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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #16745, comment 5


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05/11/2017 08:47:09 AM (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #16745, comment 5

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    11Hi frank,[[BR]] 
    2 I have tried 5.0 (ubuntu xenial virtualbox package), but it also was not working.[[BR]] 
    3 Here is a was to reproduce it. (It "works" 100% for me.)[[BR]] 
    4 [[BR]] 
    5 curl http://cloud-images.ubuntu.com/trusty/current/trusty-server-cloudimg-amd64-disk1.img -o /tmp/ubuntu.img[[BR]] 
    6 qemu-img convert -O vdi /tmp/ubuntu.img /tmp/ubuntu.vdi[[BR]] 
    7 VBoxManage internalcommands sethduuid /tmp/ubuntu.vdi[[BR]] 
    8 VBoxManage createvm --name tst --register[[BR]] 
    9 VBoxManage modifyvm tst  --cpus 1  --memory 256  --boot1 disk --boot2 none --boot3 none --boot4 none  --nic1 nat  --cableconnected1 on  --ostype Linux_64  --ioapic on  --defaultfrontend headless[[BR]] 
     2I have tried 5.0 (ubuntu xenial virtualbox package), but it also was not working. 
     3 
     4Here is a was to reproduce it. It "works" 100% for me. 
     5{{{ 
     6curl http://cloud-images.ubuntu.com/trusty/current/trusty-server-cloudimg-amd64-disk1.img -o /tmp/ubuntu.img 
     7qemu-img convert -O vdi /tmp/ubuntu.img /tmp/ubuntu.vdi 
     8VBoxManage internalcommands sethduuid /tmp/ubuntu.vdi 
     9VBoxManage createvm --name tst --register 
     10VBoxManage modifyvm tst  --cpus 1  --memory 256  --boot1 disk --boot2 none --boot3 none --boot4 none  --nic1 nat  --cableconnected1 on  --ostype Linux_64  --ioapic on  --defaultfrontend headless 
    1011VBoxManage storagectl tst --name SATA --add sata --portcount 1 --hostiocache on[[BR]] 
    11 VBoxManage storageattach tst  --storagectl SATA --port 0 --device 0  --type hdd --medium /tmp/ubuntu.vdi[[BR]] 
    12 VBoxManage startvm --type headless tst[[BR]] 
    13 sleep 20[[BR]] 
    14 VBoxManage controlvm tst savestate[[BR]] 
    15 VBoxManage snapshot tst take 'system-initial'[[BR]] 
    16 [[BR]] 
    17 GUI:[[BR]] 
    18 Right click on tst VM -> group[[BR]] 
    19 snapshots -> restore to system-initial (do not create new snapshot)[[BR]] 
    20 start the tst VM in headless mode[[BR]] 
    21 It should crash, VM state should be Aborted.[[BR]] 
    22 [[BR]] 
    23 VBoxManage unregistervm --delete tst[[BR]] 
    24 Throws error, files should be deleted manually...[[BR]] 
    25 [[BR]] 
     12VBoxManage storageattach tst  --storagectl SATA --port 0 --device 0  --type hdd --medium /tmp/ubuntu.vdi 
     13VBoxManage startvm --type headless tst 
     14sleep 20 
     15VBoxManage controlvm tst savestate 
     16VBoxManage snapshot tst take 'system-initial' 
     17}}} 
     18GUI: 
     19 * Right click on tst VM -> group 
     20 * snapshots -> restore to system-initial (do not create new snapshot) 
     21 * start the tst VM in headless mode 
     22 * It should crash, VM state should be Aborted. 
     23 
     24{{{ 
     25VBoxManage unregistervm --delete tst 
     26}}} 
     27Throws error, files should be deleted manually... 
     28 
    2629My theory: after grupping the VM, the *.sav file is gone... 

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