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This is outdated -- now we have Docker Desktop WSL 2 Tech Preview! :) Scott Hanselman wrote a great blog post about it.
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@rickman_MSFT Thanks for your reply. This sounds very promising! We just saw that this DirectX device plugin for Kubernetes seems to solve the problem, but requires the pending pull request for supporting device plugins under Windows. In contrary to my previous post, I now think that a device plugin...
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@Thomasin said: Is it possible to launch such GPU accelerated Windows containers via Kubernetes? Unfortunately, Kubernetes does not yet support resource allocation and enablement of GPU acceleration for Windows containers. It's something we're actively looking into, however, as we know many containe...
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@Craig Wilhite, @rickman_MSFT May I ask a question?Is it possible to launch such GPU accelerated Windows containers via Kubernetes? Kubernetes seems to launch containers already in process isolation mode, corresponding to the --isolation process option you are mentioning in the article. But what is ...
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Thanks for the great work!This is really exciting!
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