VirtualBox

Ticket #3291 (closed defect: fixed)

Opened 5 years ago

Last modified 4 years ago

Mac OS X 9G55 panic during Finder copy to an external USB disk hosting four volumes, one of which includes the .vdi for a shutting down Ubuntu 8.x

Reported by: grahamperrin Owned by:
Priority: critical Component: other
Version: VirtualBox 2.1.2 Keywords: panic
Cc: Guest type: Linux
Host type: Mac OS X

Description

Sat Feb  7 04:43:53 2009
Panic(CPU 1): Unresponsive processor
EAX: 0x04805000, EBX: 0x9d8dca26, ECX: 0x00003648, EDX: 0x00000251
CR2: 0x348b8520, EBP: 0x348b8558, ESI: 0x0053a61c, EDI: 0x0053a61c
EFL: 0x00000002, EIP: 0x0019ba83, CS:  0x00000008, DS:  0x00190010
Backtrace (CPU 1), Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack)
0x2e698f78 : 0x1af6bd (0x348b84ec 0x2e61d000 0x2e698fa8 0x6) 
0x2e698f98 : 0x449c0e (0x2 0x348b84ec 0x47eaa78 0x1) 
0x2e698fd8 : 0x1a0551 (0x348b84ec 0x0 0x0 0x0) 
0x348b8558 : 0x196d86 (0x53a61c 0x0 0x0 0x0) 
0x348b8638 : 0x1601d9 (0x53a600 0x34d49000 0x0 0x6d9a2) 
0x348b8698 : 0x162ac0 (0x2eb8488 0x53a600 0x34d49000 0x0) 
0x348b8808 : 0x1a9a19 (0x178cf80 0x34d49000 0x0 0x3) 
0x348b88e8 : 0x1a038d (0x348b8908 0x348b8b10 0x3480ebd0 0x348b8b10) 
0x348b8900 : 0x23fb2e07 (0xe 0x34f40048 0xb7e3000c 0xc) 
0x348b8a38 : 0x347b3b1b (0x345ed000 0x0 0xa0000 0x0) 
	Backtrace continues...

BSD process name corresponding to current thread: VirtualBoxVM

Mac OS version:
9G55

Kernel version:
Darwin Kernel Version 9.6.0: Mon Nov 24 17:37:00 PST 2008; root:xnu-1228.9.59~1/RELEASE_I386
System model name: MacBookPro1,2 (Mac-F42DBEC8)
panic(cpu 0 caller 0x00193CE7): "pmap_flush_tlbs() timeout: " "cpu(s) failing to respond to interrupts, pmap=0x53a600 cpus_to_respond=0x2"@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-1228.9.59/osfmk/i386/pmap.c:4582
Backtrace (CPU 0), Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack)
0x34dcfa68 : 0x12b4f3 (0x45b13c 0x34dcfa9c 0x1335e4 0x0) 
0x34dcfab8 : 0x193ce7 (0x46126c 0x53a600 0x2 0x4d122e4) 
0x34dcfb28 : 0x19400d (0x5 0x4805000 0x34dcfb78 0x12951e) 
0x34dcfbd8 : 0x196491 (0x53a600 0x27c91000 0x0 0xfe93e488) 
0x34dcfc38 : 0x17a7bc (0x53a600 0x27c91000 0x0 0x27c92000) 
0x34dcfc88 : 0x17aa23 (0x8792c08 0x27c91000 0x0 0x27c92000) 
0x34dcfcf8 : 0x17bced (0x1cd2d64 0x0 0x0 0x12fdfa) 
0x34dcfd58 : 0x114183 (0x490bc00 0x1000 0x3f000 0x4000) 
0x34dcfd98 : 0x1150d7 (0x76fe600 0x490bc00 0x1000 0xf181000) 
0x34dcfef8 : 0x1171f6 (0x4bfb730 0x0 0x1000 0x1000) 
0x34dcff68 : 0x17dac2 (0x4bfb730 0x1000 0x0 0x1000) 
0x34dcffc8 : 0x1a017c (0x54162c 0x0 0x1a30b5 0x641daa4) 
Backtrace terminated-invalid frame pointer 0

BSD process name corresponding to current thread: kernel_task

Environment

Other details to follow. I'm sending the panic report to Apple in the usual way, with reference to this ticket.

Attachments

macbookpro03-centrim.zip Download (241.2 KB) - added by grahamperrin 5 years ago.
report produced by System Profiler
VirtualBox.xml Download (7.0 KB) - added by grahamperrin 5 years ago.
~/Library/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.xml
VBox.log Download (39.9 KB) - added by grahamperrin 5 years ago.
VirtualBox log for the machine
fine result of fsck.png Download (73.2 KB) - added by grahamperrin 5 years ago.
Ubuntu seems fine despite the panic

Change History

Changed 5 years ago by grahamperrin

report produced by System Profiler

Changed 5 years ago by grahamperrin

~/Library/VirtualBox/VirtualBox.xml

comment:1 Changed 5 years ago by grahamperrin

Hardware overview

Model Name: MacBook Pro 17"
Model Identifier: MacBookPro1,2
Processor Name: Intel Core Duo
Processor Speed: 2.16 GHz
Number Of Processors: 1
Total Number Of Cores: 2
L2 Cache: 2 MB
Memory: 2 GB
Bus Speed: 667 MHz
Boot ROM Version: MBP12.0061.B03
SMC Version: 1.5f10
Serial Number: W86270FJTJ1
Sudden Motion Sensor:
  State: Enabled

comment:2 Changed 5 years ago by grahamperrin

Serial-ATA

Intel ICH7-M AHCI:

  Vendor: Intel
  Product: ICH7-M AHCI
  Speed: 1.5 Gigabit
  Description: AHCI Version 1.10 Supported

	ST910021AS:

	  Capacity: 93.16 GB
	  Model: ST910021AS
	  Revision: 3.07
	  Serial Number: 3MH0853R
	  Native Command Queuing: Yes
	  Queue Depth: 32
	  Removable Media: No
	  Detachable Drive: No
	  BSD Name: disk0
	  Mac OS 9 Drivers: No
	  Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table)
	  S.M.A.R.T. status: Verified
	  Volumes:
		MBP:
		  Capacity: 92.84 GB
		  Available: 3.79 GB
		  Writable: Yes
		  File System: Journaled HFS+
		  BSD Name: disk0s2
		  Mount Point: /

USB

USB High-Speed Bus:

  Host Controller Location: Built In USB
  Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBEHCI
  PCI Device ID: 0x27cc
  PCI Revision ID: 0x0002
  PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086
  Bus Number: 0xfd

	Built-in iSight:

	  Product ID: 0x8501
	  Vendor ID: 0x05ac  (Apple Inc.)
	  Version: 1.84
	  Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec
	  Manufacturer: Micron
	  Location ID: 0xfd400000
	  Current Available (mA): 500
	  Current Required (mA): 100

	BigDisk Extreme:

	  Capacity: 931.52 GB
	  Removable Media: Yes
	  Detachable Drive: Yes
	  BSD Name: disk1
	  Product ID: 0x0525
	  Vendor ID: 0x059f  (LaCie)
	  Version: 1.18
	  Serial Number: AC577E850B0B
	  Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec
	  Manufacturer: LaCie Group.SA
	  Location ID: 0xfd100000
	  Current Available (mA): 500
	  Current Required (mA): 100
	  Mac OS 9 Drivers: No
	  Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table)
	  S.M.A.R.T. status: Not Supported
	  Volumes:
		Perrin:
		  Capacity: 150.02 GB
		  Available: 56.98 GB
		  Writable: Yes
		  File System: Journaled HFS+
		  BSD Name: disk1s1
		  Mount Point: /Volumes/Perrin
		excess:
		  Capacity: 95.01 GB
		  Available: 13.28 GB
		  Writable: Yes
		  File System: Journaled HFS+
		  BSD Name: disk1s2
		  Mount Point: /Volumes/excess
		extreme:
		  Capacity: 500.36 GB
		  Available: 68.05 GB
		  Writable: Yes
		  File System: Journaled HFS+
		  BSD Name: disk1s3
		  Mount Point: /Volumes/extreme
		clone-MBP:
		  Capacity: 185.43 GB
		  Available: 7.81 GB
		  Writable: Yes
		  File System: Journaled HFS+
		  BSD Name: disk1s4
		  Mount Point: /Volumes/clone-MBP

USB Bus:

  Host Controller Location: Built In USB
  Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBUHCI
  PCI Device ID: 0x27c8
  PCI Revision ID: 0x0002
  PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086
  Bus Number: 0x1d

	Apple Internal Keyboard / Trackpad:

	  Product ID: 0x0218
	  Vendor ID: 0x05ac  (Apple Inc.)
	  Version: 0.64
	  Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec
	  Manufacturer: Apple Computer
	  Location ID: 0x1d200000
	  Current Available (mA): 500
	  Current Required (mA): 40

USB Bus:

  Host Controller Location: Built In USB
  Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBUHCI
  PCI Device ID: 0x27cb
  PCI Revision ID: 0x0002
  PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086
  Bus Number: 0x7d

	Bluetooth USB Host Controller:

	  Product ID: 0x8205
	  Vendor ID: 0x05ac  (Apple Inc.)
	  Version: 19.65
	  Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec
	  Manufacturer: Apple Inc.
	  Location ID: 0x7d100000
	  Current Available (mA): 500
	  Current Required (mA): 0

USB Bus:

  Host Controller Location: Built In USB
  Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBUHCI
  PCI Device ID: 0x27c9
  PCI Revision ID: 0x0002
  PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086
  Bus Number: 0x3d

USB Bus:

  Host Controller Location: Built In USB
  Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBUHCI
  PCI Device ID: 0x27ca
  PCI Revision ID: 0x0002
  PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086
  Bus Number: 0x5d

	IR Receiver:

	  Product ID: 0x8240
	  Vendor ID: 0x05ac  (Apple Inc.)
	  Version: 1.10
	  Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec
	  Manufacturer: Apple Computer, Inc.
	  Location ID: 0x5d200000
	  Current Available (mA): 500
	  Current Required (mA): 100

Changed 5 years ago by grahamperrin

VirtualBox log for the machine

comment:3 Changed 5 years ago by grahamperrin

At the time of the panic there remained in Dock an icon for the virtual machine.

Icon was too small for me to clearly distinguish its state but AFAICT it presented the familiar progress bar that Ubuntu presents whilst shutting down. Certainly the icon was mostly black with some Ubuntu 8.x colours.

comment:4 Changed 5 years ago by grahamperrin

Two disks:

  • internal to MacBook Pro, comprising one (startup) volume:
  • MBP
  • USB-connected BigDisk Extreme comprising four volumes:
  • Perrin
  • excess
  • extreme
  • clone-MBP

At the time of the panic

Running visible applications

At least:

  • Safari 3.2.1 (5525.27.1) in background
  • VirtualBox 2.1.2 in background
  • Ubuntu 8.x virtual machine in background
  • Finder 10.5.8 in foreground

Finder window sidebar discloses all mounted volumes.

Other significant activities

Time Machine was backing up (probably preparing) to

/Volumes/clone-MBP

Actions in Finder

At least two windows open, one of which was a column view of
/Applications/

In the foreground window I clicked and dragged
/Applications/OpenOffice.org.app/
(a non-running application) aiming to drop it on the external volume

excess

En route to that destination, the drag passed over the volume

extreme

that hosts the (then) running virtual machine, but I did not drop there.

The unrushed drag over the sidebar icon for that volume probably caused a new Finder window to open for

extreme

Ultimately I dropped on

excess

Finder presented the usual Copy dialogue.

Some time during the copy, the panic occurred.

I pressed and held the power button to force power off.

I did not remove the USB-connected external drive.

Started Mac OS X. Alowed time for the LED of the external drive to stop flashing (presumably working with its journals) before logging in to Mac OS X.

Following log in I accepted the invitation to report the Panic to Apple, but refrained from sending the report until after opening this ticket.

Disk Utility finds no error with three of four volumes on the external drive. (The fourth, a Time Machine destination, takes an extraordinarily long time to check. I may do so later.) I'll check my startup volume MBP later.

2009-02-07 04:50:02 +0000: Disk Utility started.

2009-02-07 04:52:44 +0000: Verify and Repair volume “Perrin”
Starting repair tool:  2009-02-07 04:52:44 +0000
2009-02-07 04:52:45 +0000: Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
2009-02-07 04:52:45 +0000: Checking Extents Overflow file.
2009-02-07 04:52:45 +0000: Checking Catalog file.
2009-02-07 04:52:47 +0000: Checking multi-linked files.
2009-02-07 04:52:47 +0000: Checking Catalog hierarchy.
2009-02-07 04:52:49 +0000: Checking Extended Attributes file.
2009-02-07 04:52:49 +0000: Checking volume bitmap.
2009-02-07 04:52:49 +0000: Checking volume information.
2009-02-07 04:52:49 +0000: 2009-02-07 04:52:49 +0000: The volume Perrin appears to be OK.
Repair tool completed:  2009-02-07 04:53:06 +0000
2009-02-07 04:53:06 +0000: 
2009-02-07 04:53:06 +0000: Verify and Repair volume “excess”
Starting repair tool:  2009-02-07 04:53:06 +0000
2009-02-07 04:53:07 +0000: Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
2009-02-07 04:53:07 +0000: Checking Extents Overflow file.
2009-02-07 04:53:07 +0000: Checking Catalog file.
2009-02-07 04:53:07 +0000: Checking multi-linked files.
2009-02-07 04:53:07 +0000: Checking Catalog hierarchy.
2009-02-07 04:53:08 +0000: Checking Extended Attributes file.
2009-02-07 04:53:08 +0000: Checking volume bitmap.
2009-02-07 04:53:08 +0000: Checking volume information.
2009-02-07 04:53:08 +0000: 2009-02-07 04:53:08 +0000: The volume excess appears to be OK.
Repair tool completed:  2009-02-07 04:53:08 +0000
2009-02-07 04:53:08 +0000: 
2009-02-07 04:53:08 +0000: Verify and Repair volume “extreme”
Starting repair tool:  2009-02-07 04:53:08 +0000
2009-02-07 04:53:09 +0000: Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
2009-02-07 04:53:09 +0000: Checking Extents Overflow file.
2009-02-07 04:53:09 +0000: Checking Catalog file.
2009-02-07 04:53:21 +0000: Checking multi-linked files.
2009-02-07 04:53:21 +0000: Checking Catalog hierarchy.
2009-02-07 04:53:45 +0000: Checking Extended Attributes file.
2009-02-07 04:53:45 +0000: Checking volume bitmap.
2009-02-07 04:53:46 +0000: Checking volume information.
2009-02-07 04:53:46 +0000: 2009-02-07 04:53:46 +0000: The volume extreme appears to be OK.
Repair tool completed:  2009-02-07 04:53:47 +0000

Changed 5 years ago by grahamperrin

Ubuntu seems fine despite the panic

comment:5 Changed 5 years ago by grahamperrin

My main concern was that the virtual machine .vdi would be unusable following an
ill-timed disturbance (in a different situation, this occurred) but fsck shows no problem.

I guess that the panic helped to guard against damage.

Mac OS X 9G55 panic during Finder copy to an external USB disk hosting four volumes, one of which includes the .vdi for a shutting down Ubuntu 8.x

A slight correction: at the time of the panic the virtual machine was
restarting (not simply shutting down) following the routine offered at
 http://news.softpedia.com/news/How-To-Install-OpenOffice-org-3-0-in-Ubuntu-8-10-96449.shtml
(subsequent re-installation of VirtualBox Guest Additions is required, I guess that this is normal).

Sorry for the wide ticket. I could have been more careful when pasting the panic text.

comment:6 Changed 5 years ago by grahamperrin

Noting for the record, no problem with the other volumes:

2009-02-07 06:59:12 +0000: Verify and Repair volume “clone-MBP”
Starting repair tool:  2009-02-07 06:59:12 +0000
2009-02-07 06:59:29 +0000: Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
2009-02-07 06:59:29 +0000: Checking Extents Overflow file.
2009-02-07 06:59:29 +0000: Checking Catalog file.
2009-02-07 07:20:30 +0000: Checking multi-linked files.
2009-02-07 08:45:02 +0000: Checking Catalog hierarchy.
2009-02-07 09:16:48 +0000: Checking Extended Attributes file.
2009-02-07 09:20:58 +0000: Checking multi-linked directories.
2009-02-07 10:14:54 +0000: Checking volume bitmap.
2009-02-07 10:14:54 +0000: Checking volume information.
2009-02-07 10:14:54 +0000: 2009-02-07 10:14:54 +0000: The volume clone-MBP appears to be OK.
Repair tool completed:  2009-02-07 10:15:55 +0000
2009-02-07 10:15:55 +0000: 
2009-02-07 10:15:55 +0000: 

2009-02-07 10:37:33 +0000: Verifying volume “MBP”
Starting verification tool:  2009-02-07 10:37:33 +0000
2009-02-07 10:37:33 +0000: 
2009-02-07 10:37:33 +0000: Performing live verification.
2009-02-07 10:37:33 +0000: Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
2009-02-07 10:37:33 +0000: Checking Extents Overflow file.
2009-02-07 10:37:34 +0000: Checking Catalog file.
2009-02-07 10:41:16 +0000: Checking multi-linked files.
2009-02-07 10:42:04 +0000: Checking Catalog hierarchy.
2009-02-07 10:47:28 +0000: Checking Extended Attributes file.
2009-02-07 10:47:46 +0000: Checking volume bitmap.
2009-02-07 10:47:47 +0000: Checking volume information.
2009-02-07 10:47:47 +0000: 2009-02-07 10:47:47 +0000: The volume MBP appears to be OK.
Verifying tool completed:  2009-02-07 10:47:47 +0000

comment:7 Changed 4 years ago by frank

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

Please reopen if still relevant with VBox 3.2.8.

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