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  1. Just a friendly reminder everyone, discussing how to circumvent other vendors licensing will get content removed / banned from this forum. Tread lightly here
  2. Hi there, Well that's a new one! Can you please attach your system diagnostics? And silly question but is your Internet connection dropping? What kind of network equipment do you have? Have you tested cables to ensure that isn't the issue either?
  3. Hi there, The easiest solution for most is to have a secondary GPU for pass through and the primary GPU for the host OS. That said, there are video guides how you can attempt to pass through a GPU on a system with only one:
  4. Hi there, This could be due to the brand of device you're trying to use. Never heard of Inno3D before. They may have bad device firmware that doesn't like being assigned to a VM. I'm assuming that without the device assigned, the VM can be spun up and shut down as many times as you want. A simple test would be to replace the GPU with an alternate from EVGA or another quality brand (EVGA is recommended) and see if you can reproduce the same result. If so, there may be more to investigate, but if not, you'll at least know the issue is specific to the hardware you're using.
  5. @lnxd is right. It's not to say there aren't some special hoops you can jump through to potentially make your card work, but it's not in the cards for us at Lime Tech to figure that out as each card might have different challenges and different solutions. Its far easier for us as a company to simply state: modern NVIDIA devices (specifically EVGA brand) work great, but AMD cards may have various issues depending on the exact make/model and vBIOS revision.
  6. Hi there, AMD systems are notorious for having issues with GPU passthrough. I would suggest first replacing the GPU with an NVIDIA device which now has official support for this use case.
  7. Hi there, Have you tried this:
  8. Seconding what @itimpi has stated here, we will be updating docs to reflect best practices. Thanks for bringing this to our attention and please, continue to make us aware of anything that is confusing, inaccurate, or out of date with the wiki.
  9. OMG! I'm so glad you finally got this working. I was at my wits end trying to figure out how to guide you further. Glad you have a working system now!!
  10. I'm really still at a loss on what's causing your issues. I haven't been able to reproduce this in any of our testing systems. I do have a VM running on pc-i440fx-4.2 but I would honestly be shocked if it started exhibiting issues as this is a fairly common scenario. The VM's machine type version doesn't automatically get updated for the VM when we update QEMU, but QEMU can respect that. Its even more odd since these are simply VNC-based virtual machines. Typically when there are VM issues, its due to something hardware-specific with PCI-device pass through. If that's not happ
  11. Remote access is a tricky thing to get perfect. Ultimately there is a sliding scale between convenience, security, and complexity in terms of how you can do it and the risks/costs that come with each method can vary. For example, let's say you go with a Wireguard solution on Unraid. By default, anyone connecting would have a full connection to the entire server, not just a single application. So for management access, sure, that is a more overall secure way of approaching this, but it comes at the added cost of needing to download and configure a VPN client for the devices you wish to use
  12. I looked at the logs / diagnostics, but I didn't see anything that gave me a clue, but perhaps @ljm42 can take a peak?
  13. Not related. Read that post though.
  14. Hello Unraid Community! It has come to our attention that in recent days, we've seen a significant uptick in the amount of Unraid server's being compromised due to poor security practices. The purpose of this post is to help our community verify their server's are secure and provide helpful best-practices recommendations to ensuring your system doesn't become another statistic. Please review the below recommendations on your server(s) to ensure they are safe. Set a strong root password Similar to many routers, Unraid systems do not have a password set by default.
  15. Hi again, Looking at your diagnostics, I see the following HBA's installed on your system: 00:17.0 SATA controller [0106]: Intel Corporation Cannon Lake PCH SATA AHCI Controller [8086:a352] (rev 10) DeviceName: Onboard - SATA Subsystem: ASUSTeK Computer Inc. Device [1043:8694] Kernel driver in use: ahci Kernel modules: ahci 02:00.0 Serial Attached SCSI controller [0107]: Broadcom / LSI SAS2008 PCI-Express Fusion-MPT SAS-2 [Falcon] [1000:0072] (rev 03) Subsystem: Broadcom / LSI SAS2008 PCI-Express Fusion-MPT SAS-2 [Falcon] [1000: