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Nvidia + Hyper-V functionality using Discrete Device Assignment (DDA)

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SamanthaTang
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Can you please confirm on the below Nvidia + Hyper-V functionality using Discrete Device Assignment (DDA)

 

“With the Nvidia Tesla M10 GPU - this has 4 GPU cores.  We would just like confirmation that Windows Server 2019 with Hyper-V has the capability to pass through all of the GPU resources to one virtual server (ie.  all 4 GPU cores assigned to 1 RDP Virtual Server).  We have tried to find additional info online about this, and have come across articles which suggest that only 1 or 2 GPU cores are able to be passed-through - however, we have found no official documentation supporting this, so some final confirmation on this would be greatly appreciated!”

 

Thanks 

 

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