Is GPU pass-through possible in Docker for Windows?

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I am trying to run an application inside a docker container in Windows 10.

But I am not able to get the GPU working inside docker. How do I get the GPU working?
Oct 8, 2018 in Docker by Sophie may
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GPU access from within a Docker container currently isn't supported on Windows.

You need nvidia-docker, but that is currently only supported on Linux platforms. GPU passthrough with Hyper-v would require Discrete Device Assignment (DDA), which is currently only in Windows Server, and there was no plan to change that state of affairs. Hence, NVIDIA are not porting nvidia-docker to Windows at the moment

A bit more info here: https://devblogs.nvidia/nvidia-docker-gpu-server-application-deployment-made-easy/

answered Oct 8, 2018 by Tyrion anex
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