I am unable to launch ParaView on Windows Server 2016 AWS EC2 instance with a Tesla V100 GPU. The NVIDIA drivers are all installed correctly. ParaView crashes almost immediately after it’s launched. Does anyone have any ideas or workarounds for this problem?
I’m facing the same issue on Amazon EC2 Windows Server 2019.
Is there any fix for this issue?
That gpu is meant for compute purposes. It does not have any graphics outputs. See specs NVIDIA Tesla V100 PCIe 16 GB Specs | TechPowerUp GPU Database
You can attempt to install a GRID vGPU driver but I suggest getting in touch with AWS support. Azure has documentation for this.
If you still want to run paraview on that EC2 instance, you have an option to use mesa software rendering without the gpu. See this post for details.