zinkpro45

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  1. NOPE! The wonderful solution is to just buy a compatible NVME drive.
  2. I am currently running 6.7 RC5, as it is the last version that supported the patch detailed here: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/72036-nvme-m2-passthrough/. I am passingthrough a NVMW drive with the SM2262 controller that was having issues. I upgraded today to 6.8 RC. Getting this error, which is the same as other people were getting before the patch was applied and after the patch was removed: internal error: qemu unexpectedly closed the monitor: 2019-11-06T04:48:46.400809Z qemu-system-x86_64: -device vfio-pci,host=0000:01:00.0,id=hostdev2,bus=pci.0,addr=0x6: vfio 0000:01:00.0: failed to add PCI capability 0x11[0x50]@0xb0: table & pba overlap, or they don't fit in BARs, or don't align Please help me resolve this issue. The solution should not be to buy new hardware. This was working perfectly with the patch implemented. The patch shouldn't have been removed before a solution was found.
  3. @limetech Can we PLEASE get the SM2262/SM2263 Patch that was first added in 6.7 RC1 re-added to unraid to get us able to passthrough these NVME drives to windows again. The workthrough discussed on this thread ( ) does not work properly for Windows. This was working PERFECTLY on RC1-5 which is what I'm currently running.
  4. Any update on getting this to work? @limetech We'd really like this patch re-merged back into the kernel or a different working way of getting this controller to work.
  5. Yes, which is why we had a Patch that fixed it. Don't remove the patch until you have a proper method of supporting the device that the patch fixed. A very very large portion of NVME drives use this controller. There's no reason why Unraid can't re-add the patch and get this working until a suitable non-patch solution can be found.
  6. Yup. 6.7 straight up doesn't work. Thebrelease candidates before the patch was removed work great. You know honestly, if you pay for a product and something's broken in it, it's not unreasonable to expect communication about why it's broken and fixes. That on top of the fact that it was working on the release candidates means they should revert to making the patch included by default until unraid can communicate how to make the new way work properly.
  7. Please someone respond to this. Weeks without an update is not acceptable.
  8. Is there any luck with this? I'd really like to upgrade to the newest version.
  9. Final Release of 6.7 completely broke my windows VM with the 2262 controller. Used the workaround that was stated in the link above. Reverted back to RC5.
  10. Any update to this? I have a HP EX920 and would very much like to be able to passthrough the drive to my VM.
  11. Latest version on normal (Intel, supermicro) hardware.
  12. Alright I've posted here before about this and never got any responses. Up until now I was able to fix it by blowing away my docker completely and recreating everything, but it seems that doesn't even work now. My issue is that after restarting my docker, after an undetermined amount of time it looks like the daemon just dies. It shows as offline. The logs look like this when I try to start the daemon up. 2018-10-02 20:52:52,486 DEBG 'deluge-web-script' stderr output: [ERROR ] 20:52:52 main:243 There is a deluge daemon running with this config directory! 2018-10-02 20:52:52,486 DEBG 'deluge-web-script' stderr output: [ERROR ] 20:52:52 main:244 You cannot run multiple daemons with the same config directory set. [ERROR ] 20:52:52 main:245 If you believe this is an error, you can force a start by deleting /config/deluged.pid. So I delete deluged.pid and restart the docker and everything starts back up fine, but the issue just happens again, sometimes as quickly as 10 minutes later. The docker image has plenty of space, so it's not that. But I can't figure out what the issue is. It's been present on and off for more than a year now.
  13. I'm having the same issue. After a few hours the daemon will crash. The web ui is still accessible, but nothing like Sonarr or Radarr can connect to it. Also nothing will appear in the GUI like in your picture. Restarting the docker helps, as does restarting the daemon. Not sure what's wrong but it's been happening for about a month now. Really frustrating.