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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #16677, comment 4


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04/21/2017 07:19:35 AM (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #16677, comment 4

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    11I've just discovered that the reason why cloning the vdi didn't trigger this issue anymore is because I kept the cloned vdi in tmpfs (/tmp). 
    2 By moving it back from /tmp to SSD and removing it from Virtual Media Manager(release then remove), then adding it again to the same VM then, only now 8 hours later, tried booting from 'existing OS' I managed to hang AioMgr0-N again during boot. Then, I copied it back to /tmp (tmpfs) and removed from Virtual Media Manager(release then remove) then added the /tmp one to the same VM => no hang! So this makes me think that the location/storage of the vdi is what's making AioMgr hang. There are no bad sectors on my SSD, though. 
     2By moving it back from /tmp to SSD and removing it from Virtual Media Manager(release then remove), then adding it again to the same VM then, only now 8 hours later, tried booting from 'existing OS'  AioMgr0-N hangs again during boot. Then, I copied it back to /tmp (tmpfs) and removed from Virtual Media Manager(release then remove) then added the /tmp one to the same VM => no hang! So this makes me think that the location/storage of the vdi is what's making AioMgr hang. There are no bad sectors on my SSD, though. 
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    44I've also just tested exporting the VM, then importing it; this creates a .vmdk disk file, stored on my SSD(on host) and booting from 'existing OS' does not cause the AioMgr hang. I then removed the vmdk from the VM via UI, cloned it via VBoxManage clonehd --format VDI arch3_1-disk002.vmdk /tmp/arch3_1-disk002.vdi and then added the clone to the VM, no hang because vdi is in tmpfs; then removed it from Virtual Media Manager(release and remove), moved the vdi on the SSD, added it to the VM, boot from existing OS => bam, hang!  

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