I have a Tesla M60 installed on MS Server 2016 (Dell R730) utilizing Remote Desktop Virtualization Host VDI with 30 Windows 10 VM’s. I was using RemoteFx in a ‘para-virtualization’ mode but decided to attempt DDA direct pass-thru as the applications we are running are very video processing intense (AutoDesk Suite), and need to use hardware acceleration.
I got everything running (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/virtualization/hyper-v/plan/plan-for-deploying-devices-using-discrete-device-assignment#machine-profile-script) with two VM’s but couldn’t add anymore, as the Windows host device manager only sees 2 GPU’s. Using RemoteFx Hyper-V lets me associate 30 VM’s (as the M60 has 2 cores w/ 16 vGPU’s each).
Am I limited to only using 2 vGPUs in pass-through mode? That can’t possibly be correct (I hope).
Has anyone else had experience with this?