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  1. Hi all, I’m currently running Unraid beta 6.9.29 and it is working perfectly for my recent needs until now. Among other things I have an “unassigned” SATA SSD which hosts a Win10 VM that I use purely for gaming. I also have x2 Nvme PCIE gen 3 SSDs in a raid 0 btrfs arrangement, which are Unraid’s cache pool, which I use as the game library for the aforementioned SSD, where the game library is a share in the cache pool (set to cache only). I have this arrangement as none of my SSDs have particularly high capacity. None of this was really an issue until I installed the latest Microso
  2. FYI - just to confirm I’ve had no stability issues since my post above. I haven’t noticed any benefits either. I’m running an AsRock x570 Creator with the 3950.
  3. I have just been brave enough. I had been hoping that the new update would allow me to clock my RAM closer to its advertised potential, but unfortunately that was a no-go. Other than that, I don't notice any difference so far. I will post an update here after a few days with any more feedback.
  4. Thanks for the great plugin. I believe I may have found a bug that is not too serious, or maybe I did something wrong. I am using version 2020.02.20 of the plugin on Unraid 6.9.22 beta. I created a second config (in addition to "default") which I used for a few days. I then decided to delete the config, which I did using the "Manage Configs" tab, "Remove configs" button. The config was then removed from the GUI pages. However I kept getting Unraid notifications that the vmbackup plugin failed for the config that I removed. I checked my crontab and saw that the entry for my deleted
  5. I solved this myself by adding a "Peer DNS server" [like google DNS] in the advanced config. For some reason local DNS forwarding just doesn't work with my setup.
  6. @Koenig - those lines of XML you quoted did not work for me. In fact, they did not make any difference that I could notice whether they were included or not. I solved this problem by doing two things: 1) Changed the "CPU" XML 2) Used the Tools -> System Devices page to enable passthrough of my graphics card, instead of manually overriding as a kernel parameter in the syslinux config. Below is my post in another forum with how I solved it and a couple of references that helped me to get there. https://forums.serverbuilds.net/t/guide-remote-gaming-on-u
  7. Thanks for the excellent guide. Indeed I was up and running within minutes. Sorry if this is really a stupid question, but I am pretty clueless! I've set up Wireguard exactly as per the guide as type "Remote tunneled access". It's working, and I can connect in remotely and access hosts on my LAN. However my internet access doesn't work from my client devices while I'm connected to the VPN. Is there a setting somewhere I've missed or something I need to do? My Unraid server has internet access locally at least, so not sure why it doesn't work when I'm connected via VPN. I have a hun
  8. Thanks as always @Jessie from the response. Actually this doesn't exactly cover my use case, as I'm not sure if this is an Unraid question or a network question, I posted in another forum but I'd be happy to take any advice if you have it. https://forums.serverbuilds.net/t/guide-remote-gaming-on-unraid/4248/124
  9. Superb, @Jessie! I made some simple modifications to the "AMD reset bug" script like below, which enables a successful workaround. Indeed the same solution works for the network adapter. Thanks so much! Also thanks to the SpaceInvader One video for the great overview this. My solution script: #!/bin/bash # #replace xx\:xx.x with the number of your PCIE device that you want to reset # echo "disconnecting Aquantia network card" echo "1" | tee -a /sys/bus/pci/devices/0000\:2e\:00.0/remove #echo "1" | tee -a /sys/bus/pci/devices/0000\:xx\:xx.x/
  10. Short story: I have an ASRock x570 motherboard that has an on board Aquantia Aqtion 10Gbit network adapter. I've successfully passed through the adapter card to the VM (leaving the other onboard adapter for Unraid). If I reboot Unraid and then start the VM, the adapter in Windows gets an IP address via DHCP and the connection remains stable and I am happy. However, if I stop the VM [nicely] and then restart it, then the adapter doesn't pick up an IP address and its status fluctuates between the three states below. Nothing I've tried other than rebooting Unraid seems to solve the issue.
  11. Hi all, first post but felt compelled given the amount of great community info out there that has helped me. I spent many, many hours trying to solve this issue and finally did. My setup: Ryzen 3950X, RTX 2080 Super. Tried and didn't work: * Clean install using UEFI boot, vanilla setup without editing XML or adding any parameters * With UEFI boot, adding "vfio-pci.ids=10de:1e81,10de:10f8,10de:1ad8,10de:1ad9" to the syslinux configuration (Main -> Syslinux, device IDs are the x4 nvidia device IDs derived from Tools -> System Devices), editing the xml to