Hello, everyone, I got the machine these days.
And already tested about KVMGT with E3-1285 v4 and Supermicro server.
Amazing is, this server can set aperture size to 4GB.
But I had some questions when using KVMGT:
1. According to the guide from github:
# 04 for PORT_E; and 01 for PORT_B to be override (virtual VGA on physical
How can I know which number for which port?
(i.e My server had VGA, HDMI, DVI and DP, I can't figure out which number
for each port.)
2. In BIOS, the video memory not only aperture size, but also DVMT.
Does it cause performance if set DVMT size?
3. I followed the guide that building the graphic stack in chapter 5.3.1
But after I replaced the new driver, it cause Ubuntu desktop running in low
It worked again if I restore the driver. How can I solve it?
The Host OS is Ubuntu 14.04.4 Desktop.
During updating my Arch package for XenGT, I noticed that the
2016q1-4.6 branch referenced in the setup guide as existing at
https://github.com/01org/Igvtg-xen doesn't seem to be there.
Could we get this branch pushed?
I'm wondering if iGVT is amenable to taking a live guest snapshot and
resuming, perhaps on a different host - assuming the hypervisor supported
this. It seems the guest i915 driver, in the existing implementations, sees
through to the host's device ID / revision. Would it work to pick a
"baseline" GMA device and report that, thus allowing migration of a saved
snapshot to a host with perhaps a different gvt-supporting intel gpu? Or
would many register locations/definitions/etc need to be translated for
this to work? iGVT works well to share the GPU on a single machine, I'm
wondering if that scales to multiple machines with, at a minimum, the same
CPU, but ideally, different CPUs that all support iGVT.