Since you are not able to separate the Ethernet Controller into a different group using the ACS override patch does that indicate through the NUC's design that it is perhaps "hard wired" to that grouping?
If you change:
to the specific device you want to be in a different IOMMU Group does that work?
[PCIE] Override missing PCIe ACS support for:
All downstream ports - full ACS capabilties
If your NUC has IOMMU Grouping like mine then you are correct and this would explain why you lose network when passing through the audio:
IOMMU Group 11:
00:1f.0 ISA bridge : Intel Corporation Cannon Point-LP LPC Controller [8086:9d84] (rev 30)
00:1f.3 Audio device...
I have emails that keep showing up in the queue and they are failing because of a connection time out but I do not care about that. I was wondering why these emails keep showing up in the queue even after I delete them using postsuper -d ALL? Plus, I do not currently have any...
Yes, I agree but the only major thing I've done these past few weeks to that particular node is run an Update --> Refresh and Upgrade followed by a Reboot through the Proxmox UI. I did not perform any Rollbacks but I deleted one or two Snapshots and created those first two Snapshots...
Thank you, that fixed it!!! I created the snapshots within the Proxmox UI...nothing special or anything on the backend was done except the "Test1" and "test" snapshots that were created in the CLI but only after I noticed this problem.
Looks like the snapshots are definitely on the ZFS filesystem:
root@proxmox2:~# zfs list rpool/data/vm-110-disk-1 -r -t all
NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT
rpool/data/vm-110-disk-1 1.24T 1.43T 1.24T -...
Yes, for the snapshot I mentioned above it shows: "TASK OK" for one entry and then another entry shows: "TASK ERROR: snapshot name 'Test1' already used" when I attempted to take another snapshot using the same name. "Test1" still does not show up in the Proxmox UI for that particular VM.
On Proxmox (pve-manager/5.4-14/b0e640f7 (running kernel: 4.15.18-28-pve)) my snapshots are not working for one of my VMs. They appear to complete in the Proxmox UI and on the CLI:
root@proxmox2:~# qm snapshot 110 "Test1" --description "This is a test"
Yes, sorry it's Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS. Changing the Display --> Graphic card to: "VMware compatible" worked but none of my other Linux VM's need a "VMware compatible" display. Of course, they are all running on an older Proxmox (pve-manager/5.4-13/aee6f0ec (running kernel: 4.15.18-27-pve)). So I...
Hello everyone! I have a Linux VM running on Proxmox (pve-manager/6.1-8/806edfe1 (running kernel: 5.3.18-3-pve)) and for some reason the console always displays this distortion no matter what I do. This is the only Linux VM on this Proxmox node but the other two Windows 10 consoles work just...