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  1. Windows decided to reboot last night to install and update and it seems to have went fine as everything was back up this morning so I'm hopeful that the ConnectX-2 was the issue. I have no idea why it would have been an issue though.
  2. You should set up Plex to transcode to the RAM as it's much faster than even an SSD and doesn't wear out your SSD if you're using one.
  3. You're using your RAM as the temp transcoding directory right?
  4. It's a Samsung MZ6ER400HAGL SSD. Any idea what that message means? I started a test through the CLI to see if it will clear up. MZ6ER400HAGL_003_S18PNWAGB02383_35002538475b1b710-20210415-1633.txt
  5. That device is a Mellanox ConnectX-2. I have a ConnectX-3 as well that's not being used so I swapped them out. I also installed a USB3 card to test hot swap. I still have my fingers crossed I'll get this figured out but I'm getting burnt out on it.
  6. Okay, thanks! I'm still trying to figure out why restarting/shutting down a VM with a 1050 Ti passed through will cause unRAID to crash sometimes so I'm doing everything I can to try and fix it.
  7. @Squid Do you have a link to the virtio guest tools install or are you talking about the guest-agent directory on the ISO? (quemu-ga-x86_64.msi)?
  8. Yeah I can't really replace the card as there's no 8-pin/6-pin supplemental power option in the Supermicro CSE-846 which is why I used the Inno3D card as it doesn't require supplemental power and no other company makes a single slot 1050 Ti. Finding another card really isn't an option right now with the global GPU shortage either. Inno3D is a huge company though and has been around since the 90's. I remember using their GPU's back when Packard Bell was still around. https://www.inno3d.com/static.php?refid=1 I have IPMI on the server so I can view the console and
  9. I give up as I have no idea what to try. UnRAID is just going to be my NAS from now on and I'll just keep a gaming/work PC around as having the entire server crash when simply shutting down or rebooting a VM is unacceptable.
  10. I decided just to buy a couple of 400GB Samsun SM1625 SAS2 SSD's as they're only $90 and given their insane write endurance will last me for many, many, many years to come. I'd be spending $70 on a spare HBA anyway to try and flash (probably failing) so I decided just to buy drives that will work without having to flash the HBA
  11. Do I still have to pass the vBIOS to the VM? I've been having issues with GPU pass-through and a 1050 Ti where restarting/shutting down a VM will kill the entire unRAID server requiring a restart and parity rebuild. With 14TB drives that very frustrating. I want to try with this new feature to see what happens as I'd love to have a stable VM with GPU pass-through. ETA: It appears you can leave off the vBIOS if you switch to VNC, start the VM, stop the VM, and then switch to GPU w/o specifying the vBIOS ROM. I just got a black screen if I didn't sta
  12. So I take it I'm the only one having this problem? Since disabling GPU passthrough I've restarted the VM multiple times as well as shut it down with no issues so I have no idea what the problem is. The ROM file came from my GPU using the SpaceInvaderOne script so I'm hoping that's not the problem. I've tried the TechPowerUp one for my card as well.
  13. The Art of the Server guy says he won't and that unRAID should get it fixed in their distro as it's been fixed in Linux for a long time now.