I was hoping someone would know how to because I don't know python
On Wed, Mar 20, 2019, 12:52 AM Strahil wrote:
> Can't you make the script check if it windows or Linux and skip if it's
> Best Regards,
> Strahil Nikolov
> On Mar 19, 2019 23:02, Darin Schmidt wrote:
> You also
Can't you make the script check if it windows or Linux and skip if it's Linux?
Strahil NikolovOn Mar 19, 2019 23:02, Darin Schmidt
> You also need to have this code hooked in:
> cd /usr/libexec/vdsm/hooks/before_vm_start/
> vi 99_mask_kvm
You also need to have this code hooked in:
domxml = hooking.read_domxml()
hyperv = domxml.getElementsByTagName('hyperv')
smm = domxml.createElement('vendor_id')
Seems that the system has to be running with bios Q35 UEFI. Standard bios
does not work. System is operational now.
On Mon, Mar 18, 2019, 6:30 AM Darin Schmidt wrote:
> Still no luck getting the gtx 1080 to enable inside the VM. I see the code
> is being generated in the xml with the hook. But
Still no luck getting the gtx 1080 to enable inside the VM. I see the code
is being generated in the xml with the hook. But I still get error code 43.
Someone mentioned doing it with eufi bios and that worked for them. So when
I get back from work today, perhaps ill give that a try.
On Mon, Mar
I have gotten the system to see the card, its in device manager. The
problem seems to be that I cannot use it in the VM because from what I have
been finding out is that it gets and error code 43. Nvidia drivers disable
the card if it detects that its being used in a VM. I have found some code
Vendor ID of Nvidia is usually 10de.
You can locate 'vendor ID:product ID' by running lspci command, for example:
[root@intel-vfio ~]# lspci -Dnn | grep -i nvidia
:03:00.0 VGA compatible controller : NVIDIA Corporation GK104GL
[Quadro K4200] [10de:11b4] (rev a1)
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