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  1. A small update: While playing around, I was able to start the ubuntu virtual machine in VNC mode for around 40 seconds, after which the host crashed again. Tried the VMWare Workstation software and it exhibited simillar behaviour. Normally the VM simply shows a black screen but I was able to get it to show the display once. Again, after around 40 seconds, the VM crashed. While the machine shows a black screen or has crashed, I am unable to power the VM's off, but the host software seems to be responding. Other than VM's crashing or causing crashes, the system seems to be stable and I haven't observed anything else that I would call an issue. Any ideas, where to start digging?
  2. Ok, so I was able to get a log file from the system. Downloading the diagnostics still seems to only contain info from one boot cycle (maybe I did something wrong, no idea), but I was able to mirror the log to the USB drive. See the attached file. Please note that the log likely contains multiple boot cycles. syslog
  3. Here is the Diagnostics file EDIT: having looked at the log file myself, it seems that it only contains the data since last boot. Hopefully there is something else in the logs to help, because I can't really download the diagnostics data in the same boot cycle since the whole unraid server is the one that locks up, not the VM. tower-diagnostics-20191203-1818.zip
  4. Hi there. I downloaded unraid with the goal of being able to run two systems from a single computer. My Setup is as follows: Ryzen 3700x MSI X470 Gaming Plus MAXX Patriot Viper 3400 MHz 2x8GB Crucial P1 1TB SSD 2x RX580 GPUs So I downloaded unraid, set up the flash drive, made it bootable and enabled SVM and IOMMU in bios. When I booted in unraid, I formated the SSD and assigned it to the array. Once the array was up and running, I transfered a Windows ISO and tried setting up a W10 VM. However the issue was that when I clicked start VM, the system always got super slow (like slow enough to not register keyboard strokes) and eventually died after a minute or two. There was no sign of the VM having started anywhere either. Because this kept repeating itself, I tried assigning different cores and with and without GPU passthrough, I even tried an Ubuntu VM too, but it's always the same scenario. I also tried disabling c-states, adding rcu_nocbs=0-15 to the kernel and setting idle power to typical in bios. None of this seems to have made any difference. Does anyone have any idea where to start looking for the problem? So far I haven't been able to get a single instance where the system hasn't crashed upon pressing Start on the VM, seemingly no matter the settings/circumstance.