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  1. Is it a specific device you have issues with? usb passthru works on 6.10.3 and 6.11 only device I know off with issues are conbeeII which need to be connected as serial devices
  2. doesnot seem to be finding driver for matrox gpu. which previous release was it working on?
  3. open terminal and ls /boot/config/modprobe.d
  4. Have you black listed any drivers? what files do you have in /boot/config/modprobe.d
  5. Are you over subscribing the available power on the ports? are they on the same controller?
  6. Have you mounted the share in the vm?
  7. You dont need to use a script anymore. <filesystem type='mount' accessmode='passthrough'> <driver type='virtiofs' queue='1024' /> <source dir=''/> <target dir=''/> <binary path='/usr/libexec/virtiofsd' xattr='on'> <sandbox mode='chroot'/> <cache mode='always'/> <lock posix='on' flock='on'/> </binary> </filesystem>" But if I try to ls the mount point cmd liine hangs.(Debian) Will try other distros and Windows to see if I get any other results.
  8. Have you installed USB manager from CA? You dont select any devices in the VM Template. It will look like this so you can click th usb symbol to create a port mapping you will need to do this if the serial numbers are the same or you can add as a device. Port settings look like this. The sliders enable functions Connect at VM start will need to be enabled, Connect as serial is only required by ConbeeII devices into HA as far as I know at present. Connect at device plugin will map a device when it is physically plugged into the system. And select the VM to map to.
  9. Hi, Is this still working for you and can you confirm which version of Unraid you are currently using?
  10. USB Manager plugin can auto connect like Hotplug when detected.
  11. I dont have a user guide the plugin is easy to use. you have two options port and device mapping. Device will connect a usb device to a vm as it starts or is hotplugged if you set in the options. This is indepentant from the usb. Port will connect any device in a specific port to a vm. What are you loking to do. There is a fix coming in 6.11 for missing devices.
  12. This is the help text did you look at the link? Unraid Share Used to create a VirtFS mapping to a Linux-based guest. Specify the path on the host here. Unraid Mount tag Specify the mount tag that you will use for mounting the VirtFS share inside the VM. See this page for how to do this on a Linux-based guest: Additional devices can be added/removed by clicking the symbols to the left.
  13. Dont think it will be simple to do, also not sure it should still start without the device as ccould have a negative effect.
  14. I think. option is nosplit_lock_detect but not tried. it
  15. Followed your suggestion and this has now been merged so will appear in the next RC.. Also includes support for missing USB devices so people can change to optional or remove.
  16. Do you have an option for fastboot in the bios? On my msi motherboard causes boot issues set it to disabled not enabled
  17. fyi these will be loaded by default in 6.11 so you can remove from the script.
  18. This is not related to the spinup of the ATA drives, but notice you have a SAS drive. You need to install the SAS spindown helper if you want that drive to spin down. @doron has with the sas spindown plugins wrapper that was installed that may be able to help detect what is calling smartctl but not sure if it will be installed on 6.10.x #!/bin/bash # Spin down SAS drives - stopgap scripts until Unraid does organically. # # This script is a wrapper for "smartctl" - which in 7.1 does not support the "-n standby" # flag for SAS drive. This wrapper works around that, by checking whether the drive is SAS # and if so, avoid calling smartctl (return silently). # # v&version; # &copyright; . &plugindir;/functions DEVICE="${@: -1}" $DEBUG &amp;&amp; Log "debug: smartctl wrapper caller is $(cat /proc/$PPID/comm), grandpa is $(cat /proc/$(cat /proc/$PPID/stat | cut -d" " -f4)/comm), device $DEVICE, args \"$@\"" if [[ "$@" =~ \-n\ +standby\ || "$@" =~ "--nocheck=standby" ]] ; then if IsSBY $DEVICE ; then $DEBUG &amp;&amp; Log "debug: device $DEVICE is spun down, smartctl evaded" echo "SAS Assist Plugin: $DEVICE is in standby mode (spun down), smartctl exits(2)" exit 2 # Match smartctl's exit code, thanks @segator fi fi $REALSMART "$@" main sdspin process uses hdparm -C to get device standby status, What is the output for each of the ATA drives? @limetech @dlandon any other suggestions?
  19. Happy to help and Glad you got it working you have a good weekend now too
  20. I am not an expert in ha, but from the HA console if I run hw info I see And from settings->system->hardware click on ... and select all hardware.