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    [6.6.0-RC1] No VMs start after upgrade - UPDATE:FIXED


    billington.mark
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    Update: Resolved this by renaming /boot/config/plugins/dynamix.plg to dynamix.xxx

     

     

    Upgraded via the GUI, and on boot up no VMs start. Frustrating as i run my home router on a pfsense VM hosted by unraid.

    'virsh list' on the command line just sits there and doesnt list domains. Couldnt find anything significant in the syslog when i went through it.

     

    Decided to roll back to 6.5.3, and now array wont start at all, so im going to be in trouble when the other half comes home!

     

    diag zips attached.

    tower-diagnostics-20180905-1313 (rollback to 6.5.3).zip

    unraid-diagnostics-20180905-1244 (Post upgrade to 6.6rc1).zip

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    Also, if someone can post (or PM if its not allowed) a direct link to the 6.6rc1 download, (as i dont have access to an unraid GUI), that would be very useful!

     

    EDIT: got the URL out of the plg

    Edited by billington.mark

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