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  1. Ahh that did the trick (I didn't know about the Help button ... pretty cool feature!) ... anyway, here's the log... 2015-12-07 10:51:13.075+0000: 8142: info : libvirt version: 1.2.18 2015-12-07 10:51:13.075+0000: 8142: error : virUSBDeviceFindByVendor:242 : internal error: Did not find USB device 45e:cb 2015-12-07 10:51:13.098+0000: 8142: warning : virHostdevReAttachUSBDevices:1455 : Unable to find device 001.008 in list of active USB devices 2015-12-07 10:51:13.098+0000: 8142: warning : virHostdevReAttachUSBDevices:1455 : Unable to find device 000.000 in list of active USB devices
  2. Ok, I checked the reliability history in Windows, but everything looks ok. Any other ideas? What's the config file/setting that controls the autostart?
  3. Really strange ... I can't pinpoint exactly when this problem started happening, but I have a Win10 VM set to autostart, but it won't auto start (ie after a reboot of unraid). It manually starts with no problems at all. I've tried disabling autostart, then re-enabling it. I've also tried upgrading from 6.1.3 to 6.1.6, but both OS versions have the same issue. Is there a config file I can check to see if the autostart setting is in fact set? The VM's xml file doesn't have an autostart option in there that I can see, so I'm guessing it's in a different config file. Anyway, a
  4. No, not at the moment. I put the idea of creating a plugin to run this on my list of 'nice-to-try-creating' items a few weeks ago. However demands on my time have have meant I have not got any further, but it is still something I would like to try my hand at if time becomes available. It actually seems fairly easy to use via CLI, but a GUI would probably open it up to a lot more non-techie users. I'm looking around for an easy solution to protect my unraid data from data degradation. I have a full copy of every unraid hard drive on another hard drive, but there's no integrit
  5. This utility looks really useful. Is there any GUI front-end (dynamix, docker??) for this?
  6. I'm not sure what function enables IOMMU ... for me, it was always enabled and I could always see the info. You can see from the attached info (full resolution: http://i.imgur.com/8qftKGI.jpg), my GTX970 card and audio are in their own group. You might need to create a separate forum posting and ask the question - someone like JonP should be able to point you in the right direction.
  7. You can do a search on the 3dmark.com site and find all similar systems for comparison. I had a quick look and there are people getting much higher numbers with similar rigs but minus the virtualization. Considering that, I was nicely surprised when I ran the benchmarks and played FC4 all in a VM and found the performance was still great. I am really looking forward to playing Fallout 4 on this system when it is released in November. The 4K monitor will help a lot with the open world gameplay. I see scores around the 11k mark for that cpu/gpu combo, thats really not a bad hit! I wonde
  8. I always follow the old adage "backup often, backup early"". I have another windows 10 box full of heaps of storage. I maintain a 1 to 1 mirror copy (and save all changes/deletions) between each unraid hdd and a corresponding windows hdd. This always me to instantly recover any file and any version whenever I need to. I have unraid parity enabled as well. I have a Crashplan unlimited account and am in the slow process of backing up everything to the cloud (estimated completion time: 1 year to go LOL). Lastly all my super valuable business and personal files are already backed up to Spideroak's
  9. You can do a search on the 3dmark.com site and find all similar systems for comparison. I had a quick look and there are people getting much higher numbers with similar rigs but minus the virtualization. Considering that, I was nicely surprised when I ran the benchmarks and played FC4 all in a VM and found the performance was still great. I am really looking forward to playing Fallout 4 on this system when it is released in November. The 4K monitor will help a lot with the open world gameplay.
  10. So I thought it was time to upgrade my 4-year old unraid box (see my sig for the old specs). I was inspired by the new virtualization features (especially the idea of doing gaming in a Windows guest), so I bought a new set of hardware (to go with my current collection of green drives). End result: 4K gaming in a VM (Windows 10)!! New hardware list: Motherboard:Asus Maximus VIII Hero CPU:Intel Core i7-6700K @ 4.00GHz (OC unlocked) RAM:G.Skill 32GB (4X8GB) F4-3200C16D-16GVK Ripjaws V DDR4-3200 GPU:ASUS GeForce GTX 970 STRIX 4G DCU II OC Graphic Card
  11. This should not be necessary. Are you running in a VM? If so, we do not test unRAID OS running in a VM so there may be issues. No, I'm running on physical hardware. Did you use the GUI to upgrade or did you do a manual copy of files to the flash drive ? I used the GUI/update button.
  12. Another small thing in the log ... as soon as I turned on Docker, and each time I do anything in Docker, the main console shows "warning: commands will be executed using /bin/sh". It's not breaking anything that I can see, everything (including Docker containers) seem to be working fine. Just that occasional message.
  13. This should not be necessary. Are you running in a VM? If so, we do not test unRAID OS running in a VM so there may be issues. No, I'm running on physical hardware.
  14. Ok, that fixed it. Disable/Enable notifications. Message is no longer being displayed in the logs. Thanks for all your help!
  15. Yep - rebooted and so far everything is solid under 6.1 ... just those messages in the log file every minute.