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  1. i think so, see https://wiki.unraid.net/Boot_Codes
  2. don't use second append line, just add at the end of the first one.
  3. this is more than enough to start overheating, if your case have not a good ventilation. but you can make just a test - place some fan near the drives to blow hot air away from drives. i have no personal experience with NVMe drives, but i see many PCIe NVMe controllers that comes with their own fans..
  4. maybe simple overheating on controller? How you connect these drives to Mobo?
  5. its a question to ESXi. if you can shut it down like you want, and ESXi VMs startup/shutdown sequence is configured, and you have VM tools installed on unraid, then it will shut down unraid gracefully..
  6. according to motherboard manual, LAN2 is the right port for IPMI and it's a shared port. Are you using this port?
  7. yes, i'm running other VMs on ESXi too, and i started that way long time ago - unraid had not KVM support. and why broke things that work? IMHO, ESXi is very stable system, my ESXi host up-time is several months, and i don't need to restart host/other VMs, when i restart unraid.. so this configuration gives me more flexibility.
  8. if i look at my unraid server/settings/VM Manager, i get: "Your hardware does not have Intel VT-x or AMD-V capability. This is required to create VMs in KVM" this is a case with nested virtualization, i have not researched this further cos not needed for me. no issues at all. look at mu sig for detailed info on my hardware and unraid VMs.
  9. i'm running my two unraid servers over esxi for years, BUT this configuration is not supported. and i run all other VMs on ESXi too, so no nested virtualization - i agree with testdasi, this is not a good idea.
  10. keep in mind that typically you loose half of available PCIe lanes too. it depends on you MB, so read MB manual, cos i don't know how much cards you have in your system
  11. choose VMWARE Esxi then.. i have no experience with GPU passthrough, but other than that every thing works just fine, i have two unraid VMs, each with own HBA passed through.
  12. no worry about that. i'm trying to help everyone, if i can. And sorry for my English, it's not my native.