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  1. The first thing I would do is revert to stock Unraid to see if the issue persists. I would imagine so, but its good to verify just in case. As far as the safety of upgrading to a beta, it should be perfectly fine given how late in the beta process we are, but if you'd rather hold off until we reach RC, I'm fairly confident we are going to see that very soon.
  2. Hi there, This is an odd problem indeed. Can you try updating to the latest 6.9-beta release and see if the problem persists?
  3. What kind of server is this? I've never seen so many NVIDIA components in an lspci.txt file before ;-). Also noticing two marvell controllers in there which are notorious for causing problems if IOMMU is enabled on the motherboard. What I would suggest is to stay on the version that's working for now or try to upgrade to 6.9-beta to see if the upgraded Linux kernel yields better results. Could be there is an issue with a device driver that you're using in 6.8.3. Lastly, if the issue persists, you can upgrade and then attach a monitor and keyboard to your server. When it boots, login to the command line and enter the following: /tail/var/log/syslog -f This will begin printing the system log out to the screen and when it crashes, it should show the last message before the crash which could be a key indicator as to what's going on.
  4. Hi there and thanks for sharing this with us. So to recap the issue to confirm I'm understanding this correctly, when you add a user share to Unraid and navigate to your server using Finder on Mac, the new share shows up correctly, but if you add new folders inside that share, you're stating that those don't show up within Finder? What happens if you reboot your Mac? Any change? A short video demonstrating exactly what's happening would be ideal (you can use Loom to create it pretty easily and share it here).
  5. is there a way to verify on your micro tick router that traffic between the VM and the host is not actually traversing the physical network? A 10 gig interface isn't even required to do what you're trying to do. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  6. Hi again Matt, No worries on the delayed reply! This definitely explains a bit more for me. I've tried recreating this issue in our lab setup, but I don't have the same ASUS NIC as you. So to confirm, a direct transfer from Mac to server is attaining pretty high speed, but when the VM is the source instead of the Mac, you see the speeds drop. Is that correct? Beyond iperf, have you tested just copying files over? I'm assuming you're copying them to a share located on SSD(s).
  7. Hi there, A few things if you want some help with this issue. First and foremost, please provide a detailed accounting of exactly what you have and have not tried at this point. The thread you were linked to earlier in this topic was specific to Ryzen issues and there was a lot of detailed feedback in there. We need to know exactly what you've tried thus far (C-State switches, BIOS updates, disabling overclocking on CPU/RAM, etc.). In addition, the logs you initially provided are useful only in so far as that they provide us with your configuration, but they won't reveal what is causing the crash as they are being collected before a crash occurs. To collect critical diagnostic data from a crash, you should connect a monitor and keyboard to your server and boot it up. Once at the command line, login with your 'root' account and from the command prompt, type the following: tail /var/log/syslog -f This will begin printing log messages directly to the monitor and when the system crashes, take a picture of what you see on the screen before restarting the server. This will at least let us know where the crash is stemming from and what the root cause may be. At the end of the day, this is likely a hardware issue, as if it was software, it would be much more wide-spread. There are plenty of folks in the community here that are utilizing Unraid with Ryzen and have managed to get past all the quirks that it can bring. We just need to narrow down what component in your setup is amiss so you can either fix or replace it. All the best, Jon
  8. Hi there Matt, Ok, so you have a 10gbps adapter for your mac and which adapter is this might I ask? Also what adapter is on the server and what adapter is the VM using? All the best, Jon
  9. Anyone else know anything about this particular hardware/use-case?
  10. Any insights / information you can provide would be much appreciated. We really need to narrow down reproducable steps. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  11. Yes and no. We have determined some of the excess writes on SSDs that some users were seeing may have been due to the boundary size we set which we have resolved. That will be in an upcoming update, but will require a process to convert which we are still sorting out. Separately we are testing smb performance in a 10gbps environment to see how we hold up in that setting. That testing is still underway and should be completed soon. However the CPU usage issue reported here hasn't been able to be reproduced just yet, so we are still trying. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  12. Hi there, I saw your message into support. First and foremost, it sounds like you desperately need to get yourself a UPS if you're having that many power failures. Having a power failure while data is being written to the system can cause filesystem corruption and data loss. From reviewing your logs, you do have a few devices showcasing issues. The best advice I can give you at this point would be to start the array in maintenance mode and attempt to do file system checks / repairs. Start here in the wiki: https://wiki.unraid.net/UnRAID_6/Storage_Management#Drive_shows_as_unmountable All the best, Jon
  13. We may need to consider closing this subforum and directing all support inquiries directly to general support. Sorry for the lack of attention this thread received. Had I seen it sooner, I would have told you that your issue really stems down to your hardware. There is one key problem with your build: AMD. AMD hardware just doesn't perform as well for this use-case as does Intel/NVIDIA. We've seen many AMD-based systems just fail to support IOMMU properly. We've also seen plenty of AMD GPUs that just don't support function-level resets which are required to pass through a GPU to a VM. And you've already seen the third problem which is that even if you can get the GPU to pass through, rebooting the guest VM can cause the whole system to crash. It is for these reasons we never recommend the use of AMD hardware for any setups that involve GPU pass through. There are some users that have managed to make this work, but for most folks, these kinds of problems are common. We've contacted AMD about this in the past but unfortunately our notices to them have fallen on deaf ears. The best advice I can give you would be to A) contact AMD about your issue or B) switch to an Intel + NVIDIA setup.
  14. Hi there, I am actually in the midst of doing some pretty extensive storage performance testing in the lab. We're testing with a combination of SSDs, NVMe drives, and a 10gbps network. This will take some time to test and analyze, but we are actively researching this.