Ticket #3833 (closed defect: fixed)
Host Crashes on VM Exit
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When any Guest exits, the kernel panics. No logs seem to survive the reboot (/var/log/vbox/ is empty), and no diagnostic messages are printed. I have installed VirtualBox on a RedHat Enterprise Linux 4, 64-bit host: the machine is a Core 2, Quad-Core. Though I have VT-x enabled, I have left the rest of the virtualization-related features of my system off. The crash seems to occur regardless of whether ACPI is on or off, whether Nested Paging is on or off, regardless of whether Guest Additions have started or not, and regardless of the guest (I have a Windows XP 32-bit guest and a Sidux Linux 32-bit guest, both of which cause the crash). If memory serves, the crash occurs even if VT-x is off on the Guest, though I do not think it occurred when I had VT-x disabled in the BIOS. As I said, no log files seem to survive the restart, so there are no additional files that I can provide.