david279

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  1. Try putting the card on a different bus. I run a mac os VM on pop os and usb device would not work when the bus was a high number like 0a. Just something to try. <hostdev mode="subsystem" type="pci" managed="yes"> <driver name="vfio"/> <source> <address domain="0x0000" bus="0x7c" slot="0x00" function="0x0"/> </source> <address type="pci" domain="0x0000" bus="0x3" slot="0x00" function="0x0"/> </hostdev> <memballoon model="none"/> </devices> I changed your code from 0a to 3 in the part above, I did not see anything on 3 in your xml.
  2. Im seeing this on the cache page for my main cache drive. I have another cache pool that does not show this but shows the correct usage info. tower-diagnostics-20220311-0939.zip
  3. 6900k does not have a iGPU, did you mean another chip?
  4. rx 550 if you can find one. I used the cheap Dell OEM rx 550 and it worked great.
  5. You may have to pass through a usb controller so you can directly connect the mouse. Something about high polling seems to throw the VMs latency way up. I had it happen with logitech and a roccat mouse.
  6. I had a strange issue like this when i ran a gaming VM. It was my mouse and the high polling rate that caused it.
  7. I only ask because someone said their machine would not boot after updating. I thought he had a issue with the newest driver.
  8. So 510 beta driver does work?
  9. Change the puid and pgid in the docker template to 0 and see if it works.
  10. I had a hard time getting VMs with a GPU passed through past a black screen when using UEFI boot for some reason. GPUs used where a rx 580, GT 1030 and RTX 2070. Its the one reason i never tried UEFI again. Just my personal experience.
  11. No problem using the ubuntu template. Ive ran Pop OS a couple of times in a VM.