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  1. I double checked my mount point settings and it turns out everything is actually working fine (I was not writing the files to the right location). So manually creating a raid0 for storing images does work, but as you mentionned @1812 that feature might not be implemented at the UI level. I moved existing os / games images that I had on the cache to that new raid, changed the img location in the VM template, fired up the VM and holy crap, now it's extremely smooth ! Before that I had performance issues when the game updates were downloading, the computer was not super responsive. Now it downloa
  2. Hey guys, I would like to use 2 SSDs in btrfs RAID0 for the VM images. Ideally I would have used the GUI, but I'm not sure you can create raid from the Unassigned devices tab. I enabled the Format button, but I think it will only let me format each individual drive. I tried creating the raid from the terminal using something like this: mkfs.btrfs -d raid0 /dev/sdb /dev/sdc and then I mounted on /mnt/users/disks/ It kinda worked, as I could put a few files on it but now I'm getting the "No space left on device" error message whenever I try to move or copy files on it, ev
  3. Scan user shares is disabled, here is what happens when I re-enable the plugin with the option set to "No". Maybe I absolutely need to select at least one "Included folder" ?
  4. Thank you for the reply. I just found the source of the problem. Since I first noticed the issue yesterday, I thought it might have been a recent change in my UnRaid settings. So I remembered watching Gridrunner's latest video and installed a few plugins as a result in order to try to optimize my setup. After disabling Dynamix Cache Directories, CPU usage went back to normal. Not sure if it's supposed to behave that way, but in my case I don't want my fans ramping up and down every 8 seconds because of CPU usage spikes, so I'll leave it off for now and maybe I'll check with Dynamix l
  5. Hey guys, yesterday I noticed the fans in the server started spinning up and down at regular intervals, so I looked at UnRaid's System Stats and saw that the CPU was spiking up every 8 seconds. From the dashboard, in the System Status, I can see that every 8 seconds, a random thread spikes to 100% usage and then goes down to 0%. All the VMs are shutdown, and I also tried disabling Dockers completely but I am still getting the same result. I also tried SSHing to the server and looking at "top", but I didn't see anything super suspicious, although I might need help on that front
  6. Wow ! So I ran this command to list the snapshots for a particular domain: qemu-img snapshot -l /mnt/user/domains/Creative/vdisk1.img and to my surprise, all the previous snapshots I took using `virsh snapshot-create-as` were listed ! So even if I couldn't list them using `virsh snapshot-list --domain Creative` after the server is rebooted, they were still listed using qemu-img. So as you might have guessed, my next experiment was to try to revert to one of those. So I used: qemu-img snapshot -a "AdobeInstalled" /mnt/user/domains/Creative/vdisk1.img and it worked
  7. I know (I think ?) snapshots aren't actually supported in the current UnRaid version however I'm thinking you guys might still be able to help. Basically I was using the virsh snapshot feature using the commandline, on qcow disks: virsh snapshot-create-as --domain MyVM --name "FirstSnapshot" --description "My first snapshot" And everything seemed to work fine. I could virsh snapshot-list --domain MyVM to get the snapshot list, and I could virsh snapshot-revert to get back to a point. However, when I reboot the UnRaid server all my snapshots are gone ! Is t
  8. I finally got it working using only the UI ! I tried putting my main video card in another PCI-E slot and use the 210 in the primary slot. I set the VM to use i440fx / OVMF and pass through the main video card and corresponding sound and that worked without the need for a rom. Out of curiosity, I tried the method to dump the rom and to my surprise, the file size is different than any other BIOS I had tried / dumped before. Even when the main video card was in another slot and discoverable, the dumped BIOS was different than the current working one (wierd huh ?). I haven't tried actually u
  9. I spent the day again trying to figure out what's wrong. Instead of trying to make the main video card to work, I tried with the 210. I get the exact same Code 43 error no matter what I do. I was wondering, before dumping the BIOS, when the video card is installed in the secondary PCI-E slot, should it be already working when you assign it to a VM and boot the VM (so no Code 43) or is it only supposed to work once you have dumped the BIOS for that secondary graphics card too ? I find it odd that people got their GPU pass through to work one way or another by simply swapping the video
  10. Thanks for the suggestion. Based on that I guess there might be something I don't understand though. As I mentioned, I'm using RDP to quickly be able to confirm that Windows boots and then I can go in Devices Manager and see the Code 43. I'm now doing this because when I was checking directly for the video input while trying to make the Ubuntu VM work, I was mislead since it was taking more than a minute to get the video signal (I messed with that for a week, recreating VMs, trying different settings because I thought it was not working even though it was), so I thought when diagnosing Windows
  11. I went back to the BIOS and saw that with my latest GPU testing positions, the main video card was is the "wrong" slot, where it was only 1X effective, so that probably didn't help. I went ahead and simply removed the 210, and put the main video card back in the first x16 slot. I booted and visually confirmed that UnRaid is booting from that video card. I also disabled ACS Override. Since I'm still not seeing any mention of the rom in the logs, is there a command I can directly run on the server so that I could test various custom settings and possibly make it work that way ? Would
  12. I'm not editing the VM using the UI after I make modifications in the XML as I know it will erase the custom edits. That being said I just tried doing exactly that (using the UI to re-set the values) and then custom edited the XML to add the rom line afterwards. Still, I'm not seeing the rom option in the logs. Do you think it's an issue I should look into, as in, it's not taking into account the rom option at all ? Yea I tried dumping the rom anyway with the switch in the other possition. The rom files are identical in size as far as I can tell. I did flash one of my G
  13. I tried adding bar='on' and use <rom bar='on' file='/mnt/user/roms/GK110Stock.rom'/> It doesn't seem to change anything. I still get the Code 43. Here is the VM log: 2016-11-26 23:24:35.848+0000: starting up libvirt version: 1.3.1, qemu version: 2.5.1, hostname: LimeHive LC_ALL=C PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin HOME=/ QEMU_AUDIO_DRV=none /usr/local/sbin/qemu -name Gaming5 -S -machine pc-i440fx-2.5,accel=kvm,usb=off,mem-merge=off -cpu host,kvm=off -drive file=/usr/share/qemu/ovmf-x64/OVMF_CODE-pure-efi.fd,if=pflash,format=raw,unit=0,readonly=on -drive file=/etc/l
  14. I guess I could also include one of the XML I'm testing with: <domain type='kvm' id='12' xmlns:qemu='http://libvirt.org/schemas/domain/qemu/1.0'> <name>Gaming5</name> <uuid>1569af02-c0a5-05fd-206c-59ba443c1fda</uuid> <metadata> <vmtemplate xmlns="unraid" name="Windows 10" icon="windows.png" os="windows10"/> </metadata> <memory unit='KiB'>10485760</memory> <currentMemory unit='KiB'>10485760</currentMemory> <memoryBacking> <nosharepages/> <locked/> </memoryBacking> &
  15. I've been trying to get this to work for more than a month now by reading all the related threads on this forum and on the internet in general. Hopefully you guys will be able to help me out if I provide all the necessary information. - I'm on UnRaid 6.2.4. - I have been able to create an Ubuntu Mate VM, using the default template and passthough my video card without any issues (OVMF / Q35-2.5). See my next post for full hardware list. EDIT: Looks like the full hardware list is too big to post here directly. Let me know if you need more info about my hardware.