Ticket #6386 (closed defect: obsolete)
Ubuntu Server guest causes VBox to crash during boot if host is under load
|Reported by:||thomasb||Owned by:|
|Version:||VirtualBox 3.1.4||Keywords:||pgmPhysGCPhys2CCPtrInternal VERR_MAP_FAILED|
Description (last modified by frank) (diff)
The VirtualBox process crashes (Win7 32 bit, software virtualization) quite reliably if I have other CPU hungry tasks running (e.g. zipping a huge folder) and then attempt to boot up a Ubuntu Server guest. It seems to be reproducible relatively reliably.
00:04:07.928 AssertLogRel D:\tinderbox\win-3.1\src\VBox\VMM\PGMPhys.cpp(3123) PGMR3PhysAllocateHandyPages: RT_SUCCESS(rc) 00:04:07.929 idPage=0x52e00 HCPhysGCPhys=0000000051d91000 rc=VERR_MAP_FAILEDAssertLogRel D:\tinderbox\win-3.1\src\VBox\VMM\PGMPhys.cpp(3357) PGMR3PhysTlbGCPhys2Ptr: RT_SUCCESS_NP(rc2) 00:04:07.970 VERR_MAP_FAILED (-75) - Failed to map a memory object. 00:04:07.970 AssertLogRel D:\tinderbox\win-3.1\src\VBox\VMM\VMMAll\PGMAllPhys.cpp(2255) PGMPhysWrite: <NULL> 00:04:07.970 pgmPhysGCPhys2CCPtrInternal failed on 0000000007e49f18 / A--:RAM:000042148000:0052e52:U03d7 -> VERR_MAP_FAILED