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  1. Thanks, I'll try that. You were right in it dropping off... it completely disappeared and took a couple of reboots for it to come back, even though it was showing in the BIOS the whole time. I'll also check out the firmware updates... not too keen on this, as I've just got my VMs working perfectly and that took a fair amount of finding the right firmware lol.
  2. Any particular links or advice you can point me to? I want to ensure it is compatible with Unraid and not break the bank too much
  3. Hi All, I've caught the data bug and can't bring myself to delete my precious terabytes of mostly crap I have on my Unraid array. I've ran out of space in my case and don't yet want to increase the capacity of the drives as they are all fairly new and I only have space for 6 - so its about time I increase anyways! I'm looking for a solution where I can have another unit next to my server to expand my drive capacity. I was looking at IcyBox (potentially this: but from wh
  4. This is amazing, its exactly what I needed. Before you ask, not the dog... the move command lol. I've stuck it in a user script to run when the array first starts - which should do the trick! Little b&%$%d occasionally hits the reset button with a claw as well... so I'll disable that
  5. Hi Everyone, I've done some searching already on this topic and can't find a solution that works for me, so I'm hoping I'm missing something really easy. I need to disable the 'off' command when the power button is pressed on my machine. I have a cat that likes to sleep on it and despite placing a cover etc... he still manages to turn the bloody thing off! lol I can't just unplug the button from the motherboard as I still want the ability to 'turn it on' the reason why is I have the Navi 10 reset problem and use a script to reset the card, which places my machine in stand
  6. I have the same issue currently. Did you manage to find a solution for this?
  7. Hi @SpaceInvaderOne! Yes I did update the BIOS, but it was pretty unstable before. I have a Aurus X570 Xtreme with a Ryzen 3950X. I have however managed to get a step further... I have booted my server in Legacy mode and now the passthrough is working. However even after a smooth shutdown and no 127 (Reset bug error) I get a black screen on reboot. I seem to have to reboot the whole server to get it to work again, even with your standby script. I have also tried removing the VBIOS from the passthrough and trying that... which caused a log issue and then cor
  8. @bastl, Thanks for your advice... I have made the changes, but still not getting an output on the screen: I do however see this in the VM logs... not sure if that helps? -chardev pty,id=charserial0 \ -device isa-serial,chardev=charserial0,id=serial0 \ -chardev socket,id=charchannel0,fd=40,server,nowait \ -device virtserialport,bus=virtio-serial0.0,nr=1,chardev=charchannel0,id=channel0,name=org.qemu.guest_agent.0 \ -device usb-tablet,id=input0,bus=usb.0,port=2 \ -device vfio-pci,host=0000:0f:00.0,id=hostdev0,bus=pci.9,multifunction=on,addr=0x0,romfile=/mnt/user/domains/RO
  9. Hi All, I have previously managed to pass-through my RX5700XT with success, but weirdly after losing a VM (Long Story) I tried to recreate it and now I'm stuck! I've followed the guides and read various articles and topics on here... but really not sure whats going on. I have tried running without the vbios and nothing happens on the output screen. When I try to use the vbios from techpowerup I get LOTS of errors like this as soon as I start the VM... these continue to the point where the server log fills: 2020-04-29T20:25:33.942057Z qemu-system-x86_64: vfio_region_write(000
  10. Hey - Did anyone get a solution for this? I seem to be experiencing the exact same behaviour. I've completely remove the directory and plg files from the flash drive.
  11. Hi, I did do this a few weeks ago, as I suspected a memory error. I left it running all night and no issues... Anything else? Thanks, Steve
  12. Hi, Thanks for the advice. I changed the CPU Power setting as advised in the post to typical. I also removed XMP Profile on the RAM... everything looked to be better for the last few days, however I've checked today and see more errors that occurred this morning - when nothing was happening: I've also re-uploaded my diagnostics file. Hoping you can help put this to bed for me. Thanks, Steve
  13. Hi, Hoping you all can help, as I have an infuriating issue which keeps occurring. Mainly it seems to be caused by the Plex docker not stopping, but has also occurred on SabNZB. It happens overnight when the CA Backup/Restore stops the dockers to back them up... When stopping Plex it gets stuck on 'Syncing Disks' and never exits... even after leaving for hours. This also happens sometimes when I try to stop/restart from the UI, so isn't just limited to the overnight Backup. On coming back to my PC this morning, I'm also seeing that many of the core
  14. Ah ok, so you can't run with RAM overclocked? I have enabled an XMP profile on my RAM as I didn't think this would be a problem. I think I will move everything off of it and then reformat etc... Will keep you updated. Thanks, Steve
  15. Hi All, Up until I have self-served with the great content on these forums, however I haven't found the answer for this issue! I have suddenly found that my cache drive is read-only. This was reported by 'Fix Common Problems' and I also noticed I wasn't able to delete some of my dockers etc... which resided on the cache. My cache drives consist of 2 1TB NVMe drives in Raid 1 they are formatted as BTRFS. I tried to scrub the main drive in the pool to correct any errors but it always auto-aborts about 5 seconds in. I had a look at the disk logs for the cache and can se