Written by Thomas Poppelgaard
Its time to update your NVIDIA TESLA M6, M10, M60 environment or start using the new TESLA P4, P6, P40, P100 with GRID 5.0.
NVIDIA have released new drivers for NVIDIA GRID 5.0 for September 2017.
This release includes the following software:
New in this Release:
Supported NVIDIA GPUs with GRID 5.0
Supported Hypervisors with GRID 5.0
Whats new in GRID 5.0 – 384.73-385.41
NVIDIA have released a new version of GRID 5.0 – 384.73-385.41 for NVIDIA GRID (Tesla M6, M10, M60, P4, P6, P40, P100 platform)
Included in this release is
The GRID vGPU Manager and Windows guest VM drivers must be installed together. Older VM drivers will not function correctly with this release of GRID vGPU Manager. Similarly, older GRID vGPU Managers will not function correctly with this release of Windows guest drivers
Windows Guest OS support in vGPU 385.41
GRID vGPU 385.41 supports following Windows release as a guest OS
Linux Guest OS support in vGPU 384.73
GRID vGPU 384.73 supports following Linux distributions as a guest OS only on supported Tesla GPUs
Important driver notes to GRID 5.0
For the update Guides
– Update existing vGPU GRID Manager (Hypervisor)
– Update existing vGPU Driver (Virtual Machine)
Please visit the original Blog Post of Thomas Poppelgaard: https://www.poppelgaard.com/nvidia-grid-5-0-released
Thomas Poppelgaard has 19 years of experience with IT. Currently working as an independent Technology Evangelist at his own company Poppelgaard.com.
He is awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) since 2015, Citrix Technology Professional (CTP) since 2013, RES Value Professional (RVP) since 2013 and Atlantis Expert (ACE) since 2015. He also is a well-known speaker at worldwide IT events like NVIDIA GTC, Citrix Synergy, CUG Norway, CUG Dutch, CUG Finland, E2E Virtualization Conference in 2011/2012/2013/2015/2016 and has held multiple Citrix Geek Speak Live sessions.