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  1. Your favorite movie or series of all time??? 😂
  2. @Sleepyme What you can try, use another slot for the card and also have a display plugged in while setting it up. For BIOS updates AMD released the newest AGESA version couple days ago, which should fix a couple things. Not all motherboard vendors released a newer version based on this yet. You might have to check again.
  3. @drawde Same for me. Did you tried what danyg posted above? For me the created files mentioned in the tutorial are emptied as soon as I startup the container and no effect. No stats for fans or temps. 🤨
  4. @Sleepyme Did you played around with different BIOS versions for your motherboard?
  5. Quick question, is the model of the drive the same as the one you RMAed? Same day of purchase, same order?
  6. Just a question, are you even allowed to use the internet for private stuff on your work machine? Depending on which industry you're working, I can understand why the admins wanna prevent their user to accessing personal stuff with portable browsers. One single click on the wrong page or an personal email and the desaster is there.
  7. Ok. If it's a machine connected to a domain your profil with all it's settings might sync in the backround from a company server. Usually with every logoff or reboot this profil should sync back to the server and save any changes you made. Not actual sure if it's possible to setup by the admin in a way that login credentials are only allowed to add and change and disallowed to remove. I know for fileshares it's possible to set it up this way. The user is allowed to ad files, change existing files but aren't allowed to remove them. Sounds stupid, i know but there might be usecases for this. Not actual sure if it's possible for the credential store. Another possibility is that your companies firewall/proxy configuration caches all sorts of cookies and session information and kinda Man-In-the-Middle checks all the traffic from the clients. Lots of enterprise equipment still intercepts the connections to analyse for bad traffic and often breaks logins and webservices on non company networks. Have you tried to use a portable version of a browser like firefox? No need to install, everything is stored in a single folder, let's say on the desktop. If you don't need it anymore, delete it, an everything is gone. Sure this isn't the solution for your main problem to delete the stored credentials but maybe helps to prevent future issues.
  8. Are you using a Windows user account or a local account? The Microsoft account syncs all kind of stuff. I wouldn't be surprised if it syncs all the login credentials you maybe have saved on an old installation. Just an idea. Best solution might be to stop using the Internet Explorer 😂 Btw. does it still get's updates? I think I've read something that MS will stop the support for it with the ongoin development and implementation of Edge.
  9. If the card has UEFI support this might work.
  10. Change the boot order in this part from 1 to 2 <disk type='block' device='disk'> <driver name='qemu' type='raw' cache='writeback'/> <source dev='/dev/sdd1'/> <backingStore/> <target dev='hdc' bus='sata'/> <boot order='1'/> <alias name='sata0-0-2'/> <address type='drive' controller='0' bus='0' target='0' unit='2'/> </disk> and than search for the right entry for your NVME controller. Under tools > system devices search for your NVME controller and which bus/slot/function is shown. 41:00.0 in my example: IOMMU group 45: [144d:a804] 41:00.0 Non-Volatile memory controller: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd NVMe SSD Controller SM961/PM961 Now search your xml file for that number (source adress) <source> <address domain='0x0000' bus='0x41' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </source> and add the boot order tag as shown below from my setting. <hostdev mode='subsystem' type='pci' managed='yes'> <driver name='vfio'/> <source> <address domain='0x0000' bus='0x41' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </source> <boot order='1'/> <alias name='hostdev3'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x07' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </hostdev> The bus, slot and function number will be different in your case. Make sure you get the correct one from your listed system devices. If you change the VM settings in the UI you might loose this custom edit. Keep that in mind. Another hint, try to avoid using core 0 and it's HT core for a VM. Unraid will always use this cores for it's own to handle stuff in the background. This can cause some hickups inside the VM if Unraid is doin stuff.
  11. First of all, thanks for the tutorial. I've noticed today that the sensors section is gone for me in netdata. It's the first time this happened since I use that docker. That section was there as default since I can remember using this docker, without doin anything special with adding plugins. I followed your tutorial created all the files, with the changes you mentioned and as soon as I start the container the files become empty. Do I have to change something else? Any idea?
  12. Maybe your system specs and what you already tried to make it work would be a good starting point. Without that people can't really help you.
  13. With "sitting on the cache drive" I mean depending on how the share is setup, the vdisk file is stored on ether the cache, the array or an unassigned device. It only can sit on one underlying source and not mixed/split like file shares. It's a single file. With "Prefer cache" as soon as the cache gets full or reaches the a certain threshold new writes will go directly to the array. BUT this is only true for single files writen to the share, not files writen inside a vdisk file. Let's say your cache has 10GB free and you transfer a file with 20GB to a share, it will be directly written to the array. If let's say you write that file inside the VM to your vdisk, the vdisk get's bigger until the cache drive get's full and the copy process will either pause, abort or the VM will crash completly. There is no way for unraid to transfer a part of the vdisk to the array to keep the cache free for a couple GB. Unraid sees the vdisk as a single file and can't split it like "oh thats some files on that vdisk the user not often use, let's put that on the array and keep the rest on the fast cache". That's not how it works. No it's not. If the vdisk is on an unassigned device or on the array, the writes within that file will directly writen to the underlying storage, where you basically see the raw or close to raw performance of that storage device. Depending on the usecase of a VM you should store the vdisk in most scenarios on the fastest storage possible. Not even starting up the VM benefits from it, also starting programs and working with them heavily see a positive affect of the underlying storage. Setup a VM with a vdisk on the array or a spinning drive and compare the performance with a VM vdisk on a ssd/nvme device and you will see huge huge performance differences in starting/using and working within that VM.
  14. I checked my setup where I never used IE before. The default path for the cache is "C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\". Did you tried the option in the settings to remove the cache and history by closing the IE? There is an extra Option for "allow caches and databases for websites" which is ticked by default. Sry, german UI but it looks like the following: Maybe there are some other places storing logins and cookies.
  15. @Fireball3 I know from Firefox that a stored cookie is enough for the unraid forums to be auto logged in. Have you tried to clean the cache and cookie stuff in IE? Long time ago that I've used the IE to tell you where you can find it.