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  1. That's it! My ovpn file had "redirect-gateway" as an entry but it needed the "def1" part adding to the end. Added that and the latest version is connected straight away. Thank you for taking the time to figure this out and fix it really appreciated!
  2. I can also confirm 100% without changing anything else just rolling back to this version "binhex/arch-delugevpn:2.0.4.dev38_g23a48dd01-2-06" the VPN connected instantly and deluge was started (log attached) @southloven I am on a pro subscription, so not core related delugevpn_log_10102020.txt
  3. Damn sorry, should have checked that new server I picked from the website locations list was actually working on Windows *rookie mistake!* 😢. I've switched to a working one and confirmed it works on Windows where it connects fine. The docker isn't connecting (TLS message has gone now) it sits at the section below for half an hour then tries again and hangs in the same place, I've attached the new log file for this working server). 2020-10-09 17:36:07,569 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: [debug] Waiting for valid local and gateway IP addresses from tunnel... 2020-10-09 17:36:07,571 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: Fri Oct 9 17:36:07 2020 Initialization Sequence Completed 2020-10-09 18:06:46,069 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: Fri Oct 9 18:06:46 2020 [VPN] Inactivity timeout (--ping-restart), restarting I don't know if it will help but I used the console of the delugevpn docker container whilst it is in this state and I can successfully ping google.com, the ip address of the vpn server it is trying to connect to and a local ip address all with returned pings (cut out repeat responses and left statistics): Slick server sh-5.0# ping 146.185.17.165 PING 146.185.17.165 (146.185.17.165) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from 146.185.17.165: icmp_seq=1 ttl=54 time=13.5 ms --- 146.185.17.165 ping statistics --- 2 packets transmitted, 2 received, 0% packet loss, time 1001ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 13.466/13.472/13.479/0.006 ms Google.com sh-5.0# ping google.com PING google.com (142.250.64.78) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from lga34s30-in-f14.1e100.net (142.250.64.78): icmp_seq=1 ttl=116 time=83.0 ms --- google.com ping statistics --- 5 packets transmitted, 5 received, 0% packet loss, time 8154ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 82.213/84.800/92.661/3.961 ms Local IP sh-5.0# ping 192.168.0.15 PING 192.168.0.15 (192.168.0.15) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from 192.168.0.15: icmp_seq=1 ttl=63 time=188 ms --- 192.168.0.15 ping statistics --- 5 packets transmitted, 5 received, 0% packet loss, time 4002ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 8.746/350.446/991.771/353.807 ms Thanks for your patience with this delugevpn_log_09102020_v3.txt
  4. Thanks for getting back to me so quickly, I've attached a screenshot of my setup, config path on the docker, openvpn folder within it on the network drive view and then the 3 files required within it. These files have been there since February when I last changed my vpn provider, the container has been working great until this week. (I was concerned about the dates being today on the ovpn and credentials files but the docker updates those modified dates when I restart it). To be completely sure before posting this reply I've just wiped out the folder, re-downloaded the .crt, downloaded a different location server ovpn file and I'm now getting the TLS error in the newly attached log. Previously I was only seeing it occasionally but now it is repeating frequently. The TLS error refers to checking your network connection but it must have connectivity as it obtains the IP address of the VPN server in the logs? delugevpn_log_09102020_v2.txt
  5. I'm having similar issues, I don't use PIA but I've not been able to connect for a few days. I can connect using my Windows PC to the same VPN server so I know their server is working. Attached debug log file, hopefully that helps. I also have the credential file warning but believe that is just a message to advise the attributes aren't set to restricted user access *Edit, this log doesn't show the TLS error message shown above but I did see it this morning before making the setting change to debug and uploading here.
  6. Thanks for the advice, the manual didn't say anything about disabling PCIe slot however you made me think to update the bios. That wasn't the issue either, turns out when I thought I'd tested the 1060 graphics card to post the bios, I hadn't and must have got distracted and thought i had... because on flashing the bios update it reset the PCIe start slot to 1, which forced me to move the monitor over and I was greeted by a message telling me to *wait for it* Attach the PCIe power cable for this graphics card DOH!!! Cannot believe it, I've spent ages this past weekend trying to sort it out and it was just a missed cable. And now because I've updated the bios I'm running into a different issue (D3 issue or 127 header type issue) so need to rollback the bios according to everything I can find online. Thanks again for the help, at least I've figured out the initial issue was my own mistake, hopefully when I rollback it'll all just work again
  7. Hi all, I've been successfully using a windows 10 VM passing through an Nvidia 1060 for a while now and last month setup Moonlight and managed to stream via VPN to my phone. I thought I'd treat myself and upgrade to an NVME drive, instead of running the VM image from the array mechanical drive to a dedicated nvme unassigned device. However since I've installed the nvme drive and moved the image over I can no longer boot the VM I had setup. I thought maybe i'd broken something, so I setup a new basic Windows 10 VM but when switching to the 1060 it refuses to boot, if I switch either back to VNC they boot instantly. Considered it could be a Windows 10 issue, so tried installing the Linux PopOS Nvidia edition but again as soon as I switch to the 1060 the VM refuses to boot. I had a similar issue when I didn't have a monitor connected, so I bought the 4k dummy adapter and it solved the issue but now I've tried with the dummy adapter and an actual monitor but neither solve the issue. The 1060 is in it's own IOMMU group: IOMMU group 16:[10de:1c03] 0a:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GP106 [GeForce GTX 1060 6GB] (rev a1) [10de:10f1] 0a:00.1 Audio device: NVIDIA Corporation GP106 High Definition Audio Controller (rev a1) Diagnostics attached just after I start the main VM I've had running for a while. Slot 1 is the 1060 - Pass a bios for this to the VM Slot 3 is a 1030 and that is set as the boot PCIE graphics adapter I switched the boot PCIE to make sure the graphics card was working and it displayed the bios correctly, so i switched it back. Pretty stuck now, if someone could take a look and provide some assistance. Cheers,
  8. I had it running on a motherboard with integrated graphics. Moved to the new motherboard where it was the only gpu and it didn't work. Followed all the guides and nothing. Used an AMD card in another slot and it then worked straight away again. So I gave up and got the cheap 1030 when it was on offer.
  9. Sorry I didn't see this question until now. I don't have any usage figures, would need a Watt measurer and I don't have one.
  10. Hey, unfortunately not. I ended up buying a low profile GT 1030 from amazon warehouse on black friday. Set that up as the primary gpu in the bios and then as soon as I did that the 1060 worked straight away no problem.
  11. Thought I'd come back and report that after initial setup and tweaking reboots for moving old drives in and out of the array. I have had the system running flawlessly for 25 days without zen states or any c state changes at all
  12. Think I've done this right for you: Without the VM running at all Every 2.0s: grep "cpu MHz" /proc/cpuinfo WHS: Fri Apr 27 00:52:10 2018 cpu MHz : 3516.097 cpu MHz : 2508.884 cpu MHz : 1447.773 cpu MHz : 1468.260 cpu MHz : 1450.296 cpu MHz : 1466.493 cpu MHz : 1666.737 cpu MHz : 1494.144 cpu MHz : 1568.931 cpu MHz : 1519.146 cpu MHz : 2162.905 cpu MHz : 2554.976 With VM running prime Every 2.0s: grep "cpu MHz" /proc/cpuinfo WHS: Fri Apr 27 00:54:09 2018 cpu MHz : 1968.570 cpu MHz : 1967.582 cpu MHz : 3784.486 cpu MHz : 3784.531 cpu MHz : 1825.635 cpu MHz : 2003.018 cpu MHz : 3721.696 cpu MHz : 3721.190 cpu MHz : 3310.675 cpu MHz : 1988.240 cpu MHz : 3754.720 cpu MHz : 3754.790 VM cores/threads in bold. I only have the 2600 which is base frequency 3400 and turbo 3900 but it appears to be hitting that, I couldn't get a copy of it as it is bouncing around the top range but it is hitting 3800+ at times. Managed to get the 1060 passed through but not had chance to test it with any games or anything yet. Just glad I've got it working now, might try dumping the bios and moving to the one card over the weekend.
  13. I can't find that spare graphics card so currently stuck on VNC until I can order a 1030. @david279 The good news is, I've tested the VM with Prime 95 for a little while and it played nice with 3 cores and 6 threads + 8gb ram for the VM. See attached screenshots. Glad I bit the bullet and upgraded, it is rapid now compared to the now ancient Sempron I'd been using. I have no real use case for giving the VM more cores but if anyone needs me to test anything with my setup, let me know and I'll try my best to run it if I can.
  14. Ok, so setup and working fine so far for simple unraid usage with dockers sabz, sickrage, kodi headless, mariadb, delugevpn and OpenVPN all running for over an hour. I haven't tried plex yet though. For information so far I haven't changed any C states options in the bios (default is auto) and I've note enabled zenstates (which is being advised by Fix Common Problems plugin. The only issue I've had so far is I can't get the VM to boot if I passthrough the 1060 with a vbios (edited with hex editor as per the spaceinvaderone videos). I'll add a second GPU tomorrow and try again. It is a Windows 10 VM which is working via VNC on 3 cores as 6 threads. I'll leave it going overnight with a few things open (calculator, explorer, edge with a few tabs etc) to see if it crashes. Then download prime tomorrow night and see if hammering it will cause any issues. So far though it is looking good!
  15. Thanks helldiver, I've bit the bullet and ordered the parts for delivery tomorrow then. Will provide an update of how I get on once it's all up and running, so others planning it will have something to go on.