Jeff Savage

Greetings. VMM not working.

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Greeting. I am having trouble getting VMM (Virtual Machine Manager) to work. If it matters, I'm using an AMD Phenom II 965 on a Biostar TA970 mobo with 24 GB of RAM.

 

Using Jun Loader 1.02b and DSM 6.1.4-15217 Update 3. Jun Loader is unmodified, except the Grub.cfg, where "disable_mtrr_trim" was added to make full use of available memory. I tried replacing zimage with the file found at *below* for better AMD support, but it wouldn't connect to the internet. find.synology.com couldn't find it either and my router wasn't leasing an ip to it.

 

 

Error  

Failed to power on the virtual machine Windows 10 due to insufficient memory on the host. 

Possible solutions: 
1. Choose another host. 
2. Decrease the memory size on the virtual machine. 
3. Decrease the number of running virtual machines on the host. 
 

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Not sure why you replaced the zimage. Nowhere in the tutorials I made it is mentioned that the zimage needs replacing. That zimage you took predates (by over a year) the current loader you are using.

 

As for the VMM issue you are experiencing I'll let others chime in as I am not an expert with that package.

 

My advice to you is to start reading the forum FAQs and also search the forum instead of attempting things blindly.

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Yeah im getting the same issue as well, Im using a re-purposed Dell Poweredge R510 dual xeon 5650, 24GB Ram. I get the same message, I also can not delete a VM or edit it. 

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On 12/20/2017 at 12:00 AM, Jeff Savage said:

Greeting. I am having trouble getting VMM (Virtual Machine Manager) to work. If it matters, I'm using an AMD Phenom II 965 on a Biostar TA970 mobo with 24 GB of RAM.

 

Using Jun Loader 1.02b and DSM 6.1.4-15217 Update 3. Jun Loader is unmodified, except the Grub.cfg, where "disable_mtrr_trim" was added to make full use of available memory. I tried replacing zimage with the file found at *below* for better AMD support, but it wouldn't connect to the internet. find.synology.com couldn't find it either and my router wasn't leasing an ip to it.

 

 

Error

Failed to power on the virtual machine Windows 10 due to insufficient memory on the host. 

Possible solutions: 
1. Choose another host. 
2. Decrease the memory size on the virtual machine. 
3. Decrease the number of running virtual machines on the host. 
 

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Memory - Resource Monitor

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Have a look through this post for any hints

Or run ESXi hypervisor on the bare metal and your VMs on that, probably a better use of the hardware resources imho

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Very similar to Centeredki69's post. I don't need VM, just would have been nice. The apps I needed the VM for run just fine in Docker.

 

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