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    [ 6.6.0-rc1 ] VM performance on threadripper 2990wx

    Really sorry on the Enermax thing.. I took a risk getting a Rev 2 version.. Really hoping they did fix it. On the IOMMU's there may be a setting in the bios. "Enumerate all iommu in IVRs" Mine had this and without it my IOMMU groupings were terrible. They still aren't nearly as good as an ASRock but the ASRock won't let you do an LSI 9201-16i card.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Letsencrypt (Nginx)

    You probably need to check to make sure your ISP isn't blocking it. If it isn't perhaps you setup a VPN on your router that took the port?
  3. Just tried this but sadly my performance seems to be a lot worse only using cpu cores from the numa where my gpu and m2 device is connected. FPS in dylight dropped from 100 to barely 60 with a lot more stuttering hitching.. Very strange. My board is kind of stupid as well since it maps the CPUs differently it appears than other people's boards on this forum with a 2990wx. Should say previously I was only mapping odd cores and leaving all even cores out. For some reason it improves performance even when it crosses dies. Second die contains my M.2 Drive and 1070. Other die has the drives all attached to it for unraid.
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    6.6.RC4 unclean shutdown detected

    Changed Status to Solved
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    6.6.RC4 unclean shutdown detected

    Yeah set it to 180 though don't get why the shutdown takes so long for the win10 machine. It has a m.2 drive and 20 cores assigned to it. Not much really running either. Also 32 gb of ram.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Letsencrypt (Nginx)

    Almost sound like your forwarders aren't working on your router. Have you checked to make sure the ports are open internet facing?
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    6.6.RC4 unclean shutdown detected

    The only thing I can think of is my vm wait time was longer than the disk wait time. I had assumed these were two separate timeouts. I am not effected by the slow starting performance that has been discussed here on threadripper but my windows VM takes about 90 seconds to shutdown. I am assuming though that given it got an "unclean" shutdown that it is not? That its more like M(Disk timeout) and N(VM Timeout) run in tandom instead of separately such as N+M. Like the system waits for N(VM Timeout) to occur then moves to M(disk unmounting) and such to occur. But guessing it simply has two timeouts that start at the same time and if the disk one runs out of time before the VM one it just marks it unclean?
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    6.6.RC4 unclean shutdown detected

    Updated to RC4 and for some reason it claims I did an unclean shutdown even though I simply rebooted via the reboot option in the GUI and it fully went down clean as far as I can tell. No changes made besides restarting with RC4 update. tower-diagnostics-20180917-1951.zip
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Letsencrypt (Nginx)

    @linuxserver.io Any chance you could add SSLH to this docker? I want to be able to use ssh and website on the same port and it would let me if that one package was installed. Below is the package requested https://pkgs.alpinelinux.org/package/edge/testing/x86/sslh Below is what I'm trying to do: https://www.ostechnix.com/sslh-share-port-https-ssh/ Thanks
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    [ 6.6.0-rc1 ] VM performance on threadripper 2990wx

    Its not core count as I have a 2990wx and it starts VMs quickly. My only problem is I still get random stuttering in games. I have everything isolated and such but still random stutters. Ironically on my 8 core 1700 this stuttering stuff didn't happen and I only had 4 physical cores for my gaming VM. My gaming VM currently has 8-10 physical cores(tried 10 just to see if more cores made a difference). The 8 cores are on the same die and I let everything else run on another 8 cores effectively not using half the processor. Still stutters..
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    [ 6.6.0-rc1 ] VM performance on threadripper 2990wx

    Asus Zenith x399
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    [support] Spants - Kerberos.io template

    Was wondering if there was any updates on this? I am excited to be able to run this as an unraid docker 😃
  13. So going to the in tree one shows a lot more stuff though it would seem on the 2990wx there maybe to many temps to read or something but at least I can see each die temp separately now. Any comment on the AMD-UPROF stuff? https://developer.amd.com/amd-uprof/
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    VM Oddities 6.6RC1

    Changed Status to Solved