Ver6.1 device add /proc/driver/nvidia/gpus lost after reboot

I run nvidia dockedr inside container, container config:

    type: gpu
    path: /proc/driver/nvidia/gpus/0000:01:00.0
    source: /proc/driver/nvidia/gpus/0000:01:00.0
    type: disk
    path: /data
    source: /data
    type: disk

it work with incus v0.6 as expect.
when upgrade 6.1, after add the device to container, it works like before. BUT, when the container restart, tnside container the path lost. Other disk volume as regular data still work(“mydata”),Why?

Maybe this will help. I don’t have an Nvidia card to test that, though.

When you set nvidia.driver.capabilities: all and nvidia.runtime: "true" in your config, the /proc/driver/nvidia/gpus/0000:01:00.0 from the host will be mounted to /dev/nvidia0 folder in the container. Simple symlink in the container should work (there’s a systemd service in the link above that automates this):

sudo mkdir -p /proc/driver/nvidia/gpus && ln -s /dev/nvidia0 /proc/driver/nvidia/gpus/0000:01:00.0

The other solution is to skip nvidia.driver.capabilities: all and nvidia.runtime: "true" and install all the Nvidia packages directly in the Incus container.

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it wotk @qkiel ,But It’s the same problem when reboot the container. the /proc/driver/nvidia/gpu directory lost, have to recreate it Or maybe through a systemd service to auto create it.

But i’m puzzled why I can’t auto mount the path from host to container when upgrade incus to version6.1.
I guess it maybe when attach the dir to container is occur before the /proc/driver/nvidia have created in container. the same time regular data path is mounted normally.