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  1. I originally assigned 12gb ram per, but was trying different things in attempt to resolve it. I do have all cores assigned though. I attempted to leave 2 cores/threads to Unraid but the VMs were pretty much unusable this way.
  2. Hey guys, I've been using my 2 Gamers 1 CPU build for a while now with fair success. When it's just myself using one VM gaming, all is well for the most part. You can hardly tell the difference vs. bare metal, minus a small decrease in performance. However, when I have both VMs in game, crashes seem to be persistent. Usually between 40-60 percent chance of a crash on one VM or the other. Ive already got a 2nd PC build lined out to build in the coming months with other plans for my Unraid license, but I'm looking to see if there's any quick fixes I could try that may help my stability in the meantime. I'll include a list of my components down below. Intel i7 8700k pinned 50/50 per VM. ASRock Z370 Extreme 4 Mobo 32gb Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro, 12gb in one VM, 16gb in other VM Corsair AX1200 PSU EVGA GTX 1060 6gb SSC EVGA GTX 1080 Ti 2 WD Black Nvme 500gb SSDs 2 Unique USB Cards, each passed through to a VM. Thanks for the help!
  3. Okay, first I booted into GUI mode and changed back to DHCP. Immediately a notification popped up saying to check the cable. I opened another tab and was able to navigate on the internet, so no issue there. Also, changed my flash drive to public so I can make changes to it from another computer. Rebooted into a normal boot, no access to GUI over the network. Accessed flash drive over the network and looked for the config/network.cfg file to find that it was nonexistent on the flash drive. Created a fresh 2nd UNRAID flash drive using the same version, 6.6.5, and copied the file config/network.cfg onto my flash drive over the network. Did a reboot thinking this was the fix, but still no change. I don't understand why everything works fine in GUI mode, but standard boot does not. Once again I really appreciate the advice.
  4. Is there a way to do that from within the GUI, or is it only possible to do it by removing the flash drive and using another computer to modify it? Thanks for the reply, I’ll try that later today.
  5. Just looked through my syslog and I noticed that there are quite a few errors showing up there, but I don't really know what I'm looking at there. Could someone please take a look and see if you have any ideas? I really appreciate the help. Thanks
  6. Here is what I'm getting from CMD: Microsoft Windows [Version 6.3.9600] (c) 2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:\Users\Matt>tracert 192.168.2.10 Tracing route to 192.168.2.10 over a maximum of 30 hops 1 Matt [192.168.2.204] reports: Destination host unreachable. Trace complete. C:\Users\Matt>ping 192.168.2.10 Pinging 192.168.2.10 with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 192.168.2.204: Destination host unreachable. Reply from 192.168.2.204: Destination host unreachable. Reply from 192.168.2.204: Destination host unreachable. Reply from 192.168.2.204: Destination host unreachable. Ping statistics for 192.168.2.10: Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss), C:\Users\Matt> Here is my syslog file: fatalserver-syslog-20181205-1909.zip
  7. Just had this issue myself. Here is the fix that finally worked. Download the first .zip file here: https://github.com/CHEF-KOCH/MSI-utility/releases/tag/2.0 Locate the file under download in Windows File explorer. Copy and Paste the file into Program Files (x86). Right click and run as administrator. Select the needed Nvidia devices and click apply. Restart VM. Also if you'd like to check that it is enabled, download Putty and login to your server using root@yourserver'snamehere. Then run the command lspci -v -s 1:00 and it will show both the video and audio portion of the GPU and whether or not MSI is enabled. If your GPU is not in the top slot, replace the 1:00 in the command with 2:00 etc.
  8. Hey guys, I was following along some Space Invader One Tutorials doing some performance tweaks using various plugins, but after I did a reboot, I could no long access the WEBGUI over the network. So I tried booting with no plugins, and the issue was resolved. So I removed my flash drive, deleted my plugin files from the drive, and tried again with no change. I am able to boot in regular WEBGUI mode and have access but not if I just let it boot normally in Unraid OS. What can I do to get back to before I started installing plugins? Is there a way to install Plugins and ensure they aren't causing issues without just doing trial and error and seeing if it quits working? Is there a way to modify the UNRAID flash device files without removing it from the server? Thanks for the help! Matt Here is my diagnostics file: fatalserver-diagnostics-20181205-1523.zip
  9. Finally got it solved guys. I appreciate the help. Would it be good to apply the MSI fix to all devices listed in the program such as USB controllers, etc.? Or just necessary devices like the graphics cards. Here are the steps I took for reference. Download the first .zip file here: https://github.com/CHEF-KOCH/MSI-utility/releases/tag/2.0 Locate the file under download in Windows File explorer. Copy and Paste the file into Program Files (x86). Right click and run as administrator. Select the needed Nvidia devices and click apply. Restart VM.
  10. Thanks! I apologize, I feel like the solution is right in front of me and I can't figure it out. But here is what I see when open the program. It is not listing any devices. Thanks again for you guys' help.
  11. I'm aware that I need to enable the audio portion of the GPU and I have downloaded the file that is linked in this thread. But I am unfamilar with GitHub or how to run a program from there. Is there a resource of some kind that I can use to understand how to run this program? All I see when I download is a set of files in a folder.
  12. Could you give me a quick explanation of how to work it? I downloaded it but see no option to run a program. Thanks!
  13. New Guy here! Built a new PC a few months ago for the first time in many years, and already decided to swap from a baremetal Windows 10 setup to a dual VM Unraid setup. Admittedly, it was sparked by the 2 gamers 1 CPU video. Here's a rundown of the hardware I'm running before I get into the issues. ASRock Extreme 4 Z370 Motherboard Intel 8700K currently OC'd @ 4.5GHz 3 WD Red 4TB HDDs 2 WD Black M.2 NVME 512GB SSDs 1 EVGA 1080 Ti 11Gb 1 EVGA 1060 6Gb 32Gb Corsair Vengeance 3000MHz RGB PRO Ram Corsair AX1200 Power Supply So being completely new to Linux, I've gotten both GPUs and USB controllers to pass through to their associated VMs and almost everything has gone okay so far. I'm now facing an issue with the Message Signaled Interrupts that I cannot solve for the life of me. I have read through and applied the fix on the Guru3D forum in as many combinations as possible. Currently I have the MSI supported key applied as shown with the value of "1" and it seems to have enabled the MSI Interrupt on the video portion of my graphics card, but I am still struggling to do the same to fix the audio portion. I have also attempted the fix which I found in this thread here using the Putty tool. Also, I'm having problems with loading videos in a browser, and I'm hopeful that this is the same issue. Any help you guys could provide would be very much appreciated. Attached are some screenshots for reference. I have 2 Windows 10 Pro VMs setup and I need to implement the fix for both. So far I have been focusing on my main VM with the 1080 Ti. If there is any information I'm missing or steps I've overlooked, please let me know. Thanks again! Edit: Also just attempted the fix in this thread with no luck. https://www.labsrc.com/unraid-nvidia-gpu-passthrough-fix-qemu/