[vbox-dev] BUILD from SVN issue
mikhail.sennikovsky at oracle.com
Mon Dec 10 06:23:59 PST 2012
Could you please try the latest OSE trunk to see if the issues are fixed
I was unable to reproduce your issues with the resent fixes we've made.
On 10.12.2012 18:05, mikhail sennikovsky wrote:
> Hi Perry,
> Just post me the logs by mail if that's OK for you.. Nothing special
> is needed so far.
> Were your VMs just powered on & booted, or restored from a saved state
> (having booted guest OS using 3D)?
> Also, did you update GAs, or just updating host installation revealed
> this issue? (I assume the latter, but asking just in case).
> On 10.12.2012 17:37, Perry Halbert wrote:
>> Hi Mikhail,
>> Guests used to test with were Fedora-18 (64), Mint-14 (32 & 64),
>> Ubuntu-12.10(64), & openSUSE-12.2 (64)
>> I will need to install the latest VBox again and then run the guest
>> to produce the abort and generate a log. Where would you like the
>> logs to be sent? Anything special you would like for me to use to
>> generate a better log?
>> On 12/10/2012 05:29 AM, mikhail sennikovsky wrote:
>>> Thanks for the report, Perry. Could you specify which guest OSes do
>>> you use and post me VM log files.
>>> On 07.12.2012 19:39, Perry Halbert wrote:
>>>> Upgrading from r-44036 to r-44059 causes guest to abort.
>>>> Linux host and Linux guest 3D acceleration seems to be broken.
>>>> Guest starts but shortly after throws an warning (shown in log file
>>>> only) and guest aborts. (tested in three different guest)
>>>> 00:01:33.171988 OpenGL Warning: Assertion failed:
>>>> cp->buffer->refCount && cp->buffer->refCount < UINT32_MAX/2, file
>>>> /trunk/src/VBox/GuestHost/OpenGL/state_tracker/state_client.c, line 646
>>>> Reverting back to r-44036 fixes issue.
>>>> PS: I did update the GAs but had to disable 3D in guest settings
>>>> then turning it back on with no difference.
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