NVIDIA GRID 5.0 released (384.73/385.41)

Written by Thomas Poppelgaard. Posted in CentOS, Citrix, dVGA, GRID, Horizon, Linux, Maxwell, Microsoft, NVENC, NVIDIA, Pascal, Quadro, RDS, RemoteFX, RHEL, Tesla, Ubuntu, vGPU, VMware, vSphere, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008R2, Windows Server 2012R2, Windows Server 2016

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Hi All

Its time to update your NVIDIA TESLA M6, M10, M60 environment or start using the new TESLA P4, P6, P40, P100 with GRID 5.0.

NVIDIA have released new drivers for NVIDIA GRID 5.0 for September 2017.

This release includes the following software:

  • NVIDIA GRID Virtual GPU Manager version 384.73 for the Citrix XenServer, VMware vSphere, Huawei UVP
  • NVIDIA Windows driver version 385.41
  • NVIDIA Linux driver version 384.73

New in this Release:

  • Support for GPUs based on the NVIDIA® Pascal™ architecture
  • Compute mode support for GRID vGPU and pass-through GPU on GPUs based on the NVIDIA Pascal architecture
  • New GRID vGPU schedulers for GPUs based on the NVIDIA Pascal architecture
  • Support for NVML and nvidia-smi on 32-Bit Windows VMs
  • Application-level monitoring of GRID vGPU engine utilization
  • Encoder session monitoring
  • Support for NVENC on Linux GRID vGPUs
  • Removal of support for GRID K1 and GRID K2 GPUs
  • Software enforcement of licensing requirements
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes

Supported NVIDIA GPUs with GRID 5.0

  • Tesla M6
  • Tesla M10
  • Tesla M60
  • Tesla P4
  • Tesla P6
  • Tesla P40
  • Tesla P100

Supported Hypervisors with GRID 5.0

  • Citrix XenServer
    Citrix XenServer 7.0, 7.1, 7.2 (supported with Tesla M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100)
    Citrix XenServer 6.5 (supported with Tesla M6, M10, M60)
  • VMware vSphere
    VMware vSphere 6.5 (supported with Tesla M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100)
    Vmware vSphere 6.0 update3, update 2, update 1, RTM b2494585 (supported with Tesla M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100)
    VMware vSphere 5.5 (supported with Tesla M6,M10,M60)
  • Microsoft Hyper-V 2016
    Microsoft Windows Server 2016 with Hyper-V role (supported with Tesla M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100)
    note: Microsoft Windows Server with Hyper-V role supports GPU pass-through over Microsoft Virtual PCI bus. This bus is supported through paravirtualized drivers. 
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM 7.2, 7.3 (supported with Tesla M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100)
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM 7.0, 7.1 (supported with Tesla M6,M10,M60)
  • Huawei UVP
    Huawei UVP RC520 (supported with Tesla M60)

Whats new in GRID 5.0 – 384.73-385.41

NVIDIA have released a new version of GRID 5.0 – 384.73-385.41 for NVIDIA GRID  (Tesla M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100 platform)

Included in this release is

  • NVIDIA GRID Virtual GPU Manager versions 384.73 for Citrix XenServer 6.5 SP1
  • NVIDIA GRID Virtual GPU Manager versions 384.73 for Citrix XenServer 7
  • NVIDIA GRID Virtual GPU Manager versions 384.73 for Citrix XenServer 7.1
  • NVIDIA GRID Virtual GPU Manager version 384.73 for VMware vSphere 6.0 Hypervisor (ESXi)
  • NVIDIA GRID Virtual GPU Manager version 384.73 for VMware vSphere 6.5 Hypervisor (ESXi)
  • NVIDIA Windows drivers for vGPU version 385.41
  • NVIDIA Linux drivers for vGPU version 384.73.

Important:

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

Windows Guest OS support in vGPU 385.41

GRID vGPU 385.41 supports following Windows release as a guest OS

  • Microsoft Windowss 7 (32/64bit)
  • Microsoft Windows 8 (32/64bit)
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1 (32/64bit)
  • Microsoft Windows 10 (32/64bit)
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008R2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016

Linux Guest OS support in vGPU 384.73

GRID vGPU 384.73 supports following Linux distributions as a guest OS only on supported Tesla GPUs

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0-7.3
  • CentOS 7.0-7.3
  • Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
  • Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Important driver notes to GRID 5.0

  • In pass-through mode, GPUs based on the Pascal architecture support only 64-bit guest operating systems. No 32-bit guest operating systems are supported in pass-through mode for these GPUs.
  • ESXi 6.0 Update 3 is required for pass-through mode on GPUs based on the Pascal architecture.
  • Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are not supported in pass-through mode on GPUs based on the Pascal architecture.
  • Only Tesla M6 is supported as the primary display device in a bare-metal deployment.
  • 32-bit Windows 10 is supported only on Tesla M6, Tesla M10, and Tesla M60 GPUs.
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM 7.0 and 7.1 are supported only on Tesla M6, Tesla M10, and Tesla M60 GPUs.
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM supports Windows guest operating systems only under specific Red Hat subscription programs. For details, see Certified guest operating systems for Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM.
  • Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, 32-bit Windows 10, and 32-bit Windows 8.1 are supported only on Tesla M6, Tesla M10, and Tesla M60 GPUs.

Guide – Update existing vGPU GRID Manager (Hypervisor)


 

GRID vGPU Manager 384.73 for Citrix XenServer 6.5

If you have a NVIDIA GRID M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100 vGPU GRID manager installed in Citrix XenServer. Upgrade with one of below methodology:

Methodology 1 – the manual way “No GUI”

Upgrading an existing installation of the NVIDIA driver on Citrix XenServer 6.5, use the rpm -U command to upgrade:

If you have NVIDIA GRID TESLA M6 / M10 / M60 / P4 / P6 / P40 / P100
[root@localhost ~]# rpm -Uv NVIDIA-vGPU-xenserver-6.5-384.73.x86_64.rpm 
Preparing packages for installation...

The recommendation from NVIDIA is to shutdown all VMs using a GPU. The machine does continue to work during the update, but since you need to reboot the XenServer itself, it’s better to gracefully shutdown the VMs. So after your VMs have been shutdown and you upgraded the NVIDIA driver, you can reboot your host.

[root@localhost ~]# xe host-disable
[root@localhost ~]# xe host-reboot

Methodology 2 – the “GUI” way

Select Install Update… from the Tools menu
 Click Next after going through the instructions on the Before You Start section
 Click Add on the Select Update section and open NVIDIA’s XenServer Supplemental Pack ISO

If you have NVIDIA GRID K1 / K2 select following file:

“NVIDIA-vGPU-kepler-xenserver-6.5-384.73.x86_64.iso ”

If you have NVIDIA GRID M10/ M6/M60 select following file:

“NVIDIA-vGPU-xenserver-6.5-384.73.x86_64.iso ”

Click Next on the Select Update section
 In the Select Servers section select all the XenServer hosts on which the Supplemental Pack should be installed on and click Next
 Click Next on the Upload section once the Supplemental Pack has been uploaded to all the XenServer hosts
Getting Started
 Click Next on the Prechecks section
 Click Install Update on the Update Mode section
 Click Finish on the Install Update section

After the XenServer platform has rebooted, verify that the GRID package installed and loaded correctly by checking for the NVIDIA kernel driver in the list of kernel loaded modules.

Validate from putty or XenCenter CLI

run lsmod | grep nvidia

Verify that the NVIDIA kernel driver can successfully communicate with the GRID physical GPUs in your system by running the nvidia-smi command, which should produce a listing of the GPUs in your platform:

Check driver version is 367.92, if it is then your host is ready for GPU awesomeness and make your VM rock.

GRID vGPU Manager 384.73 for Citrix XenServer 7

If you have a NVIDIA GRID M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100 vGPU GRID manager installed in Citrix XenServer. Upgrade with one of below methodology:

Methodology 1 – the manual way “No GUI”

Upgrading an existing installation of the NVIDIA driver on Citrix XenServer 7, use the rpm -U command to upgrade:

If you have NVIDIA GRID TESLA M6 / M10 / M60 / P4 / P6 / P40 / P100
[root@localhost ~]# rpm -Uv NVIDIA-vGPU-xenserver-7.0-384.73.x86_64.rpm 
Preparing packages for installation...

The recommendation from NVIDIA is to shutdown all VMs using a GPU. The machine does continue to work during the update, but since you need to reboot the XenServer itself, it’s better to gracefully shutdown the VMs. So after your VMs have been shutdown and you upgraded the NVIDIA driver, you can reboot your host.

[root@localhost ~]# xe host-disable
[root@localhost ~]# xe host-reboot

Methodology 2 – the “GUI” way

Select Install Update… from the Tools menu
 Click Next after going through the instructions on the Before You Start section
 Click Add on the Select Update section and open NVIDIA’s XenServer Supplemental Pack ISO

 

If you have NVIDIA GRID M6/M10/M60/P4/P6/P40/P100 select following file:

“NVIDIA-vGPU-xenserver-7.0-384.73.x86_64.iso ”

Click Next on the Select Update section
 In the Select Servers section select all the XenServer hosts on which the Supplemental Pack should be installed on and click Next
 Click Next on the Upload section once the Supplemental Pack has been uploaded to all the XenServer hosts
Getting Started
 Click Next on the Prechecks section
 Click Install Update on the Update Mode section
 Click Finish on the Install Update section

After the XenServer platform has rebooted, verify that the GRID package installed and loaded correctly by checking for the NVIDIA kernel driver in the list of kernel loaded modules.

Validate from putty or XenCenter CLI

run lsmod | grep nvidia

Verify that the NVIDIA kernel driver can successfully communicate with the GRID physical GPUs in your system by running the nvidia-smi command, which should produce a listing of the GPUs in your platform:

Check driver version is 384.73, if it is then your host is ready for GPU awesomeness and make your VM rock.

GRID vGPU Manager 384.73 for Citrix XenServer 7.1, 7.2

If you have a NVIDIA GRID M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100 vGPU GRID manager installed in Citrix XenServer. Upgrade with one of below methodology:

Methodology 1 – the manual way “No GUI”

Upgrading an existing installation of the NVIDIA driver on Citrix XenServer 7.1, use the rpm -U command to upgrade:

If you have NVIDIA GRID TESLA M6 / M10 / M60 / P4 / P6 / P40 / P100
[root@localhost ~]# rpm -Uv NVIDIA-vGPU-xenserver-7.1-384.73.x86_64.rpm 
Preparing packages for installation...

The recommendation from NVIDIA is to shutdown all VMs using a GPU. The machine does continue to work during the update, but since you need to reboot the XenServer itself, it’s better to gracefully shutdown the VMs. So after your VMs have been shutdown and you upgraded the NVIDIA driver, you can reboot your host.

[root@localhost ~]# xe host-disable
[root@localhost ~]# xe host-reboot

Methodology 2 – the “GUI” way

Select Install Update… from the Tools menu
 Click Next after going through the instructions on the Before You Start section
 Click Add on the Select Update section and open NVIDIA’s XenServer Supplemental Pack ISO

 

If you have NVIDIA GRID M6/ M10/M60/P4/P6/P40/P100 select following file:

“NVIDIA-vGPU-xenserver-7.1-384.73.x86_64.iso ” if XenServer 7.1

“NVIDIA-vGPU-xenserver-7.2-384.73.x86_64.iso ” if XenServer 7.2

Click Next on the Select Update section
 In the Select Servers section select all the XenServer hosts on which the Supplemental Pack should be installed on and click Next
 Click Next on the Upload section once the Supplemental Pack has been uploaded to all the XenServer hosts
Getting Started
 Click Next on the Prechecks section
 Click Install Update on the Update Mode section
 Click Finish on the Install Update section

After the XenServer platform has rebooted, verify that the GRID package installed and loaded correctly by checking for the NVIDIA kernel driver in the list of kernel loaded modules.

Validate from putty or XenCenter CLI

run lsmod | grep nvidia

Verify that the NVIDIA kernel driver can successfully communicate with the GRID physical GPUs in your system by running the nvidia-smi command, which should produce a listing of the GPUs in your platform:

Check driver version is 384.73, if it is then your host is ready for GPU awesomeness and make your VM rock.

GRID vGPU Manager 384.73 for VMware vSphere 6.0

To update the NVIDIA GPU VIB, you must uninstall the currently installed VIB and install the new VIB.

To uninstall the currently installed VIB:

  1. Stop all virtual machines using 3D acceleration.
  2. Place the ESXi host into Maintenance mode.
  3. Open a command prompt on the ESXi host.
  4. Stop the xorg service by running the command:/etc/init.d/xorg stop
  5. Remove the NVIDIA VMkernel driver by running the command:vmkload_mod -u nvidia
  6. Identify the NVIDIA VIB name by running this command:esxcli software vib list | grep NVIDIA
  7. Remove the VIB by running the command:esxcli software vib remove -n nameofNVIDIAVIBYou can now install a new NVIDIA GPU VIB
  8. Use the esxcli command to install the vGPU Manager package:
If you have NVIDIA GRID TESLA M6 / M10 / M60 / P4 / P6 / P40 / P100 select following file:
[root@lesxi ~] esxcli software vib install -v /NVIDIA-vGPU-VMware_ESXi_6.0_Host_Driver_384.73-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585.vib

After the ESXi host has rebooted, verify that the GRID package installed and loaded correctly by checking for the NVIDIA kernel driver in the list of kernel loaded modules.

[root@lesxi ~]# vmkload_mod -l | grep nvidia 
Preparing packages for installation...

Validate

run nvidia-smi

Verify that the NVIDIA kernel driver can successfully communicate with the GRID physical GPUs in your system by running the nvidia-smi command, which should produce a listing of the GPUs in your platform:

Check driver version is 384.73, if it is then your host is ready for GPU awesomeness and make your VM rock.

GRID vGPU Manager 384.73 for VMware vSphere 6.5

To update the NVIDIA GPU VIB, you must uninstall the currently installed VIB and install the new VIB.

To uninstall the currently installed VIB:

  1. Stop all virtual machines using 3D acceleration.
  2. Place the ESXi host into Maintenance mode.
  3. Open a command prompt on the ESXi host.
  4. Stop the xorg service by running the command:/etc/init.d/xorg stop
  5. Remove the NVIDIA VMkernel driver by running the command:vmkload_mod -u nvidia
  6. Identify the NVIDIA VIB name by running this command:esxcli software vib list | grep NVIDIA
  7. Remove the VIB by running the command:esxcli software vib remove -n nameofNVIDIAVIBYou can now install a new NVIDIA GPU VIB
  8. Use the esxcli command to install the vGPU Manager package:
If you have NVIDIA GRID TESLA M6 / M10 / M60 / P4 / P6 / P40 / P100 select following file:
[root@lesxi ~] esxcli software vib install -v /NVIDIA-vGPU-VMware_ESXi_6.5_Host_Driver_384.73-1OEM.650.0.0.2494585.vib

After the ESXi host has rebooted, verify that the GRID package installed and loaded correctly by checking for the NVIDIA kernel driver in the list of kernel loaded modules.

[root@lesxi ~]# vmkload_mod -l | grep nvidia 
Preparing packages for installation...

Validate

run nvidia-smi

Verify that the NVIDIA kernel driver can successfully communicate with the GRID physical GPUs in your system by running the nvidia-smi command, which should produce a listing of the GPUs in your platform:

Check driver version is 384.73 if it is then your host is ready for GPU awesomeness and make your VM rock.

Update existing vGPU Driver (Virtual Machine)

When the hypervisor vGPU GRID manager is updated next is updating the Virtual Machines vGPU driver.

  • 385.41_grid_win8_win7_32bit_international.exe
  • 385.41_grid_win8_win7_server2012R2_server2008R2_64bit_international.exe
  • 385.41_grid_win10_32bit_international.exe
  • 385.41_grid_win10_server2016_64bit_international.exe
  • NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-384.73-grid.run (only available with M10/M6/M60)

The vGPU driver for Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 is available with NVIDIA GRID vGPU download. This is available for both M6/M10/M60/P4/P6/P40/P100

The vGPU driver for Linux is only available for vGPU with following Tesla GPU M10/M6/M60

Update your Golden Images and reprovisioning the new virtual machines with updated vGPU drivers, if you have stateless machines update vGPU drivers on each.

#HINT – Express upgrade of drivers is the recommended option according to the setup. If you use the “Custom” option, you will have the option to do a “clean” installation. The downside of the “clean installation” is that it will remove all profiles and custom settings. The pro of using the clean installation option is that it will reinstall the complete driver, meaning that there will be no old driver files left on the system. I most of the time recommends using a “Clean” installation to keep it vanilla 🙂

#HINT (Citrix XenDesktop 7.6-7.11 customers)

The NVIDIA GRID API provides direct access to the frame buffer of the GPU, providing the fastest possible frame rate for a smooth and interactive user experience. If you install NVIDIA drivers before you install a VDA with HDX 3D Pro, NVIDIA GRID is enabled by default.

To enable NVIDIA GRID on a VM, disable Microsoft Basic Display Adapter from the Device Manager. Run the following command and then restart the VDA: Montereyenable.exe -enable -noreset

If you install NVIDIA drivers after you install a VDA with HDX 3D Pro, NVIDIA GRID is disabled. Enable NVIDIA GRID by using the Montereyenable tool provided by NVIDIA.

To disable NVIDIA GRID, run the following command and then restart the VDA: Montereyenable.exe -disable -noreset

#HINT (Citrix XenDesktop 7.12/7.13/7.14/7.15 customers)

The NVIDIA GRID API provides direct access to the frame buffer of the GPU, providing the fastest possible frame rate for a smooth and interactive user experience. If you install NVIDIA drivers before you install a VDA with HDX 3D Pro, NVIDIA GRID is enabled by default.

To enable NVIDIA GRID on a VM, disable Microsoft Basic Display Adapter from the Device Manager. Run the following command and then restart the VDA: NVFBCEnable.exe -enable -noreset

If you install NVIDIA drivers after you install a VDA with HDX 3D Pro, NVIDIA GRID is disabled. Enable NVIDIA GRID by using the NVFBCEnable tool provided by NVIDIA.

To disable NVIDIA GRID, run the following command and then restart the VDA: NVFBCEnable.exe -disable -noreset

 

docs.nvidia.com

NVIDIA have done a great job creating a documentation portal for all their products including NVIDIA GRID.

the url is https://docs.nvidia.com

Source

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Software Documentation

https://docs.nvidia.com/grid/index.html

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Software Supported Products

NVIDIA Virtual GPU Software Quick Start Guide

Tesla M6/M10/M60/P4/P6/P40/P100 – sources

vGPU Grid Manager + Drivers are only available to customers and NVIDIA NPN partners for M6/M10/M60/P4/P6/P40/P100

Download if you are a NPN partner

Download if you are a GRID M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100 customer

 

Japan East (Tokyo, Saitama) now GA with Azure NV-series

Written by Thomas Poppelgaard. Posted in Autodesk, Azure, Citrix, Cloud, Datacenter and Cloud, End User Computing, GRID, Hyper-V, Microsoft, MVP, NVIDIA, RDS, Tesla, Windows Server 2012R2, Windows Server 2016

Microsoft Azure is moving really fast and 29 datacenters around the world is now online. I was in Japan some weeks ago (week 14) and did a presentation at E2EVC on NV series and how easy it is to build Virtual machines with NV-series. At that time I demonstrated live heavy graphics application such as Autodesk Revit, Navisworks running from Azure SE Asia (Singapore) with RDP10 to my Microsoft Surfacebook in Japan on hotel wifi and it worked actually really good. Some weeks later I was home in Denmark, I was preparing my speech for Azure Bootcamp in Aarhus, Denmark. I noticed that a new datacenter in Japan West (Osaka) and Japan East (Tokyo, Saitama) have gone “Operational” and more specific Japan East (Tokyo, Saitama) now was live with Azure NV6, NV12, NV24. This is really awesome and I had to try it out.

To summary up, Microsoft have made their datacenter in Japan East (Tokyo, Saitama) online some weeks ago offering NV-series (NV6,NV12,NV24) this is great for customers in Japan getting low latency from their cities to Azure GPU enabled visualization instances. 

What is Microsoft NV-series

The NV instance are optimized and designed for remote visualization, streaming, gaming, encoding and VDI scenarios utilizing frameworks such as OpenGL and DirectX, customers can use Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2012 and further virtualize with session sharing technologies such as Microsoft RDS / Citrix XenApp and do GPU sharing from Azure NV instances. 

The NV instances are powered by NVIDIA’s Tesla M60 GPU card and NVIDIA GRID for desktop accelerated applications and virtual desktops where customers will be able to visualize their data or simulations. Users will be able to visualize their graphics intensive workflows on the NV instances to get superior graphics capability and additionally run single precision workloads such as encoding and rendering.

NV6 instance is one half physically GPU NVIDIA Tesla M60 (GRID)
NV12 instance is 1 physically GPU NVIDIA Tesla M60 (GRID)
NV24 instance is 2 physically GPU NVIDIA Tesla M60 (GRID)

Below visual diagram highlights what technical ressources you get of each instance.

Limitations of NV-series:

Please notice that the NV-series SSD disk are available on temp disk (d: drive)  and NV-series VMs do not support VM disks that are backed by Azure premium storage. The primary disk (c: drive) is HDD data disk which is limited of 500 IOPS.

NVIDIA GRID vGPU is not supported with NV-series.

How to create a Microsoft NV-instance

When creating an NV-series VM using the Azure portal, on the Basics blade, select a VM disk type of HDD. To choose an available N-series size, on the Size blade, click View all.

When instance is started up you have to install the NVIDIA drivers for Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2012r2 here 

Where is Microsoft NV-series available

Microsoft NV6, NV12, NV24 is now available in following datacenters

  • East US(Virginia)
  • North Central US(Illinois)
  • South Central US(Texas)
  • West Europe (Amsterdam)
  • South East (Singapore)
  • NEW Japan East (Tokyo, Saitama)

Below is a visual diagram I have made of the NV series availability in the 6 new datacenters around the world.

Price pr hour example of Microsoft NV6

Below is a price example I have done with NV6 in all 6 datacenters with a hourly usage or with 1 month usage.

The price difference is not big but its important to understand if you design NV series in multiple datacenters. The cost is different.

Want help with NV-series

If you are interested in trying out Azure NV-series I highly recommend you try it out, if you are interested in getting help you are always welcome to reach out to me for my professional services. 

Source

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/overview/datacenters/how-to-choose/

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/regions/services/

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/calculator/

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-n-series-general-availability-on-december-1/

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/windows/n-series-driver-setup

 

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