1. Changes in this Release

Changes in Release 1.1

  • New frame buffer statistics for GPU and vGPU objects
  • New Framebuffer Statistics widget in the GPU Summary and vGPU Summary dashboards for displaying the new frame buffer statistics
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes

2. Resolved Issues

Issues Resolved in Release 1.1

Bug ID Summary and Description
200422318

No data displayed on NVIDIA dashboards in VMware vRealize Operations

Data is not collected for any ESXi host that is identified by its host name when it is added to VMware vCenter Server. The connection to CIM provider from NVIDIA Virtual GPU Management Pack fails for such hosts because their host names cannot be resolved.

200402630 FrameBuffer Usage chart in the NVIDIA vGPU Summary dashboard always shows the value as zero

The FrameBuffer Usage metric in the NVIDIA vGPU Summary dashboard always shows the value as zero irrespective of the actual usage as reported by the nvidia-smi vgpu -q command.

2109975 Connection to vCenter server fails with InvalidLogin because of multiple active sessions

When a user tries to configure the NVIDIA vGPU adapter, the following error frequently occurs: Unable to establish a valid connection to the target system. null. Sometimes the connection succeeds, but when the user tries to save configuration settings, the following error occurs: Unable to establish a valid connection to the target system.

3. Known Issues

3.1. The NVIDIA Host Summary dashboard shows alerts unrelated to the GPU

Description

After the NVIDIA Virtual GPU Management Pack for VMware vRealize Operations is installed, an NVIDIA vGPU adapter instance is created and the host is rebooted, the NVIDIA Host Summary dashboard shows alerts unrelated to the GPU.

Status

Not an NVIDIA bug

Ref. #

200451772

3.2. NVIDIA dashboards are not removed after the adapter is uninstalled

Description

After the NVIDIA vGPU adapter is uninstalled, NVIDIA dashboards are still present. These dashboards should be removed as a part of the uninstallation process.

Status

Not an NVIDIA bug

Ref. #

200343762

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