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  1. Yeah that makes sense. I did try to decipher the manual but it was very unclear when it comes to this configuration so I was hoping for someone who may be better informed than myself to weigh in. This is the 'spec': Integrated in the CPU (PCIEX16/PCIEX8): 1. 3rd Generation AMD Ryzen™ processors: 1 x PCI Express x16 slot, supporting PCIe 4.0 and running at x16 (PCIEX16) 1 x PCI Express x16 slot, supporting PCIe 4.0 and running at x8 (PCIEX8) 2. 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen™ processors/3rd Generation AMD Ryzen™ with Radeon™ Graphics processors: 1 x
  2. @Celsian Does this setting have any bearing on the configuration requirements? It set to UEFI Only by default: Description below seems to indicate that it excludes relevancy to video devices.
  3. Wow - humbled by the quick and thorough support - thanks everyone!
  4. I have a tiny 16GB USB as a disk1 driver and that's it for the main array pool. The cache pool has two m.2's. I thought I set to use cache only for the shares but its not very straight forward to manage what is on the data disk (I have no idea) yet it has 9GB or so used now. How do I erase that content and make sure it's stored on the cache pool instead? My shares look like this: Looks like it's isos that are somehow mapped to the disk drive but the settings are the same for each share (use cache pool for new files/folders). Seems to have bugge
  5. Hello fellow Ultra owners. Dumb question... If I have a Ryzen 2400G, is that a reason for why the 2nd PCIe slot does not show up at all? I have '3' GPUs (slot 1 & slot 2) and the Ryzen iGPU. UNRAID can only see the GPU in slot 1 and the iGPU. I do also have two m.2 sticks installed and can see both of those. Sometimes the m.2 lanes overlap PCIe GPU slots.
  6. Thanks for that guide - I actually found it referenced somewhere else and followed it pretty much to the letter with the most recent Win10 VM attempt (stopping short of the virt-manager section). After reading countless forum posts, articles, and watching videos I've seen everything all over the map recommended for any possible scenario (SeaBIOS vs OVMF, Q35 vs i440fx, use vbios or don't) - the community doesn't seem to have any reliable consensus aside from 'use whatever works' & 'try everything' which is infuriating haha. I may not be having the exact same issue, in fact I do
  7. Not currently. I did install teamviewer with VNC when initially installing Ubuntu and while I can actually see the teamviewer ID populate in the systems list when I start it up in passthrough mode, I cannot actually connect to it. I would probably be able to SSH in if that is what you mean but I don't have that enabled currently.
  8. I had successful GPU passthrough (tested acceleration) on a Ubuntu host on 6.9.1 one time. It did not have the audio device configured correctly (strange UNRAID bug that's been lingering for years apparently) so I did a clean shutdown, tweaked it per the space invader advanced GPU tweaks video (added multifunction='on' and set correct values for audio device) and started it back up again. No output whatsoever - not even the bios. Even reverting back to the broken audio configuration (or removing audio altogether) still resulted in no output at all. Rebooted UNRAID and same thing again, no outp
  9. So to be clear, this cache pool is actually protected similarly to a RAID 1? If one m.2 dies for example, would I be able to replace it and retain all the data that was in the cache pool?
  10. Yes the secondary USB drive was also named UNRAID. Good to know!
  11. Will the SSD TRIM work for m.2 SSD's in the parity & data disk slots or just cache slots?
  12. So this is what I have and it is not allowing me to start the array: The USB drive in the Disk 1 slot is sdb but is the same model of the boot device. Edit: Seems UNRAID does not like that I am using two of the same drive. Trial is being disabled when I plug the second one in. Got passed that by unplugging data disk, reloading page, starting array, plugging drive back in, formatting, etc. Since the GUI remembered the sdb selection for Disk 1, it thought it had a disk to start with (even though it was unplugged) so that was lucky but it seems to be working n
  13. Oops my mistake - I did mean RAID1 (RAID1 is parallel RAID0 is serial, more or less) - edited original.
  14. Ok cool. And the data flash drive can be any size? I certainly don't have a 1TB to match (16GB & 32GB) So does the cache pool work in parallel (if 2x 1TB m.2 = 1TB cache pool it's basically a raid1 in that case?) Sorry I cannot yet think in terms of btrfs 😄
  15. Alright so just one flash drive as the parity drive and no data drives needed? Forgive my naivety but with the m.2's assigned as cache, does that provide persistent VM storage? Can I merge them into a single redundant cache block? (assuming I would have to get the motherboard RAID 1 working for a redundant cache block) In essence, I am hoping to run two GPU pass-through systems (and probably some other headless container/VMs) from this one system.