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  1. ok, so i figured it out. The windows quickboot was keeping a configuration file, which "captured" the core configuration. disabling and a full shut down fixed it.
  2. Hey everyone... I have a dell xeon server with 10 cores. I am running three windows 10 vm's on it. One of the vm's is for streaming and has quite a heavy load. I have allocated 5 cores to that vm. For some reason the vm is only seeing 3 cores. I have tried moving the core allocation around the three vm's, but it remains the same. I checked the xml and it shows 10 thread allocations. Any ideas?
  3. Sure would be great to know what caused the problem could you let us in on it??
  4. So after about a week of fooling around, I have my two windows vms working and passing through all the appropriate hardware then my audio tech came in and announced we need another machine to run something else. I have a Xeon server with plenty of memory. currently scratch disks are two matching 500g ssds. The storage is two 1 tb ssds. How can I go about reducing the drive allocations, so I can add another machine? Also need a third video card. If I am not accessing UnRaid from the slot one video card, can I allocate it to the third vm?
  5. So, at this point, I was able to use a hacksaw on the fan shroud of my 80 dollar video card and make enough room to get the PCIe x2 card into the back of the box. I then moved the unraid usb to the slot 6 PCI card. All the pass through works fine now. I think there is some sort of issue passing through the legacy pci slot. At this point, if it is working, I am fine with this solution.
  6. i dmesg and got this::: [ 0.009882] ACPI: ASF! 0x0000000099D443F8 0000A0 (v32 INTEL HCG 00000001 TFSM 000F4240) [ 0.009889] ACPI: Local APIC address 0xfee00000 [ 0.009949] No NUMA configuration found [ 0.009949] Faking a node at [mem 0x0000000000000000-0x000000105fffffff] [ 0.009952] NODE_DATA(0) allocated [mem 0x105fffa000-0x105fffdfff] [ 0.009992] Zone ranges: [ 0.009993] DMA [mem 0x0000000000001000-0x0000000000ffffff] [ 0.009994] DMA32 [mem 0x0000000001000000-0x00000000ffffffff] [ 0.009995] Normal [mem 0x000
  7. card just went missing 1912:0015 has the unraid dongle on it and that is what is in the pcie x2 (slot 4)
  8. so, as the issue is just the one vm, i have tried passing through the slot 6 card and group 21 at the same time. The vm doesn't start and hangs on this image
  9. Ok, so i swapped the card aroun and put the pcie x2 card directly into port 4. Exact same issue. So, it isn't the extender cable. So, to recap, if I don't have that card in slot 4, I can put the Unraid flash in either native or the pci card in slot 6 and there are no issues. That, of course is not passing that card through. My feeling is that it isn't the PCIe x2 (slot 4) card is not the issue at all. The issue is passing through the legacy PCI card [slot 6] Does that slot conflict on the busses? There appears to be two other usb controllers, which don't rel
  10. I think you might be right. if you look at the IOMMU, the cable entries in group 32 are not green dotted. But it is important to remember that this is the card, that is working. It is the other card in slot 6 is the card that is having trouble. Trying to figure out how to pull a video card and still test.
  11. Hey guys, I have a thread, where I am trying to solve a passthrough problem. If you have a second, could you take a look?? thanks
  12. This is the motherboard Dell 5810