How can I check whether NVIDIA Hypervisor is working on DRIVE AGX?

I’m using NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Xavier.
The software is installed via sdkmanager v0.9.8 as shown in the comment #14.
https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/1044739/drive-agx/unable-to-boot-ubuntu/post/5306029/#5306029

  • PRODUCT CATEGORY = "DRIVE",
  • HARDWARE CONFIGURATION = "Host Machine" and "Target Hardware DRIVE AGX DevKit",
  • TARGET OPERATING SYSTEM = "Linux DRIVE Software 1.0" and CONTINUE TO STEP 02

I have two questions:
Q1. How can I check whether NVIDIA Hypervisor is working on DRIVE AGX?
Q2. Can the answer for Q1 be used for DRIVE PX2 too? If can’t, would you tell me how I can check on DRIVE PX2?

https://developer.nvidia.com/drive/drive-hyperion

Dear kenji.funaoka-san,
Regarding Hyperion, DRIVE AGX Pegasus is required for Hyperion. Unfortunately tt does not work on Drive PX2 and DRIVE AGX.
Could you please refer to below link? Thanks.
https://developer.nvidia.com/drive/drive-hyperion

“NVIDIA DRIVE Hyperion™ is a complete sensor and AI computing platform that can be integrated into a test vehicle to let automotive manufacturers and developers evaluate and validate their technology. The DRIVE Hyperion Kit includes a DRIVE AGX Pegasus™ development system, along with sensors for autonomous driving, driver monitoring, visualization.”

Thanks, SteveNV!

Sorry, hypervisor is not a precise word, and it should be Multiple Guest Operating Systems, switching Linux and QNX.

May I change my question?
Q1. How can I check whether Multiple Guest Operating Systems is working on DRIVE AGX Xavier?
Q2. Can the answer for Q1 be used for DRIVE PX2 too? If can’t, would you tell me how I can check on DRIVE PX2?
Q3. If DRIVE AGX Xavier and DRIVE PX2 is using Multiple Guest Operating Systems, are the mechanisms of both platforms same?

Dear kenji.funaoka-san,

I’m so sorry. my bad.

Could you please refer to Architecture part in DRIVE OS -> Platform Software Stacks -> Architecure?

Architecture
The following diagram shows NVIDIA DRIVE™ Foundation run-time software stack. With this infrastructure, multiple guest operating systems can run on the hardware, with NVIDIA DRIVE™ Hypervisor managing use of hardware resources.
The NVIDIA DRIVE™ Foundation stack includes NVIDIA DRIVE™ Hypervisor and a set of Foundation partitions, which are in a later release are planned to implement NVIDIA DRIVE™ Virtualization for DRIVE Development platforms.

Hypervisor and the Guest Operating System
https://docs.nvidia.com/drive/active/5.0.10.3L/nvvib_docs/index.html#page/NVIDIA%20DRIVE%20Linux%20SDK%20Development%20Guide%2Ftheory_of_operation_dpx.html%23wwpID0ELHA

FOUNDATION VIRTUALIZATION STACK
https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/nvdocs/drive/5_1/linux/DRIVE_Linux_AGX_PDK_Development_Guide/archi_virtualization/