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GHunter

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  1. Are you running the trial version? Only the trial version requires an internet connection. Purchased versions do not.
  2. https://winworldpc.com/library/operating-systems http://vetusware.com/category/OS/?cat=1
  3. under Settings -> Management Access in unRAID, there is a top level domain property that can be set to local so that unRAID will respond to name.local from any PC or OS.
  4. You can't do both. It's either VNC or GPU passthrough.
  5. Sounds like you're running nested virtualization. I can't help if that's the case and it's unsupported by LT. Doesn't mean it won't work of course. Good luck.
  6. Thanks for the help Andrew. I'll give this a try.
  7. Does FreeBSD support your adapter? I've used versions 19.1 and 19.7 of OPNsense using an intel nic with no problems.
  8. I believe you can manually type in your own path to whatever source you want. Give it a try and let us know.
  9. FYI, LT has already said Linux kernel upgrade to 5.x is coming in unRaid 6.8 unless something has changed.
  10. I would just create new VM's and assign the current vdisk to them. I just did a huge upgrade last week myself and all but 2 VM's ran ok. I used this solution too and had them both back up and running in under 5 minutes.
  11. I'm having this same problem. I detect and load the drivers. Then scan and select the temps and fan speed readings. Hit apply and done. after leaving the page, nothing shows up in the dashboard. I go back to check the settings and everything is blank and i cannot detect or load drivers or sensors as they are all blank. filesvr-diagnostics-20190719-1020.zip
  12. the GT 710, 730, and 1030 are all low priced cards and work well. They are about as cheap as you can get and you can get them in PCIE 1x connections and single slot designs.
  13. I'm having this same problem. Just happened 20 minutes ago or so. filesvr-diagnostics-20190719-1020.zip
  14. Not a single diagnostics posted in this thread either.
  15. As it turns out, I didn't have to bind anything. My VM's just take control of the GPU's when they are started and returns then back to unRaid when they are shutdown. Smooth upgrade.
  16. Thanks. It's gonna be a fun ride as I upgraded to server class components as shown in my signature.
  17. I'm installing a new motherboard today that does not have an onboard GPU. It's a Supermicro X10DAC. Do i need to hide all of my GPU's so I can run a headless system and use all of my GPU's for VM's using the new vfio-bind method in unRaid 6.7.0? example: BIND=<device> <device> Where <device> is a Domain:Bus:Device.Function string, for example, BIND=01:00.0 02:00.0 save as /config/vfio-pci.cfg Thanks in advance!
  18. Shutting down the array has always shutdown the VM's and most other services. Wish it didn't work this way but it does.
  19. you should make a feature request for this. I think it would be a fairly simple fix as the logic already handles started VM's that are running normally. Basically resume all paused VM's first, then continue on with the stopping process as normal or something similar to this.
  20. @queueizCan you be more specific? What did you try exaclty to get this working? Thanks!
  21. Good idea. I'd like to see this added as well.
  22. Or you can buy a 2 port HBA card and pass that through.
  23. I used a nVidia GTX 750 for mine. I use all nVidia GPUs in my builds as you can see in my signature.
  24. I haven't had any luck getting a decent price on 2 Intel Xeon E5-2687W v3 processors so I had to go with 2 Intel Xeon E5-2667 v3 processors instead. They are 8 core CPU's so I lost a few cores over my original plan but on the bright side, they were cheap and they run a little faster at a base clock speed of 3.2 GHz. For the CPU coolers, I picked up 2 Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVOs. I've seen other people use them in their server builds and they should fit in my 4U case. Now I need to order my memory and a few miscellaneous items and plan on getting this built in 2 to 3 weeks! Luckily memory prices have dropped and I found 64 gigs of ECC memory for $290 at Newegg.