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Virtual Machine Manager : on what config is it working ?

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Hello guys.

 

it seems Virtual Machine Manager is not working on several configurations because of "memory issues".

 

On those who are able to run it, could you please detail your config ?

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DSM 6.2-23739 Update 2, HP Microserver Gen8, G1610T and 8GB RAM - works fine. As a VM runs Ubuntu 18.04 with LibreNMS - without any issues.

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In my experience configurations with AMD the VMM not works, but like LolleQ  says on Microserver Gen8 works well (Intel processors).

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Works fine on...

- H87i-plus

- j3455-itx

- Dell optiplex 9010

- ESXi (various boxes - DL360 g7, i7 3770s and 3770k on P8Z77v-pro)

 

The only time I got memory issues was in ESXi and I simply uninstalled and reinstalled Virtual Machine manager..

You can download and uninstall older versions if that's a worry..

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VMM is working on my setup.

 

Loader: Jun v1.04b - DS918 

DSM: 6.2.1 23824

CPU: Intel i7 5820k

Installation Type: Baremetal  GA-X99-UD3

LAN: Internal Intel® GbE LAN

RAM: 32GB

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Windows VM's work fine i7-4770k. 32gb Ripsaw PC-3200 ram, DSM 6.2.1.23824 Update 6

 

Linux VM's do not... I can't get ANY linux based system to run on VMM

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10 часов назад, Bucket сказал:

Linux VM's do not... I can't get ANY linux based system to run on VMM

Ubuntu 14.04&18.04, Fedora 11&28 work's fine. Try to use IDE or VirtIO SCSI mode for vHDD controllers.

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Works fine on my config!

Only after the latest VMM update (2.3.4-9027). Before this Windows would BSOD in a loop upon booting up the VM, Linux also kernel panic'd.

 

I've not tested Linux yet but Windows 10 1809 installs and runs perfectly.

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On 3/13/2019 at 4:25 PM, Bucket said:

Windows VM's work fine i7-4770k. 32gb Ripsaw PC-3200 ram, DSM 6.2.1.23824 Update 6

 

Linux VM's do not... I can't get ANY linux based system to run on VMM

 

Did you try Edit Virtual Machine -> General -> Gear Icon next to CPU(s) -> Advanced Options -> Enabled CPU compatibility mode?

Wasn't able to run CentOS until this was checked.

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Has anyone experienced an issue with VMM, where it displays Guest has not initialized the display (yet)? Using DS3615xs on 6.2.2 on a Dell PowerEdge T410 server with Intel® Xeon® Processor E5503. Same error under 6.2.1. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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On 5/17/2019 at 8:11 AM, skepticwr said:

 

Did you try Edit Virtual Machine -> General -> Gear Icon next to CPU(s) -> Advanced Options -> Enabled CPU compatibility mode?

Wasn't able to run CentOS until this was checked.

 

I was able to get Cent installed with this method. Since I'm finished with my CENT use, I'll be wiping the VM to try others.

Still get the VMGA issues, but hey... If it ends up installing then I don't care as long as it works

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