vmiop_log: Guest VGX version(2.0) and Host VGX version(2.1) do not match Or, The VM s log file reports a signature mismatch: Fix Ref. # vthread-10 E105: vmiop_log: VGPU message signature mismatch. Install the latest NVIDIA vgpu release drivers in the VM / RN
8 Virtual GPU fails to start if ECC is enabled GRID K2, Tesla M60, and Tesla M6 support ECC (error correcting code) for improved data integrity. If ECC is enabled, virtual GPU fails to start. The following error is logged in the VM s log file: vthread10 E105: Initialization: VGX not supported with ECC Enabled. Virtual GPU is not currently supported with ECC active. GRID K2 cards and Tesla M60, M6 cards in graphics mode ship with ECC disabled by default, but ECC may subsequently be enabled using nvidia-smi. Workaround Ref. # Use nvidia-smi to list status on all GPUs, and check for ECC noted as enabled on GPUs. Change the ECC status to off on a specific GPU by executing nvidia-smi -i <id> -e 0, where <id> is the index of the GPU as reported by nvidia-smi / RN
9 Single vgpu benchmark scores are lower than passthrough GPU A single vgpu configured on a physical GPU produces lower benchmark scores than the physical GPU run in passthrough mode. Aside from performance differences that may be attributed to a vgpu s smaller framebuffer size, vgpu incorporates a performance balancing feature known as Frame Rate Limiter (FRL), which is enabled on all vgpus. FRL is used to ensure balanced performance across multiple vgpus that are resident on the same physical GPU. The FRL setting is designed to give good interactive remote graphics experience but may reduce scores in benchmarks that depend on measuring frame rendering rates, as compared to the same benchmarks running on a passthrough GPU. Workaround FRL is controlled by an internal vgpu setting. NVIDIA does not validate vgpu with FRL disabled, but for validation of benchmark performance, FRL can be temporarily disabled by adding the configuration parameter pcipassthru0.cfg.frame_rate_limiter in the VM s advanced configuration options (select Edit Settings, select the VM Options tab, expand the Advanced dropdown, select Edit Configuration, select Add Row, then manually enter the parameter name and set it to 0. (This setting can only be changed when the VM is powered off.) With this setting in place, the VM s vgpu will run without any frame rate limit. The FRL can be reverted back to its default setting by setting pcipassthru0.cfg.frame_rate_limiter to 1 or by removing the parameter from the advanced settings. Ref. # / RN
10 VMs configured with large memory fail to initialize vgpu when booted When starting multiple VMs configured with large amounts of RAM (typically more than 32GB per VM), a VM may fail to initialize vgpu. In this scenario, the VM boots in VMware SVGA mode and doesn t load the NVIDIA driver. The NVIDIA GRID GPU is present in Windows Device Manager but displays a warning sign, and a device status of Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43). The VM s log file contains these error messages: Fix vthread10 E105: NVOS status 0x29 vthread10 E105: Assertion Failed at 0x7620fd4b:179 vthread10 E105: 8 frames returned by backtrace... vthread10 E105: VGPU message 12 failed, result code: 0x29... vthread10 E105: NVOS status 0x8 vthread10 E105: Assertion Failed at 0x7620c8df:280 vthread10 E105: 8 frames returned by backtrace... vthread10 E105: VGPU message 26 failed, result code: 0x8 vgpu reserves a portion of the VM s framebuffer for use in GPU mapping of VM system memory. The reservation is sufficient to support up to 32GB of system memory, and may be increased to accommodate up to 64GB by adding the configuration parameter pcipassthru0.cfg.enable_large_sys_mem in the VM s advanced configuration options (select Edit Settings, select the VM Options tab, expand the Advanced dropdown, select Edit Configuration, select Add Row, then manually enter the parameter name and set it to 1. (This setting can only be changed when the VM is powered off.) With this setting in place, less GPU framebuffer is available to applications running in the VM. To accommodate system memory larger than 64GB, the reservation can be further increased by adding pcipassthru0.cfg.extra_fb_reservation in the VM s advanced configuration options, and settings its value to the desired reservation size in megabytes. The default value of 64M is sufficient to support 64GB of RAM. We recommend adding 2M of reservation for each additional 1GB of system memory. For example, to support 96GB of RAM, set pcipassthru0.cfg.extra_fb_reservation to 128. The reservation can be reverted back to its default setting by setting pcipassthru0.cfg.enable_large_sys_mem to 0, or by removing the parameter from the advanced settings. Fixed Ref. # / RN
11 Horizon session is unable to scale to resolutions higher than 1280x1024 on VMs running vgpu on Tesla M6 or Tesla M60 Fix Ref. # GRID vgpu is a licensed feature on Tesla M6 and M60. A software license is required to enable full vgpu features within the guest VM. Please refer to GRID Licensing User Guide on how to license your vgpu VM. Horizon sessions run at a low frame rate on VMs running vgpu on Tesla M6 or Tesla M60 Fix Ref. # GRID vgpu is a licensed feature on Tesla M6 and M60. A software license is required to enable full vgpu features within the guest VM. Please refer to GRID Licensing User Guide on how to license your vgpu VM. Applications fail to start on VMs running vgpu on Tesla M6 or Tesla M60 Applications fail to start within the VM, and the following error is logged in the VM s log file: vthread-10 E105: vmiop_log: Guest is unlicensed. Cannot allocate more than 0x20 channels! Fix Ref. # GRID vgpu is a licensed feature on Tesla M6 and M60. A software license is required to enable full vgpu features within the guest VM. Please refer to GRID Licensing User Guide on how to license your vgpu VM / RN
12 Memory exhaustion can occur with vgpu profiles that have 512 Mbytes or less of frame buffer Memory exhaustion can occur with vgpu profiles that have 512 Mbytes or less of frame buffer. This issue typically occurs when multiple display heads are used with Citrix XenDesktop or VMware Horizon on a Windows 10 guest VM. When this error occurs, the NVIDIA host driver reports Xid error 31 and Xid error 43 in the VMware vsphere log file vmware.log in the guest VM s storage directory. The following vgpu profiles have 512 Mbytes or less of frame buffer: Tesla M6-0B, M6-0Q Tesla M60-0B, M60-0Q GRID K100, K120Q GRID K200, K220Q Workaround Ref. # NVIDIA Control Panel complains that you are not currently using a display that is attached to an Nvidia GPU Fix When you launch NVIDIA Control Panel on a VM configured with vgpu, it fails to start and complains about not using a display attached to an NVIDIA GPU. This happens because Windows is using VMware s SVGA device instead of NVIDIA vgpu. Make NVIDIA vgpu the primary display adapter. Use Windows screen resolution control panel to make the second display, identified as 2 and corresponding to NVIDIA vgpu, to be the active display and select the Show desktop only on 2 option. Click Apply to accept the configuration. You may need to click on the Detect button for Windows to recognize the display connected to NVIDIA vgpu. Ref. # Note: if the VMware Horizon/View agent is installed in the VM, the NVIDIA GPU is automatically selected in preference to the SVGA device / RN
13 VM configured with more than one vgpu fails to initialize vgpu when booted Workaround Ref. # Using the current VMware vcenter user interface, it is possible to configure a VM with more than one vgpu device. When booted, the VM boots in VMware SVGA mode and doesn t load the NVIDIA driver. The additional vgpu devices are present in Windows Device Manager but display a warning sign, and a device status of Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43). GRID vgpu currently supports a single virtual GPU device per VM. Remove any additional vgpus from the VM configuration before booting the VM. A VM configured with both a vgpu and a passthrough GPU fails to start the passthrough GPU Using the current VMware vcenter user interface, it is possible to configure a VM with a vgpu device and a passthrough (direct path) GPU device. This is not a currently supported configuration for vgpu. The passthrough GPU appears in Windows Device Manager with a warning sign, and a device status of Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43). Workaround Do not assign vgpu and passthrough GPUs to a VM simultaneously. Ref. # vgpu allocation policy fails when multiple VMs are started simultaneously If multiple VMs are started simultaneously, vsphere may not adhere to the placement policy currently in effect. For example, if the default placement policy (breadth-first) is in effect, and 4 physical GPUs are available with no resident vgpus, then starting 4 VMs simultaneously should result in one vgpu on each GPU. In practice, more than one vgpu may end up resident on a GPU. Workaround Start VMs individually. Not an NVIDIA bug Ref. # / RN
14 Prior to installing Horizon agent inside a VM, the Start menu s sleep option is available. Workaround Ref. # When a VM is configured with a vgpu, the Sleep option remains available in the Windows Start menu. Sleep is not supported on vgpu and attempts to use it will lead to undefined behavior. Do not use Sleep with vgpu. Installing the VMware Horizon agent will disable the Sleep option. Closed vgpu-enabled VMs fail to start, nvidia-smi fails when VMs are configured with too high a proportion of the server s memory. If vgpu-enabled VMs are assigned too high a proportion of the server s total memory, one of more of the VMs may fail to start with the error The available Memory resources in the parent resource pool are insufficient for the operation, and nvidia-smi run in the host shell returns the error "-sh: can't fork". For example, on a server configured with 256G of memory, these errors may occur if vgpu-enabled VMs are assigned more than 243G of memory. Workaround Reduce the total amount of system memory assigned to the VMs. Closed Ref. # On reset/restart VMs fail to start with the error VMIOP: no graphics device is available for vgpu On a system running a maximal configuration, i.e. maximum number of vgpu VMs the server can support, some VMs might fail to start post a reset or restart operation. Fix Upgrade to ESXi 6.0 Update 1 Closed Ref. # / RN
15 nvidia-smi shows high GPU utilization for vgpu VMs with active Horizon sessions vgpu VMs with an active Horizon connection utilize a high percentage of the GPU on the ESXi host. The GPU utilization remains high for the duration of the Horizon session even if there are no active applications running on the VM. Workaround None Ref. # MPlayer, or other video players, fail to start when using hardware acceleration on Linux VMs running vgpu VDPAU is currently not supported on Linux VMs running vgpu. Workaround Fixed Ref. # After configuring license on a vgpu VM, Horizon session fails to scale to resolutions higher than 1280x1024 After configuring license on a vgpu VM over a Horizon session, the Horizon window still fails to scale to resolutions beyond 1280x1024. Workaround Disconnect and reconnect the Horizon session. Ref. # Horizon does not scale over multiple monitors when connecting to Ubuntu VMs Horizon when connecting to an Ubuntu VM in full screen mode fails to scale over multiple monitors. Workaround Fixed Ref. # / RN
16 Multiple WebGL tabs in Microsoft Internet Explorer may trigger TDR on Windows VMs Workaround Running intensive WebGL applications in multiple IE tabs may trigger a TDR on Windows VMs. Disable hardware acceleration in IE. To enable software rendering in IE, refer Microsoft s knowledge base article at Ref. # After a reboot of the VM, the task bar moves to the secondary monitor when the view session is reconnected Workaround Ref. # After a reboot of the VM, the task bar moves to the secondary monitor when the view session is reconnected. The issue occurs only on the first connection after the reboot while VM is rebooted from the view session. Change the view session from full-screen mode to window mode and then change it back to full-screen mode: 1. In the view session screen, click the (Restore Down) icon to change the view session to window mode. 2. In the title bar of the view session window, click the (Maximize) icon to change the view session back again to fullscreen mode. Closed / RN
17 NVIDIA driver forces Tesla M60 to be the primary display adapter After the NVIDIA driver is installed on a Tesla M60 GPU on a server running baremetal Windows (no hypervisor), a black or blue screen is observed as the primary display switches from igpu to Tesla M60. If the Windows default WDDM driver is installed for an igpu device such as Matrox, a blue screen is observed. If the igpu driver is installed, a black screen is observed. Workaround 1. Before installing the NVIDIA driver on your server, ensure that the server is connected to the network and is accessible through remote access software such as VNC. 2. Connect to the server through IPMI or VNC and install the NVIDIA driver. 3. When the installation of the NVIDIA driver is complete, reboot the server. After you reboot the server, the IPMI display may display only a black or a blue screen. In this situation, display the OS desktop on the IPMI display by configuring the first display to be the active display. The first display is identified as 1 and corresponds to the server s onboard VGA device. 1. Connect to the server through the remote access software that you are using. 2. Windows Control Panel. 3. In Windows Control Panel, click Appearance and Personalization and then Connect to an external display. 4. If Windows Control Panel does not show the display that is connected to the server s onboard VGA device, click Detect. 5. In the Multiple displays list, click Show desktop only on 1 and then click Apply. Not an NVIDIA bug Ref. # / RN
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