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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #11979, comment 24


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08/21/13 12:13:38 (8 months ago)
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  • Ticket #11979, comment 24

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    55- Host: Win7 Prof SP1 32 bits running on a Dell laptop E6510 with 2 Core i7 
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    7 Things used to run fine until an upgrade to VBox 4.2.6.10, and the pb seems to get worse after each new update (currently using VBox 4.2.6.16). 
     7Things used to run fine until an upgrade to VBox 4.2.10, and the pb seems to get worse after each new update (currently using VBox 4.2.16). 
    88 
    99I tried to reduce the nb of processors, to remove support of unused peripherals, to increase/decrease the memory but not way. 
     
    1111A few things I have observed: 
    1212- I use other VMs that run OK, but they are all 32 bits old OSes (WinXP or RedHat) 
    13 - With the 64bits OpenSuse VM, the reboots are more frequent if the guest is heavily used 
    14   (for example: running a parallel build on the guest while the host VM is launched will almost always reboot the system). 
    15 - It also seems to me that they are more reboots when the guest machine is hot, and I wonder if the pb has something to do with some thermal detection hardware. 
     13- With the 64bits OpenSuse VM, the reboots are more frequent if the host is heavily used 
     14  (for example: running a parallel build on the host while the guest VM is launched will almost always reboot the system). 
     15- It also seems to me that they are more reboots when the host machine is hot, and I wonder if the pb has something to do with some thermal detection hardware. 
    1616 
    1717I attach the VBox log of the last unwanted reboot. 

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