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  1. Is there a way to exclude disks that are outside the array (unassigned devices in my case)? edit: solved my issue (stubbed a ssd that was reporting weird temp values), but general question still applies
  2. I'm playing around with unraid again an had the same issue mentioned in this threads first post - I want to archive my issue in case someone else has the same… for some reason my /etc/libvirt mount didnt unmount, after getting /mnt/disk1 being busy, i ran `mount` and had libvirt still on it. manually `umount /etc/libvirt` did the trick. I was changing a VMs XML via Webterminal before, might be that something went wrong there…
  3. hm, after testing more and more configs I was able to get it running relatively stable with seabios. but after adding my pcie-usb3-card the VM crashed and now it doesnt recognize the vdisk anymore... something is completly broken in this machine, but what? diags attached… aussenbecken-diagnostics-20170613-1504.zip
  4. Hm, right.. same with SeaBios, so OMVF isnt the problem
  5. I'm pretty sure its an issue with OVMF + Win10 + my CPU/Chipset... Dang! is there any chance to upgrade something on unRAID?
  6. already did it. 1607 & 1703 both have the same issue.
  7. Ubuntu works without any Problems. no sure if thats a good or a bad thing..
  8. 1. switched machine type to Q35-2.7 -> nope 2. turned off hyper-v through UI -> nope 3. switched back to i440fx-2.7 (hyper-v still off) -> nope
  9. Maybe because I have copied the XML before starting the VM the first time. You XML is copied while the VM is running, right? but it looks more or less the same as mine..
  10. Ok, heres an XML generated with the video above ("minimal setup") - it boots into windows setup - I select E:\viostor\w10\amd64 drivers - it copies windows pro - it restarts ... and hangs - force stop from unRAID webUI, start again. - setup completes (express - no cortana), I'm in Windows. - installing all needed drivers (network, balloon, pice "simple device") - disable fast boot (shouldnt affect reboot at all) - restarting... and it hangs again Screenshot of hanging VM is attached <domain type='kvm'> <name>Windows 10 Test&
  11. This time I did it on my own, but I've created multiple VMs on my own unRAID machine before. so personally I dont think its something that easy. Also I have tried multiple configurations (including seaBios/OMVF, different VNC/GPU, different Cores, different Hyper-V Settings... basicly different everything) and not a single VM restarted during Windows 10 installation... some of them didnt even start at all. But if your pass me over a guide I'm more then happy to try it out, maybe there is something I dont know yet.
  12. I doubt its the SSD. But is it possible that kvm isnt fully compatible with kaby lake and/or Intel H270 chipsets yet? Or any other Idea where I can search for the problem? On my own machine (i7-6700k @ z170) everything works fine. never had problems with that one edit: unRAID 6.3.3. runs qemu 2.7.1 but latest stable is 2.9.0 ... does anyone know if LT will update it in 6.3.4 or 6.4?
  13. Nope, also tried that already. no matter which settings I chose, restart never works.