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  1. I'm passing though : GPU, nVme drive controller and usb controller (Fresco Logic FL1100 USB 3.0 Host Controller). And I'm only using the ports on the Fresco card... do I still need mapping and USB patches ? Thanks ! I'll try what you suggest and I'll report back.
  2. Well... I spoke too soon. The KP as I wake macOS are back. Every time now. And this is the report I get : mp_kdp_enter() timed-out on cpu 0, NMI-ing mp_kdp_enter() NMI pending on cpus: 0 1 3 6 7 mp_kdp_enter() timed-out during locked wait after NMI;expected 8 acks but received 4 after 0 loops in 8192004096000 ticks With few variations on CPUs number and count... I tried with isolated CPU's and without, with vti=12, 9 or 14 : same problem. And I really don't get why it worked two days in a row without a single issue (and during that time, the process : macOS sleep / unraid sleep / unraid wake / macOS wake happened at least 8 times (as I was testing it and not believing it was working...) 😭
  3. Sir, you are an absolute Champion. My hero. My saviour. I do not know who your are, or where you're from but you alone make the internet worth to me. This absolute simple advice solved a two year long mystery : the macos sleep / unraid sleep / unraid wake / macos wake -- macos random crash issue Since two days everything works now flawlessly. Before that, I was about seriously considering buying a mac mini... So. THANK YOU.
  4. Nvidia GT 710 / ASUS TUF GAMING X570 / AMD Ryzen 7 2700X - MacPro6,1 Everything is passed trough : GPU, 4 Cores, USB controller, and Nvme SSD Controller. And I use hibernatemode 25, which is the most stable but also leeds to a crash enventually. When you say "it's too much to handle", I have the exact same opinion but I'm stubborn and I'm wondering two thing : - is it working for someone ? - how to investigate properly the issue ? (because I have no clue)
  5. Just a quick question : do you also put your Unraid to sleep while your VM is also at sleep ? Because that's the one (main) thing I can't solve on my system : Putting macOS to sleep, unraid to sleep, waking up Unraid, then waiking up macOS without it crashing after a few minutes... If I don't put Unraid to sleep, then the sleep function (pmset 25) of my macOS works just fine. And because the crash after waking up macOS occurs randomly (it can work for for many minutes or crash instantly) I do not know how to begin to search for the problem.. (on the Unraid side or on the VM side...). And should it even work ? (putting the server and the vm to sleep at the same time).
  6. Yes it's passed through. And its a SAMSUNG 980PRO. <hostdev mode='subsystem' type='pci' managed='yes'> <driver name='vfio'/> <source> <address domain='0x0000' bus='0x04' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </source> <alias name='hostdev0'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x04' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </hostdev> I read that the Samsung controller where tricky and not advised on a Hackintosh. But I found no specific info/comment on this one ("Elpis" controller).
  7. Unfortunatly, it does not... I should see close to double the speed... But it's not a real problem so It's quite low in my "solve the thing" list. 😑
  8. I simply use the "Virtual Machine Wake On Lan" plugin. 🙂
  9. So, I just installed Big Sur 11.3 Beta 5 (I think... I lost track). Anyway its build 20E5217a. I wanted to try e1000-82545em again as virtio-net was working fine except when I put the system to sleep : on wake I had lost all network. And so far I do not see the kernel panic I had on previous betas. I haven't done extended testing yet, but so far so good. And I can put my system to sleep again and not lose network on wake. File transfert from the Unraid server file also seems faster.
  10. So. I'm happy to report that I found a solution to my problem. For the record, using NTS shares worked a little better (no instant kp), but it evnetually lead to a kp. The solution was to switch the adaptor to from e1000-82545em to virtio-net. And now everything is smooth. I can do TimeMachine backups and also tranfert a 15GB file in 4min. I knew about vmxnet3 as an alternative to e1000, but I noticed that another VM of mine was using virtio-net.... So I gave it a try and it was such a simple solution that I was mad not having found it earlier. I still could not find relevant infos on the different possible network adaptet... vmxnet3, e1000-.., virtio-net... Does other exist ? Where could I find info about them ?
  11. Does Time Machine backups work on NFS ? If yes, I could live without SMB... But I hate it not to have my VM fully fonctionnal without knowing why. 🙂 Anyhow, thank you for your help and concern. I really appreciate it. I'll report again if I find somthing new. Right now I'm creating a new fresh Big Sur VM and try to work on that.
  12. panic(cpu 3 caller 0xffffff800969a036): [kext.kalloc.512]: element modified after free (off:8, val:0x0000000000000001, sz:512, ptr:0xffffff9352a13400, prot:zero) 8: 0x0000000000000001 32: 0x0000000400000000 360: 0x0000000000000194 368: 0x0000000022477c09 376: 0x0000000000000194 384: 0x0000000022477c09 Backtrace (CPU 3), Frame : Return Address 0xffffffa07d552c40 : 0xffffff8008e8af3d [...] 0xffffffa07d553fa0 : 0xffffff8008e301f6 Kernel Extensions in backtrace:[187ED778-E51A-34B6-81DE-9462540A2F8F]@0xffffff7fa2eaa000->0xffffff7fa2f1ffff dependency:[AE778828-78BF-365E-8C5A-2B5BCBE843DF]@0xffffff800c0a9000->0xffffff800c13afff dependency:[7A3DE42E-FDB4-3B20-A098-EE36FFE425E2]@0xffffff7fa2f25000->0xffffff7fa2f27fff This is the crash report... I read "CPU panic" and ""... My vm uses the 4 last cores (8 HT) and now I'll try with isolating them.
  13. It does not hang anymore. It either passes or crashes. I do not get a transfert hang at 134.2meg followed by a error -8084 like I did on 11.2... I do not think a succesfull transfert log would be useful, right ? I was suspecting my samsung 980PRO nvme drive to be part of the problem as it only occures at speed (when transferring from my 100Mbps Pi, it all goes well). But copying from the unraid server to a USB drive via the VM leads to the same problem. I will tweak around my CPU settings (number and isolation) and see if there is any difference.
  14. Well. I just installed Wireshark and I'm playing with it. I recorded different file transfert from my Pi (100mbps) as from this source, the copy works fine even with a 9GB+ file. And then I recorded file transfert from my Unraid server. Small mp3 file : OK. 500meg .zip : OK. 5Gb ISO : started OK to my surprise, but it suddently crashed (and by crash I mean back to boot screen). Here are the last lines recorded : 16 beeing the unraid server, and 24 beeing my Big Sur VM. So I see nothing in praticular. I'm trying now to search the console for hints, but as I'm quite the beginner in this area, this may take a while ^^