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  1. Just stopping in to say I encountered this issue out of the blue today as well. About to reboot to get back in.
  2. Guess you have to add a lot of drive space for virtual memory or make your VM memory a lot larger than 8GB....
  3. I have a 32GB 5900X system with a RTX 3070 passed through and 8GB for the Windows VM. Things were working fine for a long time but I rebuilt my server and VM and now I'm running into this and it is crashing Fortnite and other games shortly after I start playing them. Can anyone help me figure out why this would possibly be the case?
  4. Did you have any luck figuring this out? I have a RTX 3070 and things were working fine for a long time but I rebuilt my server and VM and now I'm running into this. Grrr....
  5. Cutting through a whole bunch of stuff, I ran into BIOS flickering and other issues recently so I switched from Legacy to UEFI on my tried and true Unraid server. Booted fine, but starting the VM now results in a black screen and filling my logs within seconds with device not ready errors. Had to add video=efifb:off to my boot options to fix that......anyway, everything else seemed fine, but my Windows guest can no longer find and pair with bluetooth devices though everything looks okay. I created another Windows VM from scratch - same thing. I've tried going back to legacy and just dealing with the flickering at boot but that didn't fix this strange issue. Can someone help me find the solution to why Unraid sees the bluetooth adapter just fine and Windows shows the wizards and devices okay, but it won't let me find and add a bluetooth device in the VM? Thanks.
  6. I’ve been at this a long time, but in an attempt to cut down this long thread even a bit I’m going to try to get to the what I have and what I want to see if one of you experts can solve this. Here’s what I have: · Unraid server running 6.10.3 · I350-T4V2 for Unraid (eth0,eth1,eth2,eth3) · Realtek 2.5GB NIC – passed through to VM on GUEST VLAN · 3 VLANS: o MGMT (corresponds to 192.168.20.x/24) o GUEST (corresponds to 192.168.60.x/24) o IOT (corresponds to 192.168.70.x/24) · Unifi switches and APs with non-Unifi firewall Here are my goals: · Maximize security (especially keeping container traffic mostly in GUEST and IOT networks and segregated from management traffic whenever possible), and keep VMs in GUEST network · Single VLAN per interface I originally had eth0 with an address in the 192.168.10.x range, with the MGMT VLAN on it. · Eth1 was unused · Eth2 had no interface IP, but was on VLAN GUEST with an IP assigned to the VLAN interface. · Eth3 had no interface IP, but was on VLAN IOT with an IP assigned to the VLAN interface. That seemed to work well until recently, but I swapped some servers around and though it seems to be set this way my Unraid gui and SSH access is seeing all sort of slowness and drops. I spoke about it here, but I got no response: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/126512-recent-constant-disconnects-and-web-gui-extremely-slow-diagnostics-zip-attached/ As of right now I can ping from Unraid console and get DNS resolution, but it fails to get a response and things like Community Apps fail to populate. I’ve tried dozens of options including moving the MGMT VLAN to eth1, but I’m running into issues ranging from DNS resolution to continued slowness. Also, maybe I’m just being an idiot because I feel like my brain is broken, but with one VLAN per interface I’d think I could set the appropriate native VLANs on my Unifi switch ports with nothing else tagged and it would work, but it doesn’t seem to work unless I set those as tagged ports on those VLANs. I’ve read literally dozens of threads and web pages about this and I can’t see anyone who has clearly addressed this. I was hoping @bonienl@Vr2Io or one of the other gurus here could tell me how I SHOULD have this set up so that my switch ports are tagged or untagged as they should be, my interfaces are set properly, and maybe even if I have to change my interface rules to re-prioritize interfaces as the slow GUI and disconnects makes dealing with the whole setup unbearable. THANK YOU for any assistance.
  7. Also adding that if I ssh, for example, into other devices off those same switches, I get zero reconnects, adding additional fuel to my theory this is an Unraid issue of some sort....
  8. Just wanted to add that I'd seen the DNS hostname error in FCP and I'd fixed that but the problem remains.
  9. I've been happily running Unraid on a couple of servers for about 2 years or so. Love it. Recently I "swapped" my two servers (one "private" and the other more "media server". Both have I350-T4 quad NICs with a VLAN on each interface, so in practice, what this basically meant was disabling/deleting the IOT interface on the media server, moving sensitive data and containers from one to the other, adding an IOT interface on the "new" media server, and firing things up. It all seems to work, but after doing all of this I am having lots of GUI page timeouts and slowness requiring refreshes to see updates and changes, SSH terminal windows and SFTP windows time out in seconds, and the entire SSH session seems to reconnect every 40 seconds or so. It's happening on both servers, and it did not happen before the move 10 days ago. I've tried deleting and rebuilding network.cfg, changing VLAN interfaces between auto and static, changing default gateways and metrics, and I'm just stumped. Unfortunately, I did also update my Unifi switch firmware around the same time period so I can't absolutely rule that out, but changing back to the previous version didn't seem to help. And I can say that my online gaming, Netflix streaming, Channels DVR container streams, etc. seem to play without any major issues so if there are hiccups being encountered there they are brief enough the buffers are handling it. Most games are FPS with low ping times showing so all of this leads me to believe the culprit is something with Unraid. I was hoping someone might see something screwed up - maybe it was all along and wasn't biting me before, or it could be new. I appreciate any help. unraid2-diagnostics-20220727-1036.zip
  10. I started down this path but what's odd is that I got swag and unifi-controller working fine this way, but of course I'm having to go to Previous Apps to have it actually reinstall the containers and it's showing the apps from BEFORE the transfer, even though I'd deleted all that out of the appdata share, rebooted the server, etc. If I manually browse there it shows all the correct container appdata folders I want it to have, but it doesn't reflect that in the server....
  11. That was going to be my next question when I realized at least part of the issue is I didn't move or swap the docker.img files first. I did just complete another backup of each with the plugin, and everything is shut down at the moment, including Docker services. Can just use the appdata backup plugin and just have each restore from the other's backups? Do I have to do any other prep, like delete docker.img and delete existing appdata folders so they don't "merge"?
  12. So I have 2 Unraid servers, one of which (UnraidA) has containers on custom bridges associated with my management and guest networks. The other has an additional bridge associated with my IOT network, and this one (UnraidB) is my media server. I run about 20 containers on each, but the ones that I'd like to secure a bit more, e.g. unifi-controller, vaultwarden, etc. have been on UnraidA, which has an i7-6700. UnraidB has more of the media-server-related containers as you'd expect, but that server is running on an AMD 5900X with a RTX3070 I have passed through to a VM I use mainly for gaming. At times I need to support transcoding and I don't want to run Plex or Jellyfin in the VM, so I can't support it because the 5900X doesn't have an igpu. I realized I really could just "swap" the servers and then Plex or Jellyfin can use the Intel igpu and I can still use the other box for gaming. I took the step of shutting my containers down and making sure I added or removed shares to keep my sensitive information in a similar posture as to what it is now, and that seemed to go okay. I tried copying appdata for a couple of containers (unifi-controller and swag) from UnraidA to UnraidB and installing them using the same options as I'd used before and firing them up as a test, but I'm failing pretty hard here. Both test containers start just fine, but swag reports it successfully retrieved a certificate then a couple of lines later says ERROR: Cert does not exist. It tells me to check the validation credentials in my cloudflare.ini file but this matches the original, I've confirmed. The unifi-controller won't even accept my username and password. So it seems that due to file locks, permissions, or something else these haven't been transferring properly. Any ideas how to fix this or an easier way to move containers between Unraid servers? They have identical network configurations so at least I don't have to deal with that being different. Thanks for any help from the gurus.
  13. Digging up this old post to see if @baccula or somebody else may have an answer to this? I pass through a drive to my VM, but if I've encountered this message before it was so long ago I've forgotten. I added another SSD to my system yesterday - just to use for Windows boot testing and not defined in the array or otherwise used for VM purposes, but now I'm getting messages with the same error: unsupported configuration: source for disk 'hdd' is not a regular file; refusing to generate external snapshot name
  14. Hi, did you ever sort this out? I'm facing the same thing at this time. Can no longer make form changes after my update to 6.10.