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  1. So I can pass the Quadro 2000 to *a* VM on my UNRAID box would be the only option due to its age. Thanks for the quick response @ich777!
  2. Hello, I've read your troubleshooting section. I do not have any device bound to VFIO at boot. [10de:0dd8] 03:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GF106GL [Quadro 2000] (rev a1) [10de:0be9] 03:00.1 Audio device: NVIDIA Corporation GF106 High Definition Audio Controller (rev a1) NVRM: The NVIDIA Quadro 2000 GPU installed in this system is supported through the NVIDIA 390.xx Legacy drivers. Apr 18 22:05:45 Tower kernel: NVRM: Please visit http://www.nvidia.com/object/unix.html for more information. Apr 18 22:05:45 Tower kernel: NVRM: The 465.19.01 NVIDIA driver will ignore this GPU. So I downloaded the file NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-390.141.run from NVIDIA's website I extracted it and put the contents in a directory that I can access from the root shell. Running nvidia-installer shows me the error message Unable to find the development tool `cc` in your path; please make sure that you have the package 'gcc' installed. If gcc is installed on your system, then please check that `cc` is in your PATH. I thought about just copying/overwriting the existing files in the /usr/bin/nvidia with the files extracted from the 390.141 archive ...but I don't see any way of telling the NVIDIA plugin not to 'upgrade' the 390 version to one of the recent versions listed in your plugin if I did that crazy idea.
  3. Changed Status to Open Changed Priority to Minor
  4. I ran 6.8.3 with never any problem for over a year. After the upgrade to 6.9.0 that went very smoothly it ran for at least a day without issues. For the past two nights the system was online but sometime overnight when I come back in the morning I return to a system that is either "powered off" (no sound or anything) or the screen become black, no reaction on keyboard presses and can ping but no responses on the network by http, telnet or ssh I left a monitor, USB keyboard and mouse plugged to the server but this morning it appeared to be off again. statement: 1) its plugged into a UPS for reliable power. 2) no other unit in the house has had any power related event for the entire week. 3) unit boots after I push the power button. 4) manually set static IP responds to ping but not to http, ssh or telnet. 5) only way to restore it is to hard power the unit off and cold boot it. system info: DELL PRECISION T5600 BIOS: A19 (latest release - Aug 2019) CPU: Dual xeon RAM: 112 GB GPU: NVIDIA Quadro P2000
  5. I have a very similar crash... 6.8.3 never any problem. upgrade to 6.9.0 but overnight I come back to a system that is either "off" or The screen become black, no reaction on keyboard presses and can ping but no responses on the network by http, telnet or ssh
  6. I argued that I cannot pick *JUST* one thing I like most about Unraid. So I will say besides how easy it is to add different sized hard drives. The thing I like most about Unraid is the great Docker APPS.
  7. Hi whipdancer, beernut and other people in Houston. I'm building a new Unraid server. I'm pretty familiar with building home PC, virtualization platforms, and enterprise server hardware but thought this would be a cool experiment that I may fall in love with once it is up and running. Plus the idea of replacing my PLEX server running on a 9 year old desktop PC, having a #h!t load of space to upgrade my PLEX with 1080p content to a PLEX with 1080p & 4K content plus the ability to learn Docker, and other things Unraid would make possible. Installing Unraid 6.8.0 rc7 was easy... First off here are the stats: Precision T5500 running 2 Xeon E5-2620 (6 core / 12 threads) 112 GB DDR3 EEC PARITY - a 12TB Easystore drive that I plan on shucking (Black Friday deal) DATA drives: a 4TB that holds all of my PLEX content. a 4TB WD RED (started giving me errors so unless I can warranty repair it I'll drop it) a 8TB Easystore drive that I plan on shucking (Black Friday deal) I was thinking of using a 128GB M.2 SSD and a M.2 SSD to PCIE 3.0 X16 Expansion Card as my CACHE drive. Then I realize that my T5500 only has space for 4 HD. (Up to three 3.5-inch SATA hard drives and a 4th in the 5.25-inch drive bay) How do I connect more drives? How have you expanded your Unraid beyond the capacity without going into rackmount server or equipment? I've seen someone mention building a 8 bay DAS box but before I go that way I wanted to speak with local Houston people. https://www.ebay.com/itm/8-Bay-Trayless-Hard-Drive-300-Watt-Enclosure-With-2-SCSI-Cut-Outs/233385173034?hash=item3656d7202a:g:P7cAAOSwOvhax5xd and a... DELL LSI COMPLIANT 9201-16E 6GBPS QUAD PORT SAS HBA CARD