Updates by Release

Updates for each release in this release family of NVIDIA vGPU software may include new features, introduction of hardware and software support, and withdrawal of hardware and software support.

1.1. Updates in Release 9.0

New Features in Release 9.0

  • NVIDIA vComputeServer vGPUs for artificial intelligence, deep learning, and high-performance computing workloads
  • Support for multiple vGPUs in a single VM on vMware vSphere (requires release 6.7 Update 3)
  • Error correcting code (ECC) memory support
  • Page retirement support
  • Peer-to-peer CUDA transfers over NVLink support
  • Configurable times slices for equal share schedulers and fixed share schedulers
  • New configuration parameter to specify host ID of a licensed client
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes

Hardware and Software Support Introduced in Release 9.0

  • Support for the Tesla T4 GPU on Nutanix AHV
  • Support for Nutanix AHV 5.11
  • Support for Windows 10 May 2019 Update (1903) as a guest OS
  • Support for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS as a guest OS on Citrix Hypervisor 7.1 cumulative update 2 and Microsoft Windows Server
  • Support for the following OS releases as a guest OS on VMware vSphere:
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0
    • CentOS 8.0
  • Support for VMware Horizon 7.9

Feature Support Withdrawn in Release 9.0

  • VMware vSphere ESXi 6.0 is no longer supported.

1.2. Updates in Release 9.1

New Features in Release 9.1

  • Support for NVIDIA vComputeServer vGPUs on the following GPUs:
    • Quadro RTX 6000
    • Quadro RTX 8000
  • Security updates
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes

Hardware and Software Support Introduced in Release 9.1

  • Support for CentOS 7.7 as a guest OS
  • Support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7 as a guest OS
  • Support for the following versions of Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops:
    • Version 7 1906
    • Version 7 1909

1.3. Updates in Release 9.2

New Features in Release 9.2

  • Miscellaneous bug fixes
  • Security updates
  • Limitation on the maximum number of NVIDIA vComputeServer vGPUs to eight vGPUs per physical GPU, irrespective of the available hardware resources of the physical GPU
  • Inclusion of two Virtual GPU Manager RPM packages for Red Hat Enterprise Linux with KVM 8.0:
    • One package for the GA Linux KVM kernel
    • One package for the updated z-stream kernel

Hardware and Software Support Introduced in Release 9.2

  • Support for VMware Horizon 7.10

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