@olivierlambert Thanks, I tried running fstrim but it returned "the discard operation is not supported" on this NFS SR mount. I also tried running on SSD mounts which do support TRIM and they all returned the same message about "discard...not supported."
The VM OS (CentOS 7.8) does support TRIM in kernel so not sure if xcp-ng or xenserver is the reason why the VM can't issue fstrim on the NFS SR mount or the SSD SR mounts.
Thank you for explaining your plans. I am very eager to see the new XO 6! Perhaps a Christmas present for all of us?
I just realised I have one more "peeve" with XOA. That is the console view which does not work well with Swedish keyboard layout. For example pressing Alt-Gr+2 to get at-sign '@' doesn't work. It also crashes the keyboard input so it doesn't release the alt-key. This always works correctly in XCP-ng center. The problem is in both Linux and Windows guests.
So far, I noticed this problem for three VMs. Each time I am trying to perform a backup with zstd compression through XO, the backup is marked as successful, but output XVA file is damaged (incomplete). The backup works fine for all other VMs, and I cannot pinpoint what is special about these faulty VMs.
After installing the drivers I do see the device in the OS! Unfortunately, I do not believe using an Nvidia GPU like the Quadro P400 is possible with standard Nvidia drivers. I am getting error code 43 as I now read so many others are...
I removed my pci device from the vm using the following command:
Hi, I add the same thing last week. Yes it was a driver issue that got through Windows Update. I actually download the latest driver from Citrix and it solved my issue, I also de-activate the Windows update tools. I didn't try to inject the drivers, I restore a backup from the night before.