Iker

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  1. Upgrade from beta 35 to RC2 without any problems MOBO: OS: UNRAID OS Basic Version: 6.9.0-rc2 (Next) (on Kingston Data Traveler 16GB) Hardware: X470 GAMING PRO CARBON (MS-7B78) | AMD Ryzen 5 2600 OC 3.8 GHz | Corsair Vengeance LPX (2x32GB) DDR4 DRAM 3600MHz C18 | Geforce GTX 1060 3 GB, Intel 82576 Dual NIC Storage: Intel 660P NVME 1TB x 2 RAID-0 Cache | Seagate Barracuda 4 TB, 8 TB | Seagate IronWolf 4 TB Dockers: letsencrypt, Plex, Tautulli, RedNode, MQTT, Wekan, Pydio, SageMath, Psono, ELK Stack, Sonarr, Radarr, Bazzar, TIG Stack VMs: Windows 10, Windows Serv
  2. I can confirm that in my mobo, upgrading from 6.8.3 everything is working flawlessly, the cpu governor and performance in general is better than ever and bluestacks is finally working in my VMs. Hardware: X470 GAMING PRO CARBON (MS-7B78) | AMD Ryzen 9 3900x NO OC | Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro (4x16GB) DDR4 DRAM 2400MHz C16 | Geforce GTX 1060 3 GB, Intel 82576 Dual NIC Storage: Intel 660P NVME 1TB x 2 RAID-0 Cache | Seagate Barracuda 4 TB, 8 TB | Seagate IronWolf 4 TB Dockers: swag, Plex, Tautulli, NodeRed, MQTT, Wekan, Pydio, SageMath, Psono, ELK Stack, Sonarr, Radarr, Bazzar, T
  3. Check to start Unraid without the passthorugh in the vfio (Remove completly the video card and audio), and just try to start the VM, it have to take it away from unraid and boot without problems.
  4. Taking a quick look into your diagnostic files, there seems to be a problem mounting the libvirt image cause you don't have enough free space in your cache drive, there are a lot of "Sep 5 20:01:16 Tower root: mount error\nSep 5 20:01:16 Tower shfs: share cache full", probably a good idea to disable the mover temporary, set the Min Free Space setting for the cache a little above and run a balance.
  5. For me it was very straighforward with no need to create records in the DC, just set the DNS to the domain controller, use an AD admin to join it and voila it works!, to clarify the domain controller is running Windows Server 2012 R2 and the schema level if for the same OS.
  6. Be aware that even if the SATA Expansion card reports that the Disks are connected to a SATA 3 Port, they won't be runing at 6 Gb/s, PCIE 2.0 is going to heavily limit the speed of your SSDs and add some latency, for HDDs is okay, try to get a x4 SATA Expansion card if you like to get most of your disks.
  7. I have implemented in a production server for a small company, as long as the server don't restart due to an error or some hardware crash, it persist across reboots and works as expected; but... if the server crash, you have to stop the array and join it to the domain again.
  8. You could try with "DiskSpeed" from CommunityApp or dd command (https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-linux-unix-test-disk-performance-with-dd-command/)
  9. Thats very weird, I have 2 intel 660p in a BTRFS cache pool in Raid 0 and i'm getting +-2.4 GB/s, what is the raid mode of the btrfs?, how are you testing the speeds?, you could try with the community apps "DiskSpeed", directly with dd command or even a VM to check you disk speed over the /mnt/cache.
  10. No problem, the command line is: xfreerdp /f /sec:nla /u:user /p:password /rfx /gfx /gfx-h264 /multitransport /network:auto -bitmap-cache -glyph-cache /gdi:hw -fonts /usb:auto /v:ipaddress Keep in mind that I set a couple things more: I switch to the legacy driver on the pi4 as susggested in the reference post (sudo raspi-config -> Advanced Options -> GL Driver -> Legacy). The pi4 is connected to my wired network, mainly because is more convenient for me, i haven't tested the setup in Wifi 2.4 o 5 Ghz Try with the wired network, maybe you could solve any lat
  11. Unfortunately no, i ran into the same problem, but the drivers included in the kernel do not allow you to control the fan, it requires another tool that although is present it cannot run properly because of the lack of and x server.
  12. I think that this could be accomplish with a user script, specifically with the command "virsh list" and "docker stop", you only have to check is the vm is present or not in the list, the main problem is the delay (VMs in SSDs starts veryfast) of the script, but probably you could just let it in a constant loop, so every 5 seconds checks if the vm is running or not.
  13. Yes, is that simple, i've using NVME disks in my unraid and it detects them without problems as unassigned devices, the only caveats is the support for passthrough to a VM, specifically with Intel 660P and some other models.
  14. I had that exact setup that you suggest for my girlfriend and works just great: Win 10 VM: 8 GB RAM 200 GB Primary Disk (Cache/SSD) - 200 Secondary disk (Array/HDD) 4 Cores - Ryzen 2600 Memory video increased to 32 MB just to be Safe. RPI4 2 GB RAM: Raspberry Pi OS - latest version RDP client - freerdp The video and audio are great and generally the experience is quite smooth. The only trouble that i got, was the command line for freerdp with the audio redirection, if you select the wrong device as output (In the r
  15. Iker

    Copy / paste

    I used NoMachine in the past, but the performance wasn't great, so instead I've been using spice to acompplish that, is relatively easy to setup in the Virtual Machine (Edit the XML), for the host i use virt-viewer, no problem with copy paste or even transfering files, the following threads may help you with the set up. https://www.spice-space.org/spice-user-manual.html
  16. I have a lot of containers that aren't present in the CA Application, the easy way that i found to install them, was using Portainer, its pretty easy to configure and let you personalize most of the parameters of the container, even docker compose if you like.
  17. Just installed this plugin, it works amazing!, thanks for your hard work.
  18. Upgraded from 6.8.2 without any problems, all Dockers and VMs working fine, also tested the Nvidia plugin and works flawless.