If you are unsure of your NVIDIA virtual GPU software version, use the nvidia-smi command to get your NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager version, from which you can determine the NVIDIA virtual GPU software version.

  1. In a hypervisor command shell, such as the XenServer dom0 shell or VMware ESXi host shell, run nvidia-smi without any options.

    The NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager version appears in the first line of text after the date, immediately after the text NVIDIA-SMI.

    In the following example, the NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager version is 390.57.

    [root@vgpu ~]# nvidia-smi
    Fri Mar 30 09:26:18 2018
    +-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | NVIDIA-SMI 390.57                 Driver Version: 391.58                    |
    |-------------------------------+----------------------+----------------------+
    ...
  2. Look up your NVIDIA Virtual GPU Manager version in the following table to get your NVIDIA virtual GPU software version.

    NVIDIA Virtual GPU
    Manager Version
    NVIDIA Virtual GPU
    Software Version
    390.57 6.1
    390.42 6.0
    384.137 5.3
    384.111 5.2
    384.99 5.1
    384.73 5.0
    367.124 4.6
    367.123 4.5
    367.122 4.4
    367.106 4.3
    367.92 4.2
    367.64 4.1
    367.43 4.0
    361.45.48 3.4
    361.45.44 3.3
    361.45.26 3.2
    361.45.09 3.1
    361.40 3.0
    352.103 2.5
    353.01 2.4
    352.97 2.3
    352.83 2.2