[arch-general] New Kernel - Virtualbox VM kernel crash on shutdown
C Anthony Risinger
anthony at extof.me
Tue Mar 29 13:26:41 EDT 2011
On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 10:38 AM, Aljosha Papsch <joschi.papsch at yahoo.de> wrote:
> David C. Rankin wrote:
>> kernel26-220.127.116.11-1 running in a virtualbox vm is causing a kernel crash on
>>shutdown. The full screen of the crash is here:
>> The Call Trace: shows the likes of:
>> I'm not great at reading the screens, so if you are interested in the full
>>error, it is shown in the link about.
>> Has anyone else found a workaround?
>> -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.
> Are you sure it's a kernel bug? Your screen says segmentation fault in umount,
> so there must be some bug in that tool, not linux. Also, if the kernel panicks,
> the system won't shutdown at all.
> BTW, I recommend using png files instead of jpg. :)
doesn't vbox have to be rebuilt everytime the kernel changes or
something? or the guest additions? or both?
btw, have you tried KVM + libvirt[virtmanager/<insert one of several
good webapps>]? there are a lot of great options out there now -- i
haven't had a single issue with my local KVM setup, and am in the
process of moving my companies infrastructure to it as well (+ some
LXC goodness) ... when i used vbox it was nice, but ... yeah :-)
... libvirt can handle vbox images in transition, too; just an idea,
it's been good to me.
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