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VM very laggy

Postby noxius » Sat May 16, 2020 12:44 am

Hi! I have installed win 10 (x64) On my Asustor 6302t with 8gb ram... Problem is, That win 10 is very laggy.. I have installed guest additions already.... I have reserved 4gb ram to Vm 128 mb video ... also tried all variations of virtualization options, but no luck...

Anyone an idea what to do...

Thanks
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Re: VM very laggy

Postby sksbir » Sat May 16, 2020 9:47 pm

hi
windows 10 is too heavy for a NAS, and a VM in NAS is not intended to be used has desktop computer.

fedora server is running well background dedicated services on my AS5200T with 8Gb ram, but even here, I can notice that some tasks are far more faster on my laptop with fedora kde than on VM. eg: system updates.
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Re: VM very laggy

Postby noxius » Sun May 17, 2020 1:50 am

Thanks for advice... since I need a windows ecosystem for tests (use only Mac) I thinking installing another windows ? Any advice ? Wind 8?

Thanks
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Re: VM very laggy

Postby sksbir » Sun May 17, 2020 3:27 am

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Re: VM very laggy

Postby noxius » Sun May 17, 2020 6:08 am

Thanks, I know that, but I’m looking explicitly for a way to use it with nas and remotely... (when I’m on my way I can access my windows through Remote Desktop etc...)

I mean Asustor has a extra site on Their Homepage about virtualization and then it’s laggy as hell and can t by used in any way... I’m not expecting to do heavy stuff via vm but we can expect to use windows normally on vm...

I guess that’s more marketing then usability:/
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Re: VM very laggy

Postby sksbir » Tue May 19, 2020 8:10 am

your nas is equipped with dual-core Intel Celeron and physical disks ... you were hoping to get the performance of an i5 core and an ssd?

try to reserve 7Gb Ram for your VM

start vpn server on your nas, and a vpn client on your mobile device phone or laptop.
once connected, you can act on your local network just has if you are at home.
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