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  1. Just an update: I'm on RC7, and everything still is working well. Server logs still produce the same results even after multiple reboots, so everything's looking great. Thanks!
  2. I just booted up RC6, and I'm happy to report the card is working correctly now: Nov 16 02:04:13 kernel: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4: Reserved 92MB host memory for HMA Nov 16 02:04:13 kernel: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4: Successfully enabled ppod edram feature Nov 16 02:04:13 kernel: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4: Successfully configured using Firmware Configuration File "Firmware Default", version 0x0, computed checksum 0x0 Nov 16 02:04:13 kernel: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4: max_ordird_qp 21 max_ird_adapter 5376 Nov 16 02:04:13 kernel: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4: ppod edram start 0x0 end 0x0 size 0x1 Nov 16 02:04:1
  3. Correct. At the grub menu, press the Tab button to enable editing, and add nomodeset as an additional argument at the end of the linux line and press return to boot. Once unraid is up, be sure to go into the flash drive and edit those lines in your grub.cfg permanently.
  4. I'm not sure if you've done this yet, but have you added 'nomodeset' to the grub boot options yet? Most EPYC server boards have an aspeed bmc chip (mine is the ast2500) which interfered on boot. My unraid setup didn't boot until I added that in my grub configs.
  5. As you suggested I tried memtest in Legacy mode and it did work. I'll mark this as solved. thanks.
  6. I'm using a Gigabyte MZ32-AR0, and I upgraded from the stable build (6.7.2).
  7. Memtest reboots my server the second I select it in grub, but I'm assuming it's because I'm running a new EPYC 7002 build. I am able to run windows memory diagnostic and passmark's memtest86 fine, so I've used those instead to test my memory.
  8. Sorry. Too eager to move on to the next issue. 😅
  9. Hi, I'm have a Chelsio T6225-OCP nic that is currently experiencing errors when I try to bring it up: Nov 14 02:37:13 kernel: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4: Can't allocate queues, err=6 Nov 14 02:37:46 kernel: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4: Can't allocate queues, err=6 Nov 14 02:38:02 kernel: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4: Can't allocate queues, err=6 Nov 14 02:39:58 kernel: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4: Can't allocate queues, err=6 Nov 14 02:40:10 kernel: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4: Can't allocate queues, err=6 The boot log mentions that the drivers are failing to load: cxgb4 0000:81:00.4:
  10. I'm using an EPYC 7452 on RC5 without issues.
  11. Awesome. I just tried it with the original version and it imports fine. Thanks for the quick turnaround!
  12. Following Mantene's suggestion, I also got it to work tonight by removing the comment at the top and removing any empty lines between the [Interface] and [Peer] entries. Importing the original config untouched ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- # TorGuard WireGuard Config [Interface] PrivateKey = yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ListenPort = 51820 DNS = 1.1.1.1 Address = 10.29.1.55/24 [Peer] PublicKey = xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx AllowedIPs = 0.0.0.0/0 Endpoint = 111.111.111.111:443
  13. To answer your question, no, those fields are not populated during the config file import.