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  1. Thanks for sharing @mtongnz. Here's my script I guess I'll share as well. This has more special haling built in for 1 GPU/multiple VM configurations to check and shutdown other VMs. In a way I like your simplified approach better but if you need to check for other running VMs you can steal from some of my functions below. Use at your own risk, I'm not a coder and I don't have much bash scripting experience. Hopefully the experts on this forum can give me some feedback on what I can improve, I would really appreciate that! Particularly, I'm calling this script from Home-Assistant and the only way I know how to is via SSH as the root user, would prefer a more secure solution if anybody has any suggestions. Here's the User Script: #!/bin/bash # Script for starting stopping VMs via homeassitant # Takes two arguments, a command (start or stop) and a VM name. # If a start command issued, the script checks for any running VMs and shuts them down as I have a 1 GPU configuration at home # Personally, I have this script run at array start up so it's loaded into RAM and can be called from the tmp folder by HASS, or manually ## Script includes a function to check for empty arguments or empty space and exits for the above reason (User Scripts provides an empty space as the first argument for some reason) comm="$1" vm_given="$2" #List OSX VMs for special handling osx_vm0="MacinaboxHighSierra" function get_vm_names { readarray -t vm_list < <(virsh list --all --name) unset vm_list[-1] } function get_vm_state { state=$(virsh domstate "$1") } # This function is not currently invoked, but can be usedful for debugging function get_vm_info { info=$(virsh dominfo "$1") echo -e "$info \n\n" } function check_vm_name { get_vm_names for vm in "${vm_list[@]}" do if [[ "$vm" = "$vm_given" ]]; then echo "$vm_given is a valid VM name, proceding" return 1 else : fi done echo "$vm_given is not a valid VM name, go home" exit } ## Haven't finished writting this part yet, script will just exit at this point for OSX ## Reason for special handling is OSX doesn't shutdown when asked to by qemu function check_if_OSX { if [[ "$vm_given" == "$osx_vm0" ]] || [[ "$vm_given" == "$osx_vm1" ]] || [[ "$vm_given" == "$osx_vm2" ]]; then echo "VM is one of listed OSX VMs, initiating special handling" exit else return 1 fi } function start_vm { echo "Starting $vm_given" virsh start "$vm_given" } function shut_down_vm { echo -e "Sending Shutdown signal to $vm" virsh shutdown "$vm" get_vm_state "$vm" while [ "$state" != "shut off" ]; do vm_down_poll "$vm" done } function vm_down_poll { get_vm_state "$vm" echo "$vm is still running" sleep 1 } function loop_vms_for_shutdown { for vm in "${vm_list[@]}" do get_vm_state "$vm" if [ "$state" == "shut off" ] then echo -e "$vm is $state" else echo -e "$vm is $state, initiaing shutdown" shut_down_vm "$vm" fi #Leaving this here for de-bugging purposes if needed #get_vm_info "$vm" done } ## Checking if arguments were supplied, otherwise exit (or shuttdown all VMs if the flag is enabled to do so) ## Arguments will be provided by HASS automation (or you can manually invoke this via command line). ## Example of how to call this script from the terminal: /tmp/user.scripts/tmpScripts/00_start_stop_VMs/script start "Ubuntu" if [[ $# -eq 0 ]] || [[ "$1" == "" ]]; then if [[ shutdown_all == "enabled" ]]; then echo "No arguments supplied, shutting down all running VMs"; loop_vms_for_shutdown; else echo "No arguments provided"; fi elif [[ "$1" == "start" ]]; then echo "Starting $2 VM, shutting down other running VMs first" check_vm_name "$2" loop_vms_for_shutdown sleep 5 start_vm elif [[ "$1" == "stop" ]]; then echo "Shutting down $2 VM" check_vm_name "$2" shut_down_vm "$2" else echo "Ok I don't what you're trying to do here, $1 doesn't mean anything to me" fi Here's the switch configured in Home-Assistant (in configuration.yaml). Once it's an entity in HASS there are endless possibilities for adding buttons or starting/stopping VMs via automation. switch: - platform: command_line switches: win10_vm: command_on: "ssh root@10.10.7.7 '/tmp/user.scripts/tmpScripts/00_start_stop_VMs/script start \"Windows 10\"'" command_off: "ssh root@10.10.7.7 '/tmp/user.scripts/tmpScripts/00_start_stop_VMs/script stop \"Windows 10\"'" command_state: "ssh root@10.10.7.7 'if [[ $(virsh domstate \"Windows 10\") == \"shut off\" ]]; then echo 1; else echo 0; fi'"" value_template: '{{ value == "0" }}' friendly_name: Windows 10 VM ubuntu_vm: command_on: "ssh root@10.10.7.7 '/tmp/user.scripts/tmpScripts/00_start_stop_VMs/script start \"Ubuntu\"'" command_off: "ssh root@10.10.7.7 '/tmp/user.scripts/tmpScripts/00_start_stop_VMs/script stop \"Ubuntu\"'" command_state: "ssh root@10.10.7.7 'if [[ $(virsh domstate \"Ubuntu\") == \"shut off\" ]]; then echo 1; else echo 0; fi'" value_template: '{{ value == "0" }}' friendly_name: Ubuntu VM
  2. Can't help with this project but one suggestion is to add tautulli as a custom tab, that's how I quickly check if it's ok to reboot.
  3. Thank you! This fixed not only audio issue but also video playback (video was pausing in sync with audio at least while testing youtube). Still getting weird screen artifacts on the top right of my primary and top left of my secondary monitor, any clue as to what that could be? I've got ryzen 1600x, ASUS Prime B350-PLUS mb, GTX 1060 3GB (only GPU) passed through and running Ubuntu 19.04. In the Ubuntu software updater I've enable use of the nvidia-driver-418 as Nouveau was extremely unstable (although I haven't tested that with MSI enabled). Please let me know if more info would be helpful!
  4. Thank you Mex for creating these icons for the community! My request is simple, as I am a simple man: a potato.
  5. Any chance you could share this script? Currently I just manually force update all of my containers with the "--net=container:nordvpn" parameter whenever the nordvpn container update.
  6. I'm by no means an expert but I've heard a few times 2GB is enough for Plex. I have 16GB total, 12GB for Win VM and I let unRAID OS manage the remaining 4GB between Plex, 5-6 other docker containers and it's own needs. Personally I find this is more than enough for my needs. Just my two cents if you're looking to save a little money on your build, you can always throw in extra sticks of RAM later if you have the slots.
  7. You should also check out the "File Activity" plugin, it shows you a log of file access on your array
  8. Too bad, it's a great starting point for a backup solution!
  9. UK only? I imagine shipping this to Florida wouldn't be cheap.
  10. Great just after I finish the roll back after a lot of anxiety lol. Thank you for posting this! This worked for me on an Asus PRIME B350-PLUS downgrading BIOS from 5204 to 3806. I can pass through my GPU again to Windows 10 VM! I used the link provided in the OP edit and followed the instructions, with the added step of downloading the 5204 & 3806 CAP files from Asus and extracting the body of 3806 into a rom file with UEFITool.exe to put on the flash drive.