Ticket #2518 (closed defect: fixed)

Opened 11 years ago

Last modified 11 years ago

Network connection crashs in at big load

Reported by: Hummele Owned by:
Component: network Version: VirtualBox 2.0.4
Keywords: network connection crashs crash big load Cc:
Guest type: Windows Host type: Linux



I read the other open tickets, but I couldn't find the same problem. So I hope, this isn't a copy of another ticket. If it is, I'm sorry. Please delete and ignore ;-)

I'm using VirtualBox 2.0.4 at a Ubuntu 8.04.1 host system. My guest system is Windows XP SP3 - both machines are up to date. Guest additions are also at 2.0.4. Used Kernel is 2.6.24-21. The guest system is connected over a host interface (PCnet-FAST III).

The problem is, that the network connection crashs at big load. If I use Windows to surf with Firefox or something else and the network aktivity isn't so much, the machine works fine for weeks. Often I have to tranfer some files over FTP from guest to host. If I limit the tranfer speed, it also works fine. If I try to tranfer unlimited, the network connection in host and guest crashs. It also happens, if I tranfer files und try to surf at the same time. So or so: Many and fast connections kills the interface. Restart the guest system or restart VirtualBox, doesn't work. The only way out, is to restart the host system and try it again. In the log file I can find a big list, who begins with (the second and third line are repeating himself endless):

04:46:53.343 Guest Log: VBOXNP: DLL loaded.
04:46:54.200 Guest Log: VBOXNP: SendToMiniRdr: Returning error from DeviceIoctl! Status = 67 
04:46:54.200 Guest Log: VBOXNP: NPGetConnection: Returned error 0x43

If I cancel the tries and stutdown the machine, I get the folloing error code in the log:
(It's a old and general problem. Most times it's impossible to shutdown virtual machines. Sometimes there are also problems at restart virtual machines.)

74:08:33.663 Changing the VM state from 'DESTROYING' to 'TERMINATED'.
74:08:33.828 ERROR [COM]: aRC=E_ACCESSDENIED (0x80070005) aIID={fd443ec1-0006-4f5b-9282-d72760a66916} aComponent={Mouse} aText={The console is not powered up} aWarning=false, preserve=false

I hope my problem is clear and everything is detailed and correct. Excuses my terrible English, please. I did my best :D
If there any questions or if I have to do some test, simple ask. I want to try to help.

Regards, Hummele

Change History

comment:1 Changed 11 years ago by frank

Any chance to try the latest release of VirtualBox, version 2.1.4?

comment:2 Changed 11 years ago by frank

  • Status changed from new to closed
  • Resolution set to fixed

Please reopen if the problem persists with a VirtualBox release 2.1.4 or later.

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