Re: centos+kvm+nvidia vgpu+win10(guest) spice remote 4K bad perform.

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Hi Uri
Thanks for your reply and your notes is right only that 
Vw is wrong spell. I means vm for virtual machine.
 I have deploy the streaming agent and I will try h264.
4k vdieo is one of requirements of our project.
So pls help us with this.

best wishs
leo zhang
On 05/20/2022 04:38, Uri Lublin wrote:
Hi Leo,

On Thu, May 19, 2022 at 1:43 PM 张伟华 <15529316683@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi :
I am a phd student of Xian Jiaotong university in China.
We have a project to accomplish a remote-desk solution with Nvidia vgpu.
We use spice latest version  and have a bad 4K display quality.
Our environment is like:
1.T4 card with inspure server in nvidia support list
NVIDIA Tesla T4  GPU card

2.redhat 8.2 enterprise  with kvm qemu
3.vgpu software package is 13.x
NVIDIA driver + tools (GRID)
4.vw flavor is 8u 16G. with 40 storage.   vgpu license is vpc ,and vgpu is B-2b.
"vw" == Virtual Workstation
B-2b is the vGPU type? meaning T4-2B ?
Does it help if you configure it with T4-2Q (may require a different license)?

Only a single Display, right ?

Are you running spice-streaming-agent on the guest ?
Try to stream with H264, if you do not already do it
(may require paying fees for using H264).

Is 4k resolution a requirement? If not, try with e.g. 2k.

Hope that helps,

And our issue is attached in appendix.
Please give us some help to solve this.

best wishs;
leo zhang


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