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  1. Debian VM - No Network Detected

    Set the network adapter to be an E1000 rather than virtio in the XML for the VM. So change: <interface type='bridge'> <mac address='xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'/> <source bridge='br0'/> <model type='virtio'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x0x' slot='0x0x' function='0x0'/> </interface> To this: <interface type='bridge'> <mac address='xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'/> <source bridge='br0'/> <model type='e1000-82545em'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x0x' slot='0x0x' function='0x0'/> </interface>
  2. Error on passing Intel Nic to VM

    Post your diagnostics that will probably show your problem. My guess from above error message is that you have more than ONE device in an IOMMU group. You could try ACS Override in VM settings or you could pass through ALL of the devices in the IOMMU group and see if that will let it boot.
  3. Array in compromised state, how to proceed?

    On the Broadcom site they list the following: "Before calling support, please have your serial number(s) handy. SAS/SATA/NVMe Storage Adapters (Host Bus Adapters and MegaRAID/3ware RAID Controllers) North America Tel: 800-633-4545 International Tel: 00-800-5745-6442 Germany Tel:+ 49 (0) 8941 352 0123" I would call them and tell them you want to check if your card is genuine.
  4. Who has a ASROCK EP2C602 with Dual Xeons?

    I don't pass through Video cards to my VMs on my ASRock EP2C602-4L/D16 but the VMs work great for me with everything ELSE I have been able to pass through on it - TV Tuners, USB cards & Sata controllers.
  5. IDE Optical Drive

    Not going to be able to help with that I'm afraid. Sorry.
  6. Out of memory error (log attached)?

    That's what I figured but in case you were using it I thought I would mention it. Next time this happens get the diagnostics before you reboot since you don't have a log from when it happened.
  7. IDE Optical Drive

    Go to Tool tab and click on "System Devices" icon. Find your IDE controller in the list of devices. For instance my 4 port SATA controller looks like this: "[8086:1d6b] 06:00.0 Serial Attached SCSI controller: Intel Corporation C602 chipset 4-Port SATA Storage Control Unit (rev 06)" Make note of the characters between the "[]" - for my 4 port SATA above it is "8086:1d6b" Go to the Main tab and click on the "flash" hyper link Find the label for the normal boot you use. I use "label unRAID OS" rather then the GUI boot for instance. Find the "append initrd=/bzroot" line Insert the "vfio-pci.ids=" line for your controller. For my 4 port SATA controller I inserted "vfio-pci.ids=8086:1d6b" so that after editing it looked like this: "append vfio-pci.ids=8086:1d6b initrd=/bzroot" Now reboot your unRAID server. When you can get to the unRAID GUI again edit your VM. You should see your IDE controller listed in the list. For my 4 port SATA controller it was listed like this: "Intel C602 chipset 4-Port SATA Storage Control Unit | Serial Attached SCSI controller (06:00.0)" Then just check the box next to it. Boot your VM. It should boot up with the IDE controller passed through if you don't have other problems. Now just setup the drivers for it in your VM if needed. You might see in step 2 above that there are more then one device listed under the same IOMMU group. If you do you would have to pass those devices too. Or you can try to turn on the ACS Override option in VM settings to see if that splits them apart. The process is the same for other devices. Here is a how I have my append line above with multiple devices for pass through: "append vfio-pci.ids=8086:1d6b,1131:7160,8086:10d3,1912:0014 initrd=/bzroot" You can only pass through the device to a SINGLE VM at a time. So as long as the VM is running you cannot start another VM that has the same device passed through. I've yet to have found a device that would let me share it between VMs but I suppose it is possible. The worst that should happen if you try it is the second VM won't start I believe.
  8. Out of memory error (log attached)?

    Do you have the SageTV docker installed and using Comskip that is also installed in said docker? If so try using the Windows version of comskip and dirmon2 from your windows VM. I had to switch to that on one of my servers as comskip was crashing the docker and causing OOMs for me. Think it was bad recordings as in signal problems that the docker comskip couldn't handle. So far it is working fine. Won't be positive it fixed my problems for a few more weeks since it was a random problem but never took more than 2 months to show up.
  9. Here is how I have my multiple stubs set in syslinux: vfio-pci.ids=8086:1d6b,1131:7160,8086:10d3,1912:0014
  10. Permission problem

    Opps! Thank you for correcting me.
  11. Permission problem

    That is installed when the Community Applications plugin is installed. It is in the same location as the regular New Permissions under the Tools tab.
  12. CPU

    OK from the WIKI: https://wiki.lime-technology.com/Console This should tell you: "grep --color lm /proc/cpuinfo" - tests for 64 bit compatibility; if your CPU supports 64bit mode, then 'lm' will be highlighted in the cpuinfo report
  13. CPU

    Based on description for AMD FX 4300 at newegg: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113287 I would say it is 64bit. It talks about IOMMU and AMD64 so I would suspect that it IS 64bit processor. Sorry don't remember the command offhand but will search for it.
  14. 32-bit VM

    Netroom 3.0 was my favorite (and best - it gave the most free upper memory of all of them) but I also used 386Max, QEMM and MS's EMM386.
  15. IDE Optical Drive

    First is your MB/CPU/Bios capable of pass through? Click on info and see if HVM: Enabled, IOMMU: Enabled show up. If they are then you can pass through the IDE controller. Until you get this to show up you cannot.
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