Just wanted to clarify the math on the M10 card specs. I see that if I’m running vDGA utilizing a profile, say the M10-2q, that I can run 4x VMs per pGPU (8GB per pGPU / 2GB per VM = 4 VMs). Depending on the profile selected, an M10 can run anywhere from 64 to 4 VMs in this manner.
How does this apply to vSGA? The VMware literature appears to indicate that maximum consolidation limits are applied by total pGPU VRAM divided by VM-allocated VRAM. So, assuming my VMs have 96MB of VRAM allocated by Horizon, does this mean I can run ~80 VMs on a single M10 pGPU?
I really don’t see any mention of consolidation ratios on NVIDIA’s literature outside of the vDGA scenarios which are utilizing the GRID ‘profiles’ – however in vSGA-land such profiles are not used, so just curious if my assumption about calculating density is correct and if there’s any official literature on that from NVIDIA’s side.