@kcah427 Thanks for sharing your solution. I end up using a Raspberry Pi as a Socat host and passing the USB Zigbee stick over ethernet to the VM. Not ideal but it works.
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RE: Is NVIDIA Now Allows GeForce GPU Pass-Through For Windows VMs On Linux?
@salemm Were you able to get the Quadro P400 working under Ubuntu? I am running into the same issue with nvidia-smi returns No Device were found and the following in dmesg.
[ 781.392366] NVRM: GPU 0000:00:05.0: RmInitAdapter failed! (0x22:0x56:667) [ 781.392402] NVRM: GPU 0000:00:05.0: rm_init_adapter failed, device minor number 0
Phantom Vif in the Stats tab
On a few of my VMs, I recently noticed there is an extra Vif in the Stats tab that is not defined in the Network tab of the VM. In the screenshot below, Vif1 is not defined.
Only Vif0 is defined.
xe vif-list vm-uuid=856fc68c-8244-cda3-413c-3eac130a541f uuid ( RO) : 100aed9c-e1b2-09a8-9ef1-f0dbd0a83926 vm-uuid ( RO): 856fc68c-8244-cda3-413c-3eac130a541f device ( RO): 0 network-uuid ( RO): 678ba99f-26b2-85b3-16ea-bf4d7680dda4
Has anyone encountered this before and know how to remove the phantom Vif?
It doesn't have any negative impact on the VM, just want the graph to reflect how many Vif are attached.
RE: USB passthrough test reports in 7.5RC1
@ScottyXCPNG Do you mind sharing details on how you attached your Conbee 2 stick? My setup is a vm Ubuntu running deconz in docker. deconz "see" the stick as a raspbee gateway and the channel is set to 0. Hence I cannot pair anything. Clicking on the channel set button doesn't do anything. deconz log show invalid current channel 0 (todo) repeatedly.
RE: Clean up "old version of guest-tools.iso"
@HeMaN - if you're still looking to clean up the old guest-tools.iso, give this a try:
xe vdi-list sr-uuid=<uuid of XCP-ng Tools SR>
This will give you a list of VIDs. Find the one you want to remove and then execute:
xe vdi-forget uuid=<uuid of VID>
Rinse and repeat till all the old guest tools are removed and you won't see them in XOA.