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  1. If you're wondering why you can see this forum but you cannot post in it, its because you haven't linked your Unraid server to your Unraid.net account yet. To do so, install the latest release of Unraid OS and if applicable, the My Servers plugin (can be found on Community Apps). Then make sure you sign in with your forum account. This will give you access to post in this special subforum.
  2. If you're wondering why you can see this forum but you cannot post in it, its because you haven't linked your Unraid server to your Unraid.net account yet. To do so, install the latest release of Unraid OS and if applicable, the My Servers plugin (can be found on Community Apps). Then make sure you sign in with your forum account. This will give you access to post in this special subforum.
  3. If you're wondering why you can see this forum but you cannot post in it, its because you haven't linked your Unraid server to your Unraid.net account yet. To do so, install the latest release of Unraid OS and if applicable, the My Servers plugin (can be found on Community Apps). Then make sure you sign in with your forum account. This will give you access to post in this special subforum.
  4. You might need to wipe the device using the wipefs command if there is a weird partition structure. All the best, Jon
  5. Hi there, In short, yes, you can do this. As far as how Docker containers will operate, that would be dependent on the author of the container and whether or not they preserve that data. We can't speak to how applications will work in containers that we don't personally publish, so you'll need to rely on community support for that, but worse case scenario, you can continue to use your VM-based solution on Unraid using KVM. All the best, Jon
  6. Hi there, It appears you are trying to do this on a system without an integrated graphics device. I see you have two GPUs in the system (a 1080ti and a 3060). If you're trying to use both of those with VMs, you'll need a 3rd device to provide graphics for the host itself or you can try following this advanced GPU pass through tutorial from SpaceInvaderOne: or
  7. Hi there, Sorry to hear you're having problems. When you made the new boot drive, did you do that from scratch or did you simply copy the configuration over from your old drive to your new drive? All the best, Jon
  8. Hi there, Please share your complete system diagnostics with us and your VM settings. Have you tried creating the VM pass through the GPU immediately before installing Windows? You shouldn't have to install Windows using the virtual graphics adapter. In addition, if your underlying hardware doesn't have a built-in GPU, this can also cause a problem. I would suggest checking out the videos from SpaceInvaderOne on YouTube for advanced GPU pass through techniques:
  9. Thank you @bonienl! As always you are a rockstar!
  10. Can anyone here help @Yvan with this request? My Docker networking expertise isn't as strong as some of you here ;-).
  11. Hey everyone, just a quick update on this issue. The main problem we've faced is the inability to recreate this issue in our labs. We are still actively working on it, but if anyone here knows the full solution, we are open to providing a bounty for it. Just PM me and so long as the fix isn't a hack or workaround, we will gladly compensate you for your time and work.
  12. The problem with this question is simply that there is no "right" answer. You can absolutely get away with a 4 core, 8 thread CPU with just the information you provided. But if I inquire deeper about what you're going to be doing in each VM / docker application and what your expectations of performance would be, there could be additional guidance. And even then, knowing how to match those needs exactly with the software you're going to be using can be quite a pain. Docker containers that are running server applications will scale performance based on what you have available. T
  13. It should be up there! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/uncast/id1566634831
  14. Totally being honest here, I have no idea what a Docker shim even is ;-). Any additional insights you can provide would help me better triage this issue.