Caennanu

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  1. Is it your primary or secondary according to the VM template? If you check, in the windows VM, does it show a 2nd screen even if there is none?
  2. Gday all, I have a couple of windows VM's, primarily for acces purposes but in the near future for more home work related purposes. The template to set up VM's offers to add a 2ndary graphics card. Now i have set 2 VM's up with primary graphics being VNC and 2ndary graphics being a GT710 (i have 2 in the machine so each has their own, nothing shared). Whenever i load the VM, i can see in task manager that the GT710's are detected. However, the VM doesn't use them and uses the primary (VNC) instead, which ofcourse gives additional load to the cpu. This happens both when connecting via Qemu and when actually accessing it through KVM (so both with an actual screen as via remote desktop means). When i switch the GT710's to primary adapter, i am not able to add VNC as 2ndary adapter. How would i get the VM to actually use the GPU, without losing the VNC ability? --edit-- forcing it thru windows for applications specific gives . . . crap performance
  3. I have a static ip from the ISP I know for fact nothing has changed for my ISP as i work at said ISP edit: the only thing that has changed, is that i went from a ryzen platform to an epyc platform.
  4. copied from wrong thread: i don't know why, but when using the host option with teamspeak dockers, i keep getting time outs on the clients. Didn't have this before. From the point i assigned it a dedicated ip, it has been stable for 24 hours . . . (or atleast till now) Any idea why this is @ich777 ( i assume its an unraid thing, but can't be sure)
  5. hmmm, i'm using https://hub.docker.com/r/ich777/teamspeak but the link for 'support' on the docker leads me to this thread?
  6. update: i don't know why, but when using the host option with teamspeak dockers, i keep getting time outs on the clients. Didn't have this before. From the point i assigned it a dedicated ip, it has been stable for 24 hours now . . . Any idea why this is @ich777? ( i assume its an unraid thing, but can't be sure)
  7. To test i have removed the orphan image. Issue persists Could it be caused by the bond i have made with the 2 nics?
  8. I currently have one orphaned, but that is because i recently updated sickchill to latest. Had the issue before the orphan tho.
  9. Scratch that, it appears teamspeak logs are always in UTC time format . . . why oh why you be disconnecting?
  10. Hey Ich, I been having an issue with teamspeak. Multiple dockers actually not just yours distro. Just like yours better For some reason, the timestamps in the logs are 2 hours behind, and i keep having disconnect issues with the server. I'm thinking it is about the timestamps. I am in GMT +2 but it seems to be taking UTC. The teamspeak dockers all have this, the other dockers do not. Have you, or any1 else, got any clue why the time is set to UTC and if this could cause constant disconnects with random intervals? Error message in logs: INFO |PktHandler |1 |Dropping client 2 because of ping timeout 19 0 0
  11. so . . . so far, i've decreased the size of libvirt and docker.img. I have added a docker infront of the rest with 120 seconds wait time to start the next docker. So far issue persists. (some dockers start, but most don't and when manually starting them you get the message, no such container, restarting docker from settings and everything works as it should) updated diagnostics attached. Caennanu2-diagnostics-20210820-1240.zip
  12. Yeah that is what i originally thought. Unfortunately i have more than one container 😛 Thanks for the clarification
  13. Oh i thought it worked the other way around. The next container has to wait x amount before starting. This makes much more sence 😛
  14. That makes sence. I've reduced libvirt to 2gb and docker.img to 20gb Is there any way i can put a pause on the entire docker service before starting up? So unraid has time to start the bridges? (as i don't seem to have the issue with bridges on VM's)
  15. I have lancache that is the only thing they could run thru and starts first. Other than that all network related things are handled by my router. The only thing i can think off is that the bridges for the Vlan's are started at a later time than the dockers. Ill increase the wait time for lancache.