Garani

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  1. I solved the mistery: it's the Q35. If I choose i440f is all goes back to normal.
  2. This is something strange. With 6.3 all was fine and dandy, and the system was running with very low power when idle. Now with 6.4 I have an issue with the QEMU system. Even when the virtual host (a Fedora system) sits in idle, the UNRAID host is consuming a whole core with the QEMU system running at 100% or more. Anyone else noticed this behaviour? (I have an INTEL cpu, just to get Meltdown in the fray)
  3. Which is $4 more expensive then the Home edition and does not allow Peer-to-Peer backup.
  4. None at the moment. And it is a real pain: Crashplan was working like a charm, and now I have to re-start looking for another provider that I can embed in UNRaid... bummer
  5. Never done, but I don't see why not in theory. In practice some testing should be done. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. And you are right: 3com is way better the Realtek, hands down. Thought be careful of "old" hardware:?i had a glitch on a 10/100 3com board that was hard to troubleshoot, until I moved to a newer Intel board. Yeah, Intel boards are quite something
  7. Unless you are segregating your wireless network on that segment (ie: your wan router serves as a wireless AP too). In that case 100mbit will be tight pretty much soon Be careful, you are getting way too close to legacy land
  8. If you write the relative commands in the go file, then yes.
  9. Tonight i'll do a couple of snapshots. Hang on tight
  10. Well, I use the web Vnc console, but it is very sporadic that I use it, since I run Linux boxes on the hypervisor.
  11. Ah! I never used the novnc setting, and certainly not during install: you must have access to the console somehow, unless you are doing a silent headless install, but that's something corporations do to install defined is images that are preconfigured, something we don't do at our level. But the important thing is that you got it to work.
  12. I am sorry, but I didn't quite catch. Your interfaces are up and assigned to the vm? And yes, you are always supposed to use Vnc to install a vm. After you have configured it you can access it via the network with a terminal, Vnc, Xserver or rdp (if windows)
  13. A couple of things changed since 6.0 went live. 1) you do not have to fiddle with PCI, the current web interface does that for you. Do don't do anything there. 2) in the network settings of unraid, did you turn on or off the bridging directive?