Ticket #11091 (closed defect: obsolete)
Delay when starting a VM with previous state saved
|Reported by:||rflobao||Owned by:|
|Version:||VirtualBox 4.2.0||Keywords:||delay start salved state|
After turning on the computer, the first time I start the VM, it takes a long time to start restoring the machine state. After the first time I start the VM there is no problem. Also do not hesitate problem if I start a VM that does not possess the previous state saved. Viewing the log, it seems that the delay occurs in memory allocation.
00:00:01.575457 SUP: VMMR0EntryEx located at 00000000f9a9f9e0, VMMR0EntryFast at 00000000f9a9f730 and VMMR0EntryInt at 00000000f9a9f720
00:01:31.631232 File system of '/home/rafael/VirtualBox VMs/WinXp/Snapshots' (snapshots) is ext3
00:01:31.631268 File system of '/home/rafael/VirtualBox VMs/WinXp/WinXp.vdi' is ext3
But analyzing the allocated memory, I noticed that only begins to allocate memory after this long delay.
Visually, when I start a VM with previous state saved, open the window and the progress bar remains at 0% for a minute and a half. Soon after the progress bar begins to fill and I see on the monitor system memory allocation starts.