It's not really an issue, because with the recommended tuto all works well.
My Windows 10 VM as a dedicated GPU (Radeon PRO WX 3100, PCIe 3.0 8X).
With Q35 and PCIe, LnkSta stuck to 2.5GT/s ( lspci -vv | grep LnkSta) ONLY after shutdown and restart the VM (and GPUZ 8X 1.1)
If I fresh boot the...
I think it will not work because of the C232 chipset.
I have a P10S-I motherboard with this chipst.
Before having a E3-1230V6 (no iGPU) i had a G4600T with integrated HD 630, and lspci had never list the iGPU.
Correction: Wearout is working
In the datasheet:
"The normalized value declines lineary from 100 to 1 as the average erase cycle
count increase from 0 to the maximum rated cycles"
It's just displayed as 0% instead of 100%
@LnxBil: This was because I have a 480Gb and another 960Gb SSD's.
The gaol was to passthrough the 480 for my home server, but this week I reinstalled my PVE and migrated from QCOW2 on LVM volume to LVM-Thin. The 480Gb is now dedicated to VM's OS, and the 960 to VM Data's.
@Toni G: Yes, with HDD...
I use S4500 Intel's SSD.
With the default proxmox's smartmontools package (6.5+svn4324-1), SMART is not correctly reported: Wearout 0%, unknown_attributes, and bad attributes: Power_Loss_Cap_Test displayed as Program_Fail_Count_Chip.
A patch was provided by Intel...
I have configured 2 bridges on my home Proxmox:
All my VMs are connected to VMBR0 on local network (mysql, home server, gaming machine, etc...
VMBR1 is only for testing some things for my job (debug, PDA connexion) with 2 VMs: 1 Windows and 1 Debian
I would like to isolate this...
I have installed Proxmox on top Stretch, because I have a custom disk partitionning.
I added my subscription key and removed the pve-no-subscription repo.
Now, I would downgrade to enterprise repo, but I dont know how to configure apt