NY152

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  1. It does not work ... For now my current tower has not adapted to the addition of my GTX 970 (which is too long). As soon as I can, I will change my tower to have my 970 and my 2,750ti so I would have no worries
  2. where is this tuto ? ^^ I think unraid developers should configure unraid so that it does not use any video output In case we should access the system, we have SSH, we do not need video.
  3. For backups, it is probably true, for other files, it is to check. You make the right decision by choosing 2 hard drives, you lose in simplicity and space disk but the comfort of play will be better;)
  4. Yes it's work. I think the motherboard selects the first fast GPU encountered and sets aside that Radeon ... Whatever the slot, the Radeon is ommise (it works very well elsewhere) It is chosen only if it is alone in the configuration
  5. You double the access anyway. There is still the problem of the savegame (or any other files created / modified by each machine (example: texture cache etc)). Bad idea
  6. 1) 2 VMs using the same share to access is the games a bad idea. Transfers would be catastrophic (even more so if it's a network share) 2) Corruption of sauvegame data if the game saves in the same directory (the savegrde would be constantly overwritten by the other PC) Conclusion: Use one disk per machine (and when I speak of disk, I arle of 2 real phisic hard disk in the machine to optimize the flows). A game VM turned only 90% of a real machine, it is better not add anything that would still slow down the whole ^^
  7. I tried multiples solutions Actualy : Slot 1 : NVidia GTX 750Ti Slot 2 : NVidia GTX 750Ti Slot 3 : Old Radeon (Poor GPU for prompt of uNRAID) (BIOS is configured to boot on this port)
  8. I am worried that I can not solve. I have 3 graphics cards in my PC and I would like it to use the PCI-E3 port for the prompt. But I choose this port in the BIOS, it always starts on the PCI-E1 port. As the wrong card is still selected, I can not assign my cards to my VMs. How to do ? __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Je suis devant soucis que je n'arrive pas à résoudre. J'ai 3 cartes graphiques dans mon PC et j'aimerais qu'il utilise le port PCI-E3 pour le prompt. Mais j'ai beau choisir ce port dans le BIOS, il démarre toujours sur le port PCI-E1. Comme la mauvaise carte est toujours choisie, je ne peux pas assigner mes cartes à mes VMs. Comment faire ?
  9. Speed ??level? No if other drives are not SSDs.
  10. I have a stupid question: How do I add a VM? ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ J'ai une question bête : Comment ajoute-t-on une VM ?
  11. I give up, the answer is always beside. I already said that the IMG file was not readable by the VM. I would look for my answer elsewhere. Sorry for the inconvenience. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ J'abandonne, la réponse est toujours à côté. J'ai déjà dis que le fichier IMG n'était pas lisible par la VM. Je chercherais ma réponse ailleurs. Désolé pour le dérangement.
  12. Have you tried? It's quite likely it will boot if you add the IMG file as a primary vdisk using sata mode in the VM template. If it does, then you can add a secondary vdisk to install it to, and remove the primary once you are done with the install. I tested it, it does not work. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ J'ai testé, cela ne fonctionne pas. Have you tried? It's quite likely it will boot if you add the IMG file as a primary vdisk using sata mode in the VM template. If it does, then you can add a secondary vdisk to install it to, and remove the primary once you are done with the install. and alternatively use unassigned devices to mount the usb, then use the same method to find the path of the usb as before, paste that into your OS Install ISO section of the vm creator, but with the .img file name/location(if it is in a sub directory) added to the end of the path. or mount the usb, copy the img file over to your isos folder on the server, and it should now appear automatically with any other iso/img/dmg files you have there or temporarily change the default ISO storage path location in the vm manager to your mounted disk drive. I have an error with this method: internal error: process exited while connecting to monitor: 2017-01-14T09:40:14.201569Z qemu-system-x86_64: -drive file=/mnt/disks/General_UDisk-part1,format=raw,if=none,media=cdrom,id=drive-sata0-0-0,readonly=on: Could not refresh total sector count: File too large I thought foolishly that by assigning a USB key to a VM, we could start on it, it would have been too simple. It had to complicate things ... __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ J'ai une erreur avec cette méthode : internal error: process exited while connecting to monitor: 2017-01-14T09:33:12.707314Z qemu-system-x86_64: -drive file=/mnt/disks/General_UDisk-part1,format=raw,if=none,media=cdrom,id=drive-sata0-0-0,readonly=on: Could not refresh total sector count: File too large Je pensais bêtement qu'en assignant une clé USB à une VM, on pouvait démarrer dessus, ça aurait été trop simple. Il fallait compliquer les choses ...
  13. I am not trying to install a VM on a USB key but to use a bootable key to INSTALL a system in VM (the distribution I want to install does not exist in ISO format, only in IMG format (not mountable directly in the VM)) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Je ne cherche pas à installer une VM sur une clé USB mais à utiliser une clé bootable pour INSTALLER un système dans la VM (la distribution que je veux installer n'existe pas en format ISO, seulement au format IMG (non montable directement dans la VM))
  14. Yes that is correct ! In fact, I thought that by adding the key as a USB device, it was enough to make it operational in the VM ... Need to manually add it in XML? If so, thank you for helping me because I do not know how to do this ^^ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Oui c'est correct ! En fait, je pensais qu'en ajoutant la clé en tant que périphérique USB, cela suffisait à la rendre opérationnelle dans la VM ... Il faut l'ajouter manuellement en XML ? Si oui, merci de m'aider car je ne sais pas comment faire cela ^^
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