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  1. Sorry for thread necromancy, has anyone figured way to autostart VM´s after resuming from sleep (particularly a vm that was stopped before sleep)?
  2. Yeah I´ve just noticed the unraid bootmenu has this by default (I dont really boot this machine often). Seems that one of my RAM sticks has broken, so there we go.
  3. Would appreciate any pointers if available. More info: I am gettin the above freeze also when I SCP a 4gb ISO file to Array from my laptop. So it seems that either writing to the HDD array is hosed somehow or I might have RAM thats gone bad?
  4. Hello, I´ve been using this unraid setup for few years now but I am now facing problem I need some outside help with. I was trying to download my VM image file from my SSD cache drive (where I run all my VMs) to backup storage on my regulard HDD array. I am loggin on the Unraid via SSH and tried few things just regular cp, rsync etc operations to move this 100gb image file. I am getting consistent system crash trying to do this operation and from outside it looked like system just froze. When I had tail syslog running on second SSH window while doing this I could actually see
  5. Didnt find answer to this with search, might be im bad @searching tho. With S3 Sleep plugin, what kind of before and after sleep commands should I use to make it play nicely together with my Windows VM? Any examples how you guys handle this tidily? I would like the system to suspend or shutdown a certain VM before system sleeping because after sleep the VM is not working anymore(at least there is no picture in displays via passthrough gfx card). After resuming from sleep I would like to start/restore that VM automatically. So far I´ve tried "virsh suspend Hy
  6. Did anyone figure this one out? I updated and am having the same problem. If there is no workaround, how do I rollback to working version again? ErrorWarningSystemArrayLogin 2017-03-19 16:31:39.625+0000: starting up libvirt version: 2.4.0, qemu version: 2.7.1, hostname: Megathron LC_ALL=C PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin HOME=/ QEMU_AUDIO_DRV=none /usr/local/sbin/qemu -name guest=Hyperion,debug-threads=on -S -object secret,id=masterKey0,format=raw,file=/var/lib/libvirt/qemu/domain-1-Hyperion/master-key.aes -machine pc-i440fx-2.5,accel=kvm,usb=off,dump-guest-core=off,
  7. Since my last post I havent been crashing. I went through my network assigning static IPs for everything and updated my BIOS, not sure which one cured it.
  8. Okay this is bit stupid, but since someone else might also face this later I´m gonna post last update and marking this SOLVED. I changed back to IGFX and everything works now. Somehow seems that booting succefully with PCIE (or Auto) mode fixed it and now switching back to IGFX also works. Weird but Ill take it.
  9. Okay problem now is that vms wont get gfx pass through anymore since Auto gives my nvidia card to unraid. Im pretty sure I used to be able to assign igfx as primary so unraid uses it. What am I doing wrong this time?
  10. Quick update: going from IGFX back to Auto on Primary Display seems to get me to login screen.
  11. Hey there, I´m kinda without working computer at the moment as I run my workstation as unRAID VM. So excuse me for being brief. I have Asus Maximux VIII Gene motherboard, I´ve just updated to latest BIOS from year old version. Now when after selecting unRAID from the boot menu I get to "Loading bzroot ... ok" and the system resets itself. It will keep doing the reset loop until I intervene. I think I did necessary changes in BIOS after updating, please sanity check this: -Enabled Intel Virtualization Technologies and VT-D -Set default boot gfx as IGFP -SATA is set to ACHI
  12. Thanks will try that, at the moment I dont have another GPU to spare.
  13. How well does it work over remote desktop (VNC I guess)? Is it usable for editing?
  14. Sorry for the late reply, I indeed have a Skylake, 6700k. Sorry for the late reply, I indeed have a Skylake, 6700k. You also happen to have Skylake CPU? I second this. Look at your network switch. Is it going ape-s**t? A couple possible causes are two DHCP servers issuing IPs on the same subnet or conflicting IPs. If your VMs are using dynamically assigned IPs, and you suspend them, it's possible that the IP that was on that VM is getting reassigned and when you wake the VM there is a conflict because it doesn't ask for another new IP. The next