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  1. I am having an issue with passing through the Intel Quicksync driver and starting a Windows 10 virtual machine with a passthrough Nvidia GPU. #!/bin/bash # Start the Management Utility /usr/local/sbin/emhttp & # Copy custom vm icons cp /boot/icons/* /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.vm.manager/templates/images/ # Load the i915 driver modprobe i915 chmod -R 777 /dev/dri If I use the above go file I cannot start my Windows VM. If I were to put the commands into a userscript that loads at the start of the array I still cannot start the VM. One thing that works is if I first start the virtual machine then issue the modprobe command everything works as expected. Anyone have experience with this?
  2. In regards to the Apache-PHP container, it would be nice to have the apache2.conf/httpd.conf file in the config folder so we can make changes to it! And +1 for enabling mod_rewrite as well.
  3. I've been noticing that this sabnzbd container might not be following the CPU Pinning Docker rules exactly. CPU usage on CPU 3 goes to 5-6% during downloads and back down to 0% when done. All of my other dockers are pinned to 0,4. All my VM's are pinned to 1,5,2,6,3,7 but they are all shutdown. Seems to only happen with sabnzbd is actively downloading something. Anyone else experience anything like this?
  4. Currently I have a Crucial MX300 750gb cache drive and on that drive I have the system folder. I have moved all my virtual machines to an unassigned Samsung 970 Pro nvme drive but my libvirt.img file is still on the Crucial drive. Would moving this image file to the Samsung drive have any improvements to the virtual machines? Also what about moving the docker.img file to the Samsung drive? Should I do that as well?
  5. Will this be updated to the new version?
  6. I did a BIOS firmware update on my motherboard a few months ago that included "Updated Intel CPU microcode" in the changelog. I'm assuming it was for the spectre/meltdown vulnerabilities. Will this plugin override this from the BIOS level?
  7. Yes, rclone was not running but still gave me that error. I had to stop the array, reboot and then update. Seems to have solved that issue.
  8. ca.cleanup.appdata.plg This plugin has been deprecate and should no longer be used due to the following reason(s): Because this plugin has the ability to delete your entire array in the case of a severely misconfigured docker application, it is now deprecated in favour of manually deleting the appdata folders via Krusader and the like. While this plugin should still be functional, it is no recommended to continue to use it. What happened to this plugin?
  9. plugin: updating: rclone.plg +============================================================================== | Skipping package rclone-2018.08.25-bundle (already installed) +============================================================================== Downloading rclone Downloading certs Archive: /boot/config/plugins/rclone-beta/install/rclone-beta-latest.zip creating: /boot/config/plugins/rclone-beta/install/rclone-v1.46.0-006-gef5e1909-beta-linux-amd64/ inflating: /boot/config/plugins/rclone-beta/install/rclone-v1.46.0-006-gef5e1909-beta-linux-amd64/rclone.1 inflating: /boot/config/plugins/rclone-beta/install/rclone-v1.46.0-006-gef5e1909-beta-linux-amd64/rclone inflating: /boot/config/plugins/rclone-beta/install/rclone-v1.46.0-006-gef5e1909-beta-linux-amd64/README.txt inflating: /boot/config/plugins/rclone-beta/install/rclone-v1.46.0-006-gef5e1909-beta-linux-amd64/README.html inflating: /boot/config/plugins/rclone-beta/install/rclone-v1.46.0-006-gef5e1909-beta-linux-amd64/git-log.txt Copy failed - is rclone running? plugin: run failed: /bin/bash retval: 1 Just got the same error...
  10. Let me know how it goes! I'm hoping this new kernel in unraid gets it going.
  11. 4.18 Kernel!? Looks like iGPU passthrough for Coffeelake will now be possible. Has anyone tried it yet?
  12. I just added an NVME drive in my unassigned devices. Will unRAID's TRIM schedule pick it up automatically?
  13. My Windows 10 VM seems to have decent audio after applying the MSI fix but my macOS VM still has issues. After doing a bit of research I came across this article https://blog.linuxserver.io/2018/01/05/how-to-fix-crackly-audio-with-qemu-libvirt-windows-10-and-pulseaudio/ that explains forking your own QEMU with an improved PulseAudio driver. Has anyone tried this? Is it possible with unRAID?
  14. Thinking about it now I suppose having an SSD/m.2 drive in the array would de-sync the parity since trim would cause issues. I wish in the VM settings page we could change the "Default VM storage path" to be an unassigned drive. I haven't tried it yet but I'm assuming when editing the VM templates the "Auto" setting would revert back to the "/mnt/user/domains/ " folder path?
  15. Excuse me if I'm an idiot but how do I go about setting an m.2 drive as my domains folder? In my setup I would like to keep my SSD drive as the cache drive while keeping my virtual machines in my separate m.2 drive. I see posts about people using unassigned devices for their m.2 drives but how would do I tell unRAID to use that for the /mnt/user/domains folder only? Do I assign the m.2 drive into the array and adjust the user share folder to only use Disk X (X being the m.2 disk) while adjusting the other shares to exclude disk X? Or is there a way to just tell unRAID to use this unassigned disk as a specific user share?