VirtualBox

Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Ticket #9659, comment 25


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05/02/13 21:35:40 (12 months ago)
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Petr Vones
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  • Ticket #9659, comment 25

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    1 @AltGr: VMware (Workstation and ESX) nor Virtual PC have the issue. I've been using Visual Studio 2005, 2008, 2010 without a single occurence of it for many years. As you have experienced, the same virtual machine have the issue in VirtualBox only so it is '''hard to blame Visual Studio debugger'''. 
     1@AltGr: VMware (Workstation and ESX) nor Virtual PC have the issue. I've been using Visual Studio 2005, 2008, 2010 without a single occurence of it for many years. As you have experienced, the same virtual machine have the issue in VirtualBox only so it is hard to blame Visual Studio debugger. 
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    33I'll try your workaround to set affinity of the '''host''' process (I'd have never thought it could help). Unfortunately I do a lot of multithread code and I'd like to test it in more real environment than a single-CPU one. After all, supporting multiple cores was one of reasons to move from Virtual PC to VirtualBox. Sad. 
     
    55My guess is there is a bug in VirtualBox when switching thread context in guest OS under a rare condition (process is being debugged ?). I would appreciate a feedback from Oracle that would explain what (which VirtualBox component) can cause that and possibly to enable some detailed logging of the component etc. 
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    7 Good news is that I've just got a reply in vbox-dev mailing list. 
     7Good news is that I've just got a reply in vbox-dev mailing list that confirms the issue https://www.virtualbox.org/pipermail/vbox-dev/2013-May/011456.html 
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    9 Does anyone have a chance to check the issue on AMD CPU based system ? 
     9Does anyone have a chance to check the issue on '''AMD CPU based system''' ? 

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