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  1. Love this stat plugin! I was wondering if you'd ever thought to add a GPU utilization graph to the CPU / Memory / Traffic / Disk configuration. I've been watching my GPU with watch nvidia-smi and while that works, a visual graph here would be easier on the eyes (not to mention fewer windows open).
  2. Yeah. I'm daft. I got it to work. If you look at my screen grab, it shows you the problem. When I tried to recreate from template it stuck in some junk in front of the description "CONTAINER VARIABLE:" I deleted the whole thing. Added it new (no custom configs) and when it started, stopped the container. Edited it to add all the stuff back in for passthrough, clicked apply, and it fired right up. Here's what mine now reports (and is folding without issue). 01:52:37: GPUs: 1 01:52:37: GPU 0: NVIDIA:4 GM107 [Quadro K2200] 01:52:37: CUDA: 5.0 01:52:37:CUDA Driver: 10010 This is also on the 418.43 driver. Edit: It could have just been dumping it all and starting from scratch with a proper config POST download was what fixed it. At least it's working now, and for that you get major props from me. No more having to run a windows VM to GPU fold!
  3. Hmmm... still no luck here. Are you passing ALL as the variable for the Driver Capabilities variable, or are you using Compute? Still Shows Cuda Not Detected. *********************** Log Started 2019-03-15T22:28:31Z *********************** 22:28:31:************************* Folding@home Client ************************* 22:28:31: Website: http://folding.stanford.edu/ 22:28:31: Copyright: (c) 2009-2014 Stanford University 22:28:31: Author: Joseph Coffland <joseph@cauldrondevelopment.com> 22:28:31: Args: --config /config/config.xml 22:28:31: Config: /config/config.xml 22:28:31:******************************** Build ******************************** 22:28:31: Version: 7.4.4 22:28:31: Date: Mar 4 2014 22:28:31: Time: 12:02:38 22:28:31: SVN Rev: 4130 22:28:31: Branch: fah/trunk/client 22:28:31: Compiler: GNU 4.4.7 22:28:31: Options: -std=gnu++98 -O3 -funroll-loops -mfpmath=sse -ffast-math 22:28:31: -fno-unsafe-math-optimizations -msse2 22:28:31: Platform: linux2 3.2.0-1-amd64 22:28:31: Bits: 64 22:28:31: Mode: Release 22:28:31:******************************* System ******************************** 22:28:31: CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2448L v2 @ 1.80GHz 22:28:31: CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 62 Stepping 4 22:28:31: CPUs: 20 22:28:31: Memory: 31.43GiB 22:28:31:Free Memory: 297.75MiB 22:28:31: Threads: POSIX_THREADS 22:28:31: OS Version: 4.18 22:28:31:Has Battery: false 22:28:31: On Battery: false 22:28:31: UTC Offset: 0 22:28:31: PID: 33 22:28:31: CWD: /config 22:28:31: OS: Linux 4.18.20-unRAID x86_64 22:28:31: OS Arch: AMD64 22:28:31: GPUs: 1 22:28:31: GPU 0: NVIDIA:4 GM107 [Quadro K2200] 22:28:31: CUDA: Not detected 22:28:31:*********************************************************************** 22:28:31:<config> 22:28:31: <!-- Client Control --> 22:28:31: <fold-anon v='true'/> 22:28:31: 22:28:31: <!-- HTTP Server --> 22:28:31: <allow v='192.168.1.1/24'/> 22:28:31: 22:28:31: <!-- Network --> 22:28:31: <proxy v=':8080'/> 22:28:31: 22:28:31: <!-- Remote Command Server --> 22:28:31: <password v='********'/> 22:28:31: 22:28:31: <!-- Slot Control --> 22:28:31: <power v='FULL'/> 22:28:31: 22:28:31: <!-- User Information --> 22:28:31: <passkey v='********************************'/> 22:28:31: <team v='111065'/> 22:28:31: <user v='Tiger770'/> 22:28:31: 22:28:31: <!-- Web Server --> 22:28:31: <web-allow v='192.168.1.1/24'/> 22:28:31: 22:28:31: <!-- Folding Slots --> 22:28:31: <slot id='0' type='CPU'/> 22:28:31: <slot id='1' type='GPU'/> 22:28:31:</config
  4. That is fantastic! I assume the published image in the APPS will now pull the latest version? I will test it now!
  5. Thanks! I removed the old version and added MobiusNine's version. After passing the capabilities (all) and the GUID of the GPU, ensuring the config XML is correct. As stated above, it looks like CUDA is not detected in this method as it was before (although it's worth noting that while it was detected in the CaptInsano version, it still didn't work either). Edited this below to show the info in question, cleaned it up as there's a lot of stuff that doesn't apply. 5:14:41:******************************* System ******************************** 15:14:41: CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2448L v2 @ 1.80GHz 15:14:41: CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 62 Stepping 4 15:14:41: CPUs: 20 15:14:41: Memory: 31.43GiB 15:14:41:Free Memory: 317.09MiB 15:14:41: Threads: POSIX_THREADS 15:14:41: OS Version: 4.18 15:14:41:Has Battery: false 15:14:41: On Battery: false 15:14:41: UTC Offset: 0 15:14:41: PID: 33 15:14:41: CWD: /config 15:14:41: OS: Linux 4.18.20-unRAID x86_64 15:14:41: OS Arch: AMD64 15:14:41: GPUs: 1 15:14:41: GPU 0: NVIDIA:4 GM107 [Quadro K2200] 15:14:41: CUDA: Not detected 15:14:41:*********************************************************************** 15:14:41:<config> 15:16:24: <slot id='0' type='CPU'> 15:16:24: <paused v='true'/> 15:16:24: </slot> 15:16:24: <slot id='1' type='GPU'/> 15:16:24:</config>
  6. Once that is done you should see it in the logs and then be able to remotely configure it to add the GPU slot. However I could not get mine to actually fold. I have posted on the linuxserver.io but they don’t seem interested in helping. That whole support chain seems dedicated to Plex.
  7. In your config file make sure GPU=True <!-- Folding Slot Configuration --> <gpu v='false'/> <!-- If true, attempt to autoconfigure GPUs -->
  8. I've been attempting to get the folding@home docker working with it, but I'm not having any luck. I've posted for support here and on the F@H docker support thread, but this area seems to be flooded with Plex and Emby only questions. It would be nice to know if this addition was created solely to support plex and emby and no other docker applications will be supported. Folding on a GPU in a docker sounds so much nicer than passing it through to a VM and eating up a ton of disk space and resource overhead to run a full fledged VM.
  9. Not sure if it helps or not, but I've recently spent some time looking for this error message and came across one other linux user who reported that running nvidia-xconfig had to be done in his ubuntu install when using repository drivers. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=170260 So I've attempted to execute this string from the console within the container, and the command is not found. No problem. Backed out to the unraid server itself and executed this command and hit this gem: root@Mediaserver:~# nvidia-xconfig WARNING: Unable to locate/open X configuration file. WARNING: Unable to parse X.Org version string. sh: pkg-config: command not found New X configuration file written to '/etc/X11/XF86Config' root@Mediaserver:~# So... no luck with that either.
  10. So with the recent release of this: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/77813-plugin-linuxserverio-unraid-nvidia/ I've gotten the unRaid Plex container to work with my K2200 for decoding without issue. So I decided to add the same container modifications to this folding container, modify my config file, add the GPU slot and check the logs. Everything seemed excellent at first. After adding the GPU slot and starting up the client, the GPU count was detected and the name string of the card came back just fine. *********************** Log Started 2019-02-25T07:07:05Z *********************** 07:07:05:************************* Folding@home Client ************************* 07:07:05: Website: http://folding.stanford.edu/ 07:07:05: Copyright: (c) 2009-2014 Stanford University 07:07:05: Author: Joseph Coffland <joseph@cauldrondevelopment.com> 07:07:05: Args: --config /config/config.xml 07:07:05: Config: /config/config.xml 07:07:05:******************************** Build ******************************** 07:07:05: Version: 7.4.4 07:07:05: Date: Mar 4 2014 07:07:05: Time: 12:02:38 07:07:05: SVN Rev: 4130 07:07:05: Branch: fah/trunk/client 07:07:05: Compiler: GNU 4.4.7 07:07:05: Options: -std=gnu++98 -O3 -funroll-loops -mfpmath=sse -ffast-math 07:07:05: -fno-unsafe-math-optimizations -msse2 07:07:05: Platform: linux2 3.2.0-1-amd64 07:07:05: Bits: 64 07:07:05: Mode: Release 07:07:05:******************************* System ******************************** 07:07:05: CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2448L v2 @ 1.80GHz 07:07:05: CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 62 Stepping 4 07:07:05: CPUs: 20 07:07:05: Memory: 31.43GiB 07:07:05:Free Memory: 379.02MiB 07:07:05: Threads: POSIX_THREADS 07:07:05: OS Version: 4.18 07:07:05:Has Battery: false 07:07:05: On Battery: false 07:07:05: UTC Offset: -6 07:07:05: PID: 21 07:07:05: CWD: /config 07:07:05: OS: Linux 4.18.20-unRAID x86_64 07:07:05: OS Arch: AMD64 07:07:05: GPUs: 1 07:07:05: GPU 0: NVIDIA:4 GM107 [Quadro K2200] 07:07:05: CUDA: 5.0 07:07:05:CUDA Driver: 10000 07:07:05:*********************************************************************** ----removed config for space considerations---- 07:07:05: <!-- Folding Slots --> 07:07:05: <slot id='0' type='CPU'> 07:07:05: <paused v='true'/> 07:07:05: </slot> 07:07:05: <slot id='1' type='GPU'/> 07:07:05:</config> 07:07:05:Trying to access database... 07:07:05:Successfully acquired database lock 07:07:05:Enabled folding slot 00: PAUSED cpu:19 (by user) 07:07:05:Enabled folding slot 01: READY gpu:0:GM107 [Quadro K2200] 07:07:05:WU00:FS01:Starting 07:07:05:WU00:FS01:Running FahCore: /opt/fah/usr/bin/FAHCoreWrapper /config/cores/cores.foldingathome.org/Linux/AMD64/NVIDIA/Fermi/Core_21.fah/FahCore_21 -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 704 -lifeline 21 -checkpoint 15 -gpu 0 -gpu-vendor nvidia 07:07:05:WU00:FS01:Started FahCore on PID 36 07:07:05:WU00:FS01:Core PID:40 07:07:05:WU00:FS01:FahCore 0x21 started \x1b[93m07:07:06:WARNING:WU00:FS01:FahCore returned: UNKNOWN_ENUM (127 = 0x7f)\x1b[0m 07:07:06:WU00:FS01:Starting 07:07:06:WU00:FS01:Running FahCore: /opt/fah/usr/bin/FAHCoreWrapper /config/cores/cores.foldingathome.org/Linux/AMD64/NVIDIA/Fermi/Core_21.fah/FahCore_21 -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 704 -lifeline 21 -checkpoint 15 -gpu 0 -gpu-vendor nvidia 07:07:06:WU00:FS01:Started FahCore on PID 41 07:07:06:WU00:FS01:Core PID:45 07:07:06:WU00:FS01:FahCore 0x21 started \x1b[93m07:07:06:WARNING:WU00:FS01:FahCore returned: UNKNOWN_ENUM (127 = 0x7f)\x1b[0m As you can see, I keep getting this "UNKNOWN_ENUM (127 = 0x7f) error when attempting to run the GPU folding slot. Was wondering if anyone else here had tried this? I was previously passing this same K2200 quadro through to windows VM and folding via the windows client on it. While that worked, it was not 'ideal' and I would much rather pass the hardware to this container and fold without the overhead of a full windows VM.
  11. So... I'm really excited about this. I have used the same variables to pass through my Quadro 2200 to the Folding@Home docker for unraid (found here: https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/captinsano/foldingathome). When I powered up the container and modified my configuration file, it properly detected and read the ID string of the GPU, and allowed me to add it as a folding slot. However, when I attempt to fold I get an error 19:58:02:WARNING:WU00:FS01:FahCore returned: UNKNOWN_ENUM (127 = 0x7f). Any thoughts on if this could be due to the drivers being open source / third party? I know that only signed nvidia drivers are authorized for folding. *********************** Log Started 2019-02-17T14:56:27Z *********************** 14:56:27:************************* Folding@home Client ************************* 14:56:27: Website: http://folding.stanford.edu/ 14:56:27: Copyright: (c) 2009-2014 Stanford University 14:56:27: Author: Joseph Coffland <joseph@cauldrondevelopment.com> 14:56:27: Args: --config /config/config.xml 14:56:27: Config: /config/config.xml 14:56:27:******************************** Build ******************************** 14:56:27: Version: 7.4.4 14:56:27: Date: Mar 4 2014 14:56:27: Time: 12:02:38 14:56:27: SVN Rev: 4130 14:56:27: Branch: fah/trunk/client 14:56:27: Compiler: GNU 4.4.7 14:56:27: Options: -std=gnu++98 -O3 -funroll-loops -mfpmath=sse -ffast-math 14:56:27: -fno-unsafe-math-optimizations -msse2 14:56:27: Platform: linux2 3.2.0-1-amd64 14:56:27: Bits: 64 14:56:27: Mode: Release 14:56:27:******************************* System ******************************** 14:56:27: CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2448L v2 @ 1.80GHz 14:56:27: CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 62 Stepping 4 14:56:27: CPUs: 20 14:56:27: Memory: 31.43GiB 14:56:27:Free Memory: 5.36GiB 14:56:27: Threads: POSIX_THREADS 14:56:27: OS Version: 4.18 14:56:27:Has Battery: false 14:56:27: On Battery: false 14:56:27: UTC Offset: -6 14:56:27: PID: 22 14:56:27: CWD: /config 14:56:27: OS: Linux 4.18.20-unRAID x86_64 14:56:27: OS Arch: AMD64 14:56:27: GPUs: 1 14:56:27: GPU 0: NVIDIA:4 GM107 [Quadro K2200] 14:56:27: CUDA: 5.0 14:56:27:CUDA Driver: 10000 14:56:27:*********************************************************************** 14:56:27:<config> 14:56:27: <!-- Client Control --> 14:56:27: <fold-anon v='true'/> 14:56:27: 14:56:27: <!-- HTTP Server --> 14:56:27: <allow v='192.168.1.1/24'/> 14:56:27: 14:56:27: <!-- Network --> 14:56:27: <proxy v=':8080'/> 14:56:27: 14:56:27: <!-- Remote Command Server --> 14:56:27: <password v='********'/> 14:56:27: 14:56:27: <!-- Slot Control --> 14:56:27: <power v='FULL'/> 14:56:27: 14:56:27: <!-- User Information --> 14:56:27: <passkey v='********************************'/> 14:56:27: <team v='111065'/> 14:56:27: <user v='Tiger770'/> 14:56:27: 14:56:27: <!-- Web Server --> 14:56:27: <web-allow v='192.168.1.1/24'/> 14:56:27: 14:56:27: <!-- Folding Slots --> 14:56:27: <slot id='0' type='CPU'/> 14:56:27: <slot id='1' type='GPU'> 14:56:27: <paused v='true'/> 14:56:27: </slot> 14:56:27:</config> 14:56:27:Trying to access database... 14:56:27:Successfully acquired database lock 14:56:27:Enabled folding slot 00: READY cpu:19 14:56:27:Enabled folding slot 01: PAUSED gpu:0:GM107 [Quadro K2200] (by user) 19:58:01:WU00:FS01:Starting 19:58:01:WU00:FS01:Running FahCore: /opt/fah/usr/bin/FAHCoreWrapper /config/cores/cores.foldingathome.org/Linux/AMD64/NVIDIA/Fermi/Core_21.fah/FahCore_21 -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 704 -lifeline 22 -checkpoint 15 -gpu 0 -gpu-vendor nvidia 19:58:01:WU00:FS01:Started FahCore on PID 873 19:58:01:WU00:FS01:Core PID:877 19:58:01:WU00:FS01:FahCore 0x21 started 19:58:02:WARNING:WU00:FS01:FahCore returned: UNKNOWN_ENUM (127 = 0x7f) 19:58:02:WU00:FS01:Starting 19:58:02:WU00:FS01:Running FahCore: /opt/fah/usr/bin/FAHCoreWrapper /config/cores/cores.foldingathome.org/Linux/AMD64/NVIDIA/Fermi/Core_21.fah/FahCore_21 -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 704 -lifeline 22 -checkpoint 15 -gpu 0 -gpu-vendor nvidia 19:58:02:WU00:FS01:Started FahCore on PID 878 19:58:02:WU00:FS01:Core PID:882 19:58:02:WU00:FS01:FahCore 0x21 started 19:58:02:WARNING:WU00:FS01:FahCore returned: UNKNOWN_ENUM (127 = 0x7f) 19:58:11:FS01:Paused
  12. So I've been using this fine for a while, but recently one of my machines seems to have developed some sort of "loop" which is causing some seriously awful timeouts on everything from web pages to updates to... anything DNS and network related. Here's a small sample of the horrifying loop that is created, and keeps adding extra *.*.*.150 addresses to the entries over, and over, and over. I'm somewhat at a loss here for what to do to fix this, so any troubleshooting you could provide would be more than welcome. [02/Nov/2018:23:42:05 -0500] "GET / HTTP/1.0" 504 585 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/70.0.3538.77 Safari/537.36" "MISS" "192.168.1.150" "bytes=0-1048575" 192.168.1.150 / 192.168.1.190, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150 - - [02/Nov/2018:23:42:10 -0500] "GET / HTTP/1.0" 504 585 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/70.0.3538.77 Safari/537.36" "MISS" "192.168.1.150" "bytes=0-1048575" 192.168.1.150 / 192.168.1.190, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150, 192.168.1.150 - - [02/Nov/2018:23:42:15 -0500] "GET / HTTP/1.0" 504 585 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; 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  13. Oh awesome, thanks! I hadn't realized that by moving around the MACs you could reorder them. I've moved the onboard nics to eth3 and eth2 and dropped them from the bond - as well as disabled them. Will give it some more testing before I drop the bond altogether (I'm hoping to avoid that).
  14. I have moved the ports, but when I tried to drop all the NICs from the bond and run just a single interface (say, eth3), my docker applications and VMs stopped functioning (no network connectivity for them). So sadly, I'm not sure if that would work or not - but I'm willing to try it. I can find where to flip the connection options on the VM, but I can't seem to find how to change them for the Docker apps. They seem to want to stick with bond0 since that's what was being used when they were created.
  15. Not sure what you mean by addon nic. If you mean, use another nic other than the onboard ports, that's what I've done. The Intel Pro 1000 VT is a dual port PCIe card that I've bonded with the two onboards - and I have shutdown the two onboard ports so their interfaces can not be used. I've also disabled the DRAC in the bios to rule out the shared bandwidth "feature" they provide. The problem still persists.