Yeah, 6.7u3 works for me the best also. And indeed, reserve memory.
The svga.present param is something I had mixed experiences with in the past. Sometimes worked, sometimes not. The steps I described are the ones I follow when setting up a new Win VM.
hypervisor.cpuid.v0 shouldn't be needed now...
iGPU may interfere, don't have experience with those. PCI-E lanes should not be the issue, then only things would perform slower.
I currently use Nvidia drivers 512.77 for my gaming VM, so most probably your are good with 512.15.
You did try the steps I mentioned for a new VM, and following the...
Try to avoid, it might interfere. The VMware remote desktop feature is just a bonus and not suitable for GPU work.
Don't know what your use case is, but if it's a Win10 VM for some GPU work, connect a monitor to it.
As for what you stated "With svga.present=true, enabling/disabling the gpu...
Did you try this:
- Setting this on the VM: svga.present = FALSE
- Or this on the Hypervisor in Configure - System - Advanced System Settings: VMkernel.Boot.disableACSCheck = true
- Try switching PCI-E slots if you put the GPU in the first one closest to the CPU. You might have to redo the...
Have you tried this, in this specific order:
1) Install Ubuntu VM with all updates (and openssh-server just in case)
2) Shutdown VM
3) Set advanced configuration parameters:
3a) hypervisor.cpuid.v0 to FALSE
3b) svga.present to FALSE
4) Attach GPU and Audio Controller to VM
5) Boot up VM
Don't know if it has been mentioned here somewhere, but reached out to ASRockRack for missing fan settings in the BMC on the ROMED8-2T and got BMC firmware version P1.10.01. Now I have fan settings. BMC firmware is not listed on the download page of the motherboard (P1.10.00 is latest...
You can verify on your MilkyWay@Home profile page. Look for Tasks and click on View. There you can track the status of the jobs.
Btw: you can also use this command: boinccmd --project <project URL> nomorework
And let BOINC crunch through all the tasks until everything in the queue is completed...
No problem, took me many years to get GPU passthrough working for me.
For ESXi, I use both, but use 6.7u3 (latest update) the most. Haven't played that much with GPU passthrough on ESXi 7.0 (u2) that much yet. Just stick with 7.0, you can always revert to 6.7. Can't give yo a clear answer on...
This looks good. Under processes something is running.
If you check the log for BOINC messages (/var/log/syslog or /var/log/boinc.log) you will see the GPU is detected and used.
I do think you have to figure the OpenGL thing out. Can't help you with that.
Just check if some of the workunits (2...
Usually an update should do the trick: boinccmd --project <project URL> update
There might still be CPU tasks running and cached, since they are not cancelled automatically. You can also try to detach and re-attach again to reset.
The config file is in...
To be clear, I mentioned BOINC because if that works, it uses the GPU and you can confirm passthrough is working.
Do not expect output at this point through ssh -X <blabla> . That is another step to be taken/solved.
Try BOINC. Add a Nvidia supported project like Milyway@Home. See the project list on the BOINC main website.
Let it crunch on some workunits and check if they complete successfully and that they also get verified.
You tried hooking up the monitor to the GPU to see if you have an output?
Also, if Yuzu is the piece of software giving issues, isn't it better to look in that direction? Had to google for it and see it's a Nintendo Switch emulator.
For what I see from what you posted, passthrough seems to be...