- Jan 7, 2017
Made no difference. GT630 can only booted once, the Quadro can be booted everytime.all info I have found on the internet, is to use to romfile option for this bug.
also, Maybe try to change pci slot ?
Sure:can you post your vm config file ?
balloon: 0 bootdisk: virtio0 cores: 4 cpu: host hostpci0: 04:00,pcie=1,x-vga=on,romfile=/tmp/gt630.rom hotplug: disk,network,usb ide2: none,media=cdrom machine: q35 memory: 8192 name: w10-test01 net0: virtio=0A:C9:E0:EE:94:56,bridge=vmbr0 numa: 0 ostype: win10 scsihw: virtio-scsi-pci smbios1: uuid=b9c0680a-6068-4bba-bf9e-571d8f76cd3a sockets: 1 usb0: host=1-1.3 usb1: host=3-4 virtio0: local-lvm:vm-200-disk-1,size=32G
I'll rebuild my VMs as I have another W10 one from the same template and inside it the I/O is around 75-90% and the system feels snappier. It still very high for a fresh system, but better.
Update: With sata the disk usage is 0-25%, constantly 0 on an idle system. With virtio its 100%. WTF? Any idea? Does anybody else experiences the same?
Man, this did the trick!I have found some post saying to pass to grub kernel options:
This kernel parameter + romfile is the magic combo!
Maybe it'd be best if you'd update the wiki with this info. It might save some souls that want to use a headless host with graphical VM.
Note: with this option the host loses the screen as soon as the kernel loads.