• RELEVANCY SCORE 4.16

    DB:4.16:Multi Vcpu To Single Vcpu On Linux Vm - Any Issues? ak





    I would like to reduce the number of vcpu's to a single vcpu on a couple of VM's.

    vsphere: ESX 4.1

    VM: Hardware version 7

    Guest OS: Suse Linux Enterprise Server SLES 10 SP3 (64bits)

    Current vcpu(s): 2

    Reason: To reduce licensing costs of the DBMS installed.

    This possible without any problems/issues?

    DB:4.16:Multi Vcpu To Single Vcpu On Linux Vm - Any Issues? ak


    Performed the change from multi cpu to single cpu without any problems.

    As expected no issues on Linux.

    However, I just tried this on Windows Server 2008 R2 64bit Standard Edition also. And it just worked!!!

    It was using an ACPI x64 HAL.

    I just shutdown changed cpu number in VM settings and it booted.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 4.05

    DB:4.05:Clean Guest Win Xp X64 Install Crashing Every 2-3 Days, Issue Exists After Reinstall 8p





    Hi,

    I have a clean guest install of Windows XP x64 which is crashing every few days due to the SCSI:0 device. Reinstalling guest from original Windows CD and searching everywhere has not fixed the issue.

    System specs are:

    Host: Windows XP Professional x64; 6GB memory; AMD X2 4000; ASUS M2N-E board

    Clean OS install, only VMWare workstation 6.0.3 installed, passes all HW tests, has been up for months with no issues. Fully updated.

    3 Guests: Ubuntu 7.10 - Up for months, no issues

    Windows XP - Same, up for months, no issues, fully updated

    Windowx XP Professional x64 - Problem guest, crashes every 2-3 days, installing from CD does not correct issue, fully updated at crash time

    Below is the revelent section of the log file. It shows that the SCSI:0 device is being reset and sent invalid commands. The host, and 2 other guests, did not throw off any system errors and the host disk is fine. The VM disk is set to independent-persistent.

    At this point I do not know what to do because reinstalling Windows and fully updating the system does not fix the issue. Would switching the disk to IDE help?

    Apr 09 04:47:15.078: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Apr 09 04:47:23.093: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): No transfer information for UNKNOWN (0x1b) (0x1b)

    Apr 09 04:47:23.093: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command UNKNOWN (0x1b) issued. --ok

    Apr 09 04:47:23.093: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): No transfer information for UNKNOWN (0x1b) (0x1b)

    Apr 09 04:47:23.093: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command UNKNOWN (0x1b) issued. --ok

    Apr 09 04:47:23.093: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): No transfer information for UNKNOWN (0x1b) (0x1b)

    Apr 09 04:47:23.093: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command UNKNOWN (0x1b) issued. --ok

    Apr 09 04:47:23.093: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): No transfer information for UNKNOWN (0x1b) (0x1b)

    Apr 09 04:47:23.093: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command UNKNOWN (0x1b) issued. --ok

    Apr 09 04:47:23.093: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): No transfer information for UNKNOWN (0x1b) (0x1b)

    Apr 09 04:47:23.093: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command UNKNOWN (0x1b) issued. --ok

    Apr 09 04:47:23.265: vcpu-0| CPU reset: soft

    Apr 09 04:47:23.265: vcpu-1| CPU reset: soft

    Apr 09 04:47:23.468: vcpu-1| CPU reset: soft

    Apr 09 04:47:23.500: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x1400

    Apr 09 04:47:23.515: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    Apr 09 04:47:23.734: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    Apr 09 04:47:23.765: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    Apr 09 04:47:23.921: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    Apr 09 04:47:23.968: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    Apr 09 04:47:24.015: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x1400

    Apr 09 04:47:24.015: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    Apr 09 04:47:24.062: vcpu-1| CPU reset: soft

    Apr 09 04:47:24.078: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Apr 09 04:47:24.203: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Apr 09 04:47:24.281: vcpu-0| VMMouse: Disabling VMMouse mode

    Apr 09 04:47:24.281: vcpu-0| MKS switching absolute mouse on

    Apr 09 04:47:24.468: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=5221/255/63

    Apr 09 04:47:24.671: vcpu-1| CPU reset: soft

    Apr 09 04:47:24.687: vcpu-0| BIOS-UUID is 56 4d 2e 1c 82 c2 1a b7-5f 44 34 82 b0 a0 89 fe

    Apr 09 04:47:24.921: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 7241

    Apr 09 04:47:24.921: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 7241

    Apr 09 04:47:24.937: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Apr 09 04:47:25.156: vcpu-0| Unknown int 10h func 0x2000

    Apr 09 04:47:28.312: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Apr 09 04:47:28.359: vcpu-1| CPU reset: soft

    Apr 09 04:47:30.171: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x1400

    Apr 09 04:47:30.171: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    Apr 09 04:47:30.187: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x1400

    Apr 09 04:47:30.187: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    Apr 09 04:47:30.921: vcpu-0| CDROM: Mode Sense for Unsupported Page 0x1B

    Apr 09 04:47:31.250: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command READ BUFFER issued. --ok

    Apr 09 04:47:31.250: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command READ BUFFER issued. --ok

    Apr 09 04:47:31.250: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): INQUIRY request with EVPD set

    Apr 09 04:47:31.343: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): MODE SENSE(6) for unsupported page 0x1c

    Apr 09 04:47:37.046: vcpu-1| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 start feature 0

    Apr 09 04:47:37.046: vcpu-1| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 start feature 0

    Apr 09 04:47:37.046: vcpu-1| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 start feature 0

    Apr 09 04:47:37.406: vcpu-0| UHCI: Global Reset

    Apr 09 04:47:37.609: vcpu-1| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x1400

    Apr 09 04:47:37.609: vcpu-1| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    Apr 09 04:47:37.625: vcpu-1| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x1400

    Apr 09 04:47:37.625: vcpu-1| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    Apr 09 04:47:41.265: vcpu-1| Guest: vmx_fb: Sending dualview update rect

    Apr 09 04:47:41.265: vcpu-1| Guest: vmx_fb: Done!

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 0

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 30

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 31

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 32

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 33

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 35

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 36

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 38

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 45

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 46

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 47

    Apr 09 04:47:43.593: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 start feature 259

    Apr 09 04:47:43.718: vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Channel 5, Timeout

    Apr 09 04:47:43.718: vcpu-0| GuestMsg: Channel 5, Cannot unpost because the previous post is already completed

    Apr 09 04:47:43.718: vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Channel 5 reinitialized.

    Apr 09 04:47:43.718: vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Channel 0, registration number 1, guest application tools-hgfs.

    Apr 09 04:47:43.718: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 7241

    Apr 09 04:47:49.875: vcpu-1| Balloon: Start: vmmemctl reset balloon

    Apr 09 04:47:49.875: vcpu-1| Balloon: Reset (n=4 pages=0)

    Apr 09 04:47:49.875: vcpu-1| Balloon: Reset: nUnlocked=0 (size=0)

    Thanks,

    Tom

    DB:4.05:Clean Guest Win Xp X64 Install Crashing Every 2-3 Days, Issue Exists After Reinstall 8p


    For anyone interested in this thread, please see following thread

    http://communities.vmware.com/message/1140643

    Basically this is a confirmed and repeatable problem with the SCSI dirver and 2 CPUs in the guest that exists in workstation 6.0 and 6.5. Switching to 1 CPU causes the same machine to be stable for many months.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.89

    DB:3.89:Understanding Vmware Ws4.5 Logs To Track Down Issues sx





    Host: Gentoo 2.6 on a dual xeon, 4GM RAM server.

    Guests: 6 VMs running XP SP2.

    My VMs seem to have a life of two weeks. Without fail, the host machines hang after two weeks. Because the console is via VNC, I can't tell what's going on. (These are headless, racked servers.) This particular host has crashed three times in 4 days, which makes me unhappy. The host shows no errors in dmesg or /var/log/messages. I'm trying to go through the vmware logs, but I'm not clear on what's an actual error and what are typical messages.

    In /tmp/vmware-root/ui-12449.log I see a lot of the following, repeated:

    Jun 13 17:26:10: vmui| VMNetCtlConstruct: no Network Names to list

    Jun 13 17:26:10: vmui| VMUIGtkVmdb_LoadDevice: unhandled device class scsiCtlr

    Jun 13 17:26:10: vmui| VmSummaryIsScreenshotNew: failed to stat image .png: No such file or directory

    In the vmware.log under different VM folders, I see a lot of the following:

    Jun 14 13:51:50: vcpu-0| VLANCE: Ethernet0 skipped 32 time(s)

    Jun 14 13:51:50: vcpu-0| VLANCE: 11 4 2 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

    Jun 14 13:51:50: vcpu-0| VLANCE: 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

    Jun 13 17:25:40: vcpu-0| ES1371IOCodec: attempting to access unimplemented ac97 register 0x4a

    Jun 13 17:25:40: vcpu-0| ES1371IOCodec: attempting to access unimplemented ac97 register 0x4c

    Jun 13 17:25:40: vcpu-0| ES1371IOCodec: attempting to access unimplemented ac97 register 0x4e

    Jun 13 17:25:40: vcpu-0| ES1371IOCodec: attempting to write 0x8000 to address 0xa

    Jun 13 17:25:40: vcpu-0| ES1371IOCodec: attempting to write 0x200 to address 0x20

    Jun 13 17:26:03: mks| MKS unknown keycode 0x59

    Jun 13 17:26:03: mks| MKS unknown keycode 0x59

    Jun 13 17:26:29: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x1460 (0x1460)

    Jun 13 17:26:29: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xfa000000(0xfa000000) and 0xf9000000(0xf9000000)

    Jun 13 17:26:29: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x1460 (0x0000)

    Jun 13 17:26:29: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xfa000000(0xfa000000) and 0xf9000000(0xf9000000)

    Jun 13 17:26:30: vcpu-0| VIDE: Curr CHS info cyls: 12483 heads: 16 sects: 63 lba_cap: 12582912

    Jun 13 17:26:30: vcpu-0| VIDE: Curr CHS info cyls: 17475 heads: 15 sects: 63 lba_cap: 31457280

    Jun 13 17:26:30: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x1f0) Asked to turn write caching ON.

    Jun 13 17:26:30: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x1f0) Asked to turn write caching ON.

    Jun 13 17:26:41: vcpu-0| ES1371Codec: attempting to read, but read data not ready

    Jun 13 17:26:41: vcpu-0| ES1371IOCodec: attempting to write 0xffff to address 0

    Jun 13 17:26:41: vcpu-0| ES1371Codec: attempting to read, but read data not ready

    None of these messages are unique to the machine that is falling over, but I'm wondering if they're cause for concern. The only commonality I've noticed with the machine that keeps crashing, is that MRTG shows it pushing out more data than usual before it crashes (only like 10mbit/sec). Could that at all be related to the 'Ethernet skipped' error?

    Anyone with experience reading these logs?

    DB:3.89:Understanding Vmware Ws4.5 Logs To Track Down Issues sx


    Have you considered enabling remote syslog in the Host OS, to see if perhaps there is something error-wise which can be trapped before the freeze occurs?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.88

    DB:3.88:Vcpu Hot Plug - Do You Enable It On Windows Server 2012 R2 Templates? p7



    I'm considering implementing vCPU hot plug on my Windows Server 2012 R2 template. In the past, there were some issues with vCPU hot plug but it seems to be much improved with 2012 R2 and ESXi 5.5.

    I'm curious to hear others' experiences, whether they are positive or negative. Do you use vCPU hot plug on your VM's? What are the pro's/cons, and common "gotchas"? I'm aware that certain applications like SQL have some restrictions because they do their own CPU scheduling, and that vNUMA gets disabled, but I'd be curious to hear about other nuances like that.

    This is only for Server 2012 R2, not previous version of Windows.

    DB:3.88:Vcpu Hot Plug - Do You Enable It On Windows Server 2012 R2 Templates? p7


    Yeah I've seen that blog, you'll actually find a post by me at the bottom asking this same question.

    I guess "enhancement" was the wrong word; I just meant that with Server 2012 vCPU hot plug and RAM hot add are fully supported and it seems to be more stable than in the past.

    The overhead KB is interesting, but it references Windows Server 2003 and the /3GB switch so it's very outdated. I'm looking for more updated information relating to Windows Server 2012 +. Does it suffer from the same issue? Based on the description of the KB, it doesn't seem like it does.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.86

    DB:3.86:Monitor Coredump, Vm Crashs 97



    Hi all

    I have problems with one virtual machine. Every night at same time, the machine powering off itselfs. See the following logfile:

    Dec 28 00:02:50.761: vcpu-1| debugCtlLow: 0x0 debugCtlHigh: 0x0Dec 28 00:02:51.119: vcpu-0| MONITOR PANIC: vcpu-1:VMM fault: regs=0x2da8, exc=14, eip=0xe2117Dec 28 00:02:51.119: vcpu-0| Core dump with build build-283373Dec 28 00:02:51.135: vcpu-0| Writing monitor corefile "/vmfs/volumes/4ca07c12-e47080e2-45c9-001a4bec9998/vmweb20p10/vmware-core0.gz"Dec 28 00:02:51.135: vcpu-0| CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privilegesDec 28 00:02:51.183: vcpu-0| VMK Stack for vcpu 0 is at 3bad000Dec 28 00:02:51.183: vcpu-0| Beginning monitor coredumpDec 28 00:02:51.315: vcpu-0| End monitor coredumpDec 28 00:02:51.316: vcpu-0| Beginning extended monitor coredumpDec 28 00:02:51.316: vcpu-0| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 404000Dec 28 00:02:52.648: vcpu-0| Writing monitor corefile "/vmfs/volumes/4ca07c12-e47080e2-45c9-001a4bec9998/vmweb20p10/vmware-core1.gz"Dec 28 00:02:52.648: vcpu-0| CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privilegesDec 28 00:02:52.657: vcpu-0| VMK Stack for vcpu 1 is at 3bb1000Dec 28 00:02:52.658: vcpu-0| Beginning monitor coredumpDec 28 00:02:52.791: vcpu-0| End monitor coredumpDec 28 00:02:52.792: vcpu-0| Beginning extended monitor coredumpDec 28 00:02:52.792: vcpu-0| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 404000Dec 28 00:02:54.136: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: ErrorDec 28 00:02:54.136: vcpu-0| [msg.log.monpanic] *** VMware ESX Server internal monitor error ***Dec 28 00:02:54.136: vcpu-0| vcpu-1:VMM fault: regs=0x2da8, exc=14, eip=0xe2117Dec 28 00:02:54.136: vcpu-0| [msg.log.monpanic.report] Please report this problem by selecting menu item Help VMware on the Web Request Support, or by going to the Web page "http://www.vmware.com/info?id=8logFile=%2fvmfs%2fvolumes%2f4ca07c12%2de47080e2%2d45c9%2d001a4bec9998%2fvmweb20p10%2fvmware%2elogcoreLocation=%2fvmfs%2fvolumes%2f4ca07c12%2de47080e2%2d45c9%2d001a4bec9998%2fvmweb20p10%2fvmware%2dcore%5b0%2d1%5d%2egz". Please provide us with the log file (/vmfs/volumes/4ca07c12-e47080e2-45c9-001a4bec9998/vmweb20p10/vmware.log) and the core file (/vmfs/volumes/4ca07c12-e47080e2-45c9-001a4bec9998/vmweb20p10/vmware-core[0-1].gz).Dec 28 00:02:54.136: vcpu-0| [msg.log.monpanic.serverdebug] If the problem is repeatable, please set 'Use Debug Monitor' to 'Yes' in the 'Misc' section of the Configure Virtual Machine Web page. Then reproduce the incident and file it according to the instructions.Dec 28 00:02:54.136: vcpu-0| [msg.log.monpanic.vmSupport] To collect files to submit to VMware support, run "vm-support".Dec 28 00:02:54.136: vcpu-0| [msg.log.monpanic.entitlement] We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.Dec 28 00:02:54.136: vcpu-0| [msg.log.monpanic.finish] We appreciate your feedback,Dec 28 00:02:54.136: vcpu-0| -- the VMware ESX Server team.Dec 28 00:02:54.136: vcpu-0| ----------------------------------------Dec 28 00:02:54.139: vcpu-0| Exiting vcpu-0Dec 28 00:02:55.137: vmx| VTHREAD watched thread 4 "vcpu-0" diedDec 28 00:02:55.238: mks| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Dec 28 00:02:55.764: vcpu-1| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    I have the following configuration:

    - ESX 3.5 build 283373

    - Virtual machine with two cores and 1GB Memory

    - SLES 11 SP1 installed

    Have you any ideas? Thanx for your help.

    Cheers

    DB:3.86:Monitor Coredump, Vm Crashs 97


    Hi

    I've updated the ESX Servers now, like it was said in the KB, but still having the issue.

    I've tried to read the coredump with gdb, but there was a segfault while reading (is that normal..?)

    Uhm, could get some information with strings, see below.
    Minor version mismatch in vmm-vmk interface (%#x)This version of the monitor (%#x) not supported by vmkernelThis virtual machine has tried to execute an invalid part of memory. It is possible that the virtual disk or CD media you are using is not bootable or that a program or driver running in the virtual machine has malfunctioned.1394: Guest access beyond available registers. Offset(0x%x) Size(0x%x)1394: Unexpected guest register access size (%d)MACVMKPend%dMACVMKChannelVmxnet%s%d%sIntr%dVmxnetWakePattern: bad sequence, ignoringVmxnetCommand 0x%x failed: 0x%xVLANCE: Not fully initialized, no mapping of tx ringADAPTER ID: %d, BADX: 0x%x, CADX: 0x%x, NXDA: 0x%x, XMTRL: %dVLANCE: Not fully initialized, no mapping of rx ringADAPTER ID: %d, BADR: 0x%x, CADR: 0x%x, NRDA: 0x%x, RCVRL: %dE1000: -- read not allowed on IMCE1000: Failed to stop vmkernel, status %#x.E1000: Failed to start vmkernel, status %#x.E1000_%u.%uMemory allocation failureBUG 3485:The amount of memory given to the guest OS is too large. Try reducing it.

    The last one was really interesting, because until the last night the vm was running with 1GB memory. After the last crash, I've set 4 GB, but the error was there, no matter how much memory was given.Also, I haven't found anything about this BUG 3485...

    Kernelversion is 2.6.27.48-0.1-vmi

    Thanks

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.72

    DB:3.72:Vmware Esxi 4 - Monitor Panic - Server Crash x3


    Hi all

    I Googled this error but could not find any indication

    of what might be causing this, please can someone have a look and point

    me in the right direction ? below is the last log entries before the

    crash. Please let me know if you need any more information ..

    Apr 27 23:00:22.028: vcpu-2| MONITOR PANIC: vcpu-0:NOT_IMPLEMENTED vmcore/vmm/main/busmem.c:5527

    Apr 27 23:00:22.028: vcpu-3| VMMon_WaitForExit: vcpu-3: worldID=2950993

    Apr 27 23:00:22.029: vcpu-1| VMMon_WaitForExit: vcpu-1: worldID=2950991

    Apr 27 23:00:22.029: vcpu-2| Core dump with build build-228255

    Apr 27 23:00:22.029: vcpu-0| VMMon_WaitForExit: vcpu-0: worldID=2950990

    Apr 27 23:00:22.076: vcpu-2| Writing monitor corefile "/vmfs/volumes/4bc32f54-73c77b6c-0009-0026b97c6a82/Rocketseed alpha/vmware-core0.gz"

    Apr 27 23:00:22.076: vcpu-2| CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privileges

    Apr 27 23:00:22.128: vcpu-2| VMK Stack for vcpu 0 is at 0xc0000000

    Apr 27 23:00:22.128: vcpu-2| Saving busmem frames

    Apr 27 23:00:22.181: vcpu-2| Saving anonymous memory

    Apr 27 23:00:22.203: vcpu-2| Beginning monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:23.064: vcpu-2| End monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:23.066: vcpu-2| Beginning extended monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:23.066: vcpu-2| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 408000

    Apr 27 23:00:32.258: vcpu-2| Writing monitor corefile "/vmfs/volumes/4bc32f54-73c77b6c-0009-0026b97c6a82/Rocketseed alpha/vmware-core1.gz"

    Apr 27 23:00:32.258: vcpu-2| CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privileges

    Apr 27 23:00:32.350: vcpu-2| VMK Stack for vcpu 1 is at 0xc0000000

    Apr 27 23:00:32.350: vcpu-2| Saving busmem frames

    Apr 27 23:00:32.403: vcpu-2| Saving anonymous memory

    Apr 27 23:00:32.425: vcpu-2| Beginning monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:33.249: vcpu-2| End monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:33.251: vcpu-2| Beginning extended monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:33.251: vcpu-2| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 408000

    Apr 27 23:00:41.639: vcpu-2| Writing monitor corefile "/vmfs/volumes/4bc32f54-73c77b6c-0009-0026b97c6a82/Rocketseed alpha/vmware-core2.gz"

    Apr 27 23:00:41.639: vcpu-2| CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privileges

    Apr 27 23:00:41.762: vcpu-2| VMK Stack for vcpu 2 is at 0xc0000000

    Apr 27 23:00:41.762: vcpu-2| Saving busmem frames

    Apr 27 23:00:41.784: vcpu-2| Saving anonymous memory

    Apr 27 23:00:41.794: vcpu-2| Beginning monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:42.130: vcpu-2| End monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:42.131: vcpu-2| Beginning extended monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:42.131: vcpu-2| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 408000

    Apr 27 23:00:51.052: vcpu-2| Writing monitor corefile "/vmfs/volumes/4bc32f54-73c77b6c-0009-0026b97c6a82/Rocketseed alpha/vmware-core3.gz"

    Apr 27 23:00:51.052: vcpu-2| CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privileges

    Apr 27 23:00:51.215: vcpu-2| VMK Stack for vcpu 3 is at 0xc0000000

    Apr 27 23:00:51.215: vcpu-2| Saving busmem frames

    Apr 27 23:00:51.238: vcpu-2| Saving anonymous memory

    Apr 27 23:00:51.247: vcpu-2| Beginning monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:51.603: vcpu-2| End monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:51.604: vcpu-2| Beginning extended monitor coredump

    Apr 27 23:00:51.604: vcpu-2| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 408000

    Apr 27 23:01:23.953: vcpu-2| Msg_Post: Error

    Apr 27 23:01:23.963: vcpu-2| http://msg.log.monpanic *** VMware ESX internal monitor error ***

    Apr 27 23:01:23.963: vcpu-2| vcpu-0:NOT_IMPLEMENTED vmcore/vmm/main/busmem.c:5527

    Apr 27 23:01:23.963: vcpu-2| http://msg.log.monpanic.report Please report this problem by selecting menu item Help gt; VMware on the Web gt; Request Support, or by going to the Web page "http://www.vmware.com/info?id=8logFile=%2fvmfs%2fvolumes%2f4bc32f54%2d73c77b6c%2d0009%2d0026b97c6a82%2fRocketseed%20alpha%2fvmware%2elogcoreLocation=%2fvmfs%2fvolumes%2f4bc32f54%2d73c77b6c%2d0009%2d0026b97c6a82%2fRocketseed%20alpha%2fvmware%2dcore%5b0%2d3%5d%2egz". Please provide us with the log file (/vmfs/volumes/4bc32f54-73c77b6c-0009-0026b97c6a82/Rocketseed alpha/vmware.log) and the core file(s) (/vmfs/volumes/4bc32f54-73c77b6c-0009-0026b97c6a82/Rocketseed alpha/vmware-core[0-3].gz, /vmfs/volumes/4bc32f54-73c77b6c-0009-0026b97c6a82/Rocketseed alpha/vmx-zdump.000).

    Apr 27 23:01:23.963: vcpu-2| http://msg.log.monpanic.serverdebug If the problem is repeatable, please set 'Use Debug Monitor' to 'Yes' in the 'Misc' section of the Configure Virtual Machine Web page. Then reproduce the incident and file it according to the instructions.

    Apr 27 23:01:23.963: vcpu-2| http://msg.log.monpanic.vmSupport.vmx86 To collect data to submit to VMware support, run "vm-support".

    Apr 27 23:01:23.963: vcpu-2| http://msg.log.monpanic.entitlement We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Apr 27 23:01:23.963: vcpu-2| http://msg.log.monpanic.finish We appreciate your feedback,

    Apr 27 23:01:23.963: vcpu-2| -- the VMware ESX team.

    Apr 27 23:01:23.963: vcpu-2| -

    Apr 27 23:01:23.966: vcpu-2| Exiting vcpu-2

    Apr 27 23:01:24.966: vmx| VTHREAD watched thread 6 "vcpu-2" died

    Apr 27 23:01:25.070: mks| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    DB:3.72:Vmware Esxi 4 - Monitor Panic - Server Crash x3

    We looked at the cores and found that the problem is most likely a race/bug in FreeBSD and the manner in which it updates some PAE PTEs. In some cases, it unatomically writes the lower 32-bits of the PTE (including the valid bit) before writing the upper 32 bits. This opens a race-window in which the partially written PTE can be treated as valid. This is an error and it would lead to the panic you got. Work-arounds include using a memory size lt;= 3GB or 1 vcpu. This bug in the FreeBSD kernel will only manifest if it has been compiled to support PAE.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.68

    DB:3.68:Vmware Error - Vcpu-1| Aiowin32c: '(Location Of.Vmdk)' : Failed To Write: Insufficient Quota To Complete The Requested Service (1453). c7



    I'm Running VMware Server version 2.0.2 build-203138 on Windows Server 2008 R2 with a Intel Xeon Quad Core Processor and 14gigs of RAM.

    I have been getting vcpu-1| AIOWIN32C: '(Location Of.vmdk)' : Failed to write: Insufficient quota to complete the requested service (1453). errors for the past week. I researched a couple places on google and found an articale referencing memory issues but i have 14gigs with a utilization at 42%. The server will run great after a reboot and then hrs or days go by and then i start to get this failure and ultimately the VM stops and i can not restart it until i reboot the hosting OS. Not sure where to start looking. Any Suggestions?????

    I attached one of the vmwarelogs.

    DB:3.68:Vmware Error - Vcpu-1| Aiowin32c: '(Location Of.Vmdk)' : Failed To Write: Insufficient Quota To Complete The Requested Service (1453). c7


    The error suggests a quota. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc754810%28WS.10%29.aspx

    VMware server is no longer supported and has not been in active development for quite some time. I would look to VMware Workstation or VMware Player as a replacement. http://vmware.com/go/workstation

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.66

    DB:3.66:Right Click On Folder Completely Hangs Vmware Windows Session pc


    This is a new phenomenon which I cannot explain. I have seen it on both 6.0.4 and 6.5.1 versions. I reverted back to the former thinking 6.5.1 was the problem but apparently not. OS is Windows XP SP3.

    Problem is that after you boot up if you right click (to get explorer context menu) on any folder (Recycle bin, a regular folder, whatever) you simply hang into oblivion. There is no remedy to escape. Nor can you go to task manager to see what is happening. The VM is frozen completely and you must power off.

    The logged event that coincides with this in the vmware logging is as follows (the line in red):

    Jan 05 16:07:27.677: vcpu-0| TOOLS don't need to be upgraded.

    Jan 05 16:07:27.817: vcpu-0| Guest: toolbox: Version: build-93057

    Jan 05 16:07:27.817: vcpu-0| TOOLS unified loop capability requested by 'toolbox'; now sending options via TCLO

    Jan 05 16:08:13.770: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x1f0) OUTB Cmd 0xb0, Unknown ATA Command on drive 0

    Jan 05 16:17:40.020: vcpu-0| VMMouse: CMD Read ID

    Jan 05 16:17:40.020: vcpu-0| MKS switching absolute mouse on

    Jan 05 16:17:45.442: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB :numIOs = 100000 numMergedIOs = 12230 numSplitIOs = 0

    Jan 05 16:17:47.286: vcpu-0| TOOLS unified loop capability requested by 'toolbox-dnd'; now sending options via TCLO

    Jan 05 16:17:47.286: vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Channel 1, registration number 1, guest application

    Any ideas what might be going on. I had used this VM for a long time with no issues until relatively recently. I today also tried cloning to a new copy but no improvement. It CAN BE a sporadic problem. If the context menu shows first time, all is well. If not, all is lost and there is no remedy except to reboot (power off).

    Greatly appreciate any help on this one. It's getting to be a real problem for me.

    Thanks in advance for any thoughts,

    Mike

    DB:3.66:Right Click On Folder Completely Hangs Vmware Windows Session pc


    Excellent troubleshooting! Glad things are working for you now.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.64

    DB:3.64:How Many Max Vcpu And Ram To Give To Application Owners? dp



    Hello,

    Recently some of our application owners are starting to ask for servers with 8 vCPU and 32+ GB of RAM. I am trying to establish a policy on what the max vCPU and RAM we will support and looking for some justification for those limits. Without that, app owners will just keep asking for more and more.

    For quite a while I have always understood that there is more overhead to SMP than single vCPU VM's. vSphere 5 was supposed to make some substantial improvements to that, but you still have the issue of the scheduler that has to concurrently find an open slice on a bunch of cores for these SMP boxes to execute their instructions. Obviously the more VM's and the more SMP VM's the harder it is going to be for the scheduler to find slices of the physical cores available and you will start getting increased latency. There are many blogs that address this in detail so I don't think I need to spend much more time on that.

    We have two clusters right now. Our Test/Dev cluster is four hosts, two socket 4 cores (8 cores total) and 40 GB of RAM per host. Our production cluster is six hosts, two socket 6 cores (12 cores total) and 144 GB of RAM per host.

    My first thought is that vCPU should be less than the number of cores in one socket. Otherwise, I assume, each SMP instruction would need to utilitze a full socket just for that one VM. I recall reading something about there being issues if a VM has more vCPU than cores because of multi-threading across physical sockets.

    So I would be suggesting, max 2 vCPU in our test/dev cluster and 4 vCPU in our production cluster. In addition, I would think that there would need to be some justification for even 4 vCPU. Keep in mind these are generic rules and there will always be exceptions. For instance if you have a main line of business application that you want to virtualize and you plan to basically dedicate a host to it. My guidelines though are for your average application owner that some department or business units needs some new application or an upgrade, etc.

    On the RAM side, I have not found any guidelines yet, My biggest thing is that if you allocate too much RAM to one VM, DRS is going to only allow a handful of VM's on that host and that will cause more cpu pressure on the other hosts. Now if the application actually needs that RAM and you give it too little then you are also going to cause unnecessary swapping. My initial gut reaction is something like max RAM should be no larger than 1/2 the host's RAM or maybe 1/3, but there is no data to support this, it is just kind of a gut feel.

    So, I am looking for opinions. Do you have policies around max vCPU and/or RAM? Does anyone see any drawbacks or problems with setting limits?

    Thank you,

    Kevin

    DB:3.64:How Many Max Vcpu And Ram To Give To Application Owners? dp


    sharing my thoughts... I agree with you on NUMA penalties. max vCPUs per VM should be limited to cores within a socket How many physical cores do you need to support that 8 vCPU VM? To answer your question, first determine whether VM really needs it? because, if we allocate 8 vCPUs to a VM and if any of the core is not available for scheduling, remaining 7 vCPUs has to wait for the core to be available. This will also degrades VM performance. More vCPUs more risk. Below is the URL from intel which shows vCPUs/Core http://www.intel.in/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/white-papers/virtualization-xeon-core-count-impacts-performance-paper.pdf To Calculate average vCPUs/Core in your current environment.. http://enterpriseadmins.org/blog/scripting/general-vsphere-cluster-countsaverages/

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.62

    DB:3.62:W2k_Sp4 Guest Freezes Gentoo 2.6.18 Host When Powernow Enabled cm



    Hi - have trawled these excellent forums: only slightly similar case appears to be url=http://www.vmware.com/community/thread.jspa?messageID=485818here[/url] unresolved.

    We're running vmware-server v 1.0.1.29996-r4 with modules v 1.0.0.15-r1, in a Gentoo 2.6.18 host, on an Iwill DK8EW dual socket940/NFORCE4 Pro platform.

    Has worked very well with W2K SP4 guest, until PowerNow enabled on host \[we need this]: PowerNow function in host perfect.

    Virtual machine has 2x CPUs; host has 2x 2.6GHz 'E'-step single-core Opterons.

    If we attempt to start guest, host hard-locks.

    Last few lines of vmware.log shows:

    Oct 27 13:53:42: vmx| VIDE: ATAPI DMA 0x5a Failed: key 0x5, asc 0x24, ascq 0x0

    Oct 27 13:53:42: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=1044/255/63

    Oct 27 13:53:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Oct 27 13:53:42: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=1044/255/63

    Oct 27 13:53:42: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): MODE SENSE(6) for unsupported page 0x1c

    Oct 27 13:54:01: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -3525502024 (to 1470256630257); assuming TSC was reset

    Oct 27 13:54:01: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -3524123987 (to 1470266038440); assuming TSC was reset

    Oct 27 13:54:01: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -3529197127 (to 1470283239288); assuming TSC was reset

    Oct 27 13:54:01: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -3529020398 (to 1470303121702); assuming TSC was reset

    Oct 27 13:54:01: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -3527103044 (to 1470329012134); assuming TSC was reset

    Oct 27 13:54:02: vmx| VIDE: ATAPI DMA 0x25 Failed: key 0x2, asc 0x3a, ascq 0x0

    Oct 27 13:54:02: vmx| VIDE: ATAPI DMA 0xa4 Failed: key 0x5, asc 0x24, ascq 0x0

    Oct 27 13:54:02: vcpu-1| UHCI: Global Reset

    Oct 27 13:54:03: vcpu-0| Guest OS = 0x5007

    Oct 27 13:54:03: vcpu-0| VNET: Notification enabled for Ethernet0

    Oct 27 13:54:12: vmx| VIDE: ATAPI DMA 0x25 Failed: key 0x2, asc 0x3a, ascq 0x0

    Oct 27 13:54:12: vcpu-1| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -3307466066 (to 1496373131418); assuming TSC was reset

    Oct 27 13:54:12: vmx| VIDE: ATAPI DMA 0x25 Failed: key 0x2, asc 0x3a, ascq 0x0

    . . . this appears to suggest errors either IDE DMA-based, or connected to timetracker.

    Any ideas on how to accurately diagnose/sort this out or similar firsthand experiences? . . or do we have to abandon PowerNow, kill the dolphins, vaccuum the ozone-layer so on . . .

    \[edit] In order to pre-empt system timing issues we referred to url=http://kb.vmware.com/vmtnkb/search.do?cmd=displayKCdocType=kcexternalId=1591sliceId=SAL_Publicthis[/url] knowledgebase article, added to 'config' the lines:

    host.cpukHz = 2600000

    host.noTSC = TRUE

    ptsc.noTSC = TRUE

    . . edited the guest's *.vmx to read;

    tools.syncTime = "TRUE"

    \[we assumed the latter was the same as firing up the guest setting vmware-tools to sync guest/host time]

    Message was edited by:

    shoarthing

    DB:3.62:W2k_Sp4 Guest Freezes Gentoo 2.6.18 Host When Powernow Enabled cm


    . thank you for the quick reply . . but drat botheration if that's the way it is: we assumed from the knowledgebase article referred to above that guest time was the only real hassle.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.61

    DB:3.61:Looking For Advice On Tuning Vm's (Cpu's, Shares, Etc.) 1c



    I'm looking into some performance issues on a RHEL4 VM on ESX 2.5.3 and was hoping someone could direct me to some guides on tuning the environment.

    I think this may be a case where I need to throw a second vCPU at the machine, but this system is hard to get downtime for so I can't really take a 'try it and see' approach. What should I use to determine when a machine needs a second vCPU?

    DB:3.61:Looking For Advice On Tuning Vm's (Cpu's, Shares, Etc.) 1c


    What resources? Like I said, Max was already at 100% and Shares were 4 times any other VM and %ready was very reasonable. Without adding another vCPU, I couldn't increase the resources any further, could I?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.55

    DB:3.55:The Maximum Consolidate Retries Was Exceeded For Scsi0:0 a1



    Hi all,

    I have been looking into an issue that we have in our environment at the moment with our backups being carried out by VEEAM. The backups are reaching the stage of removing snapshots and seem to be failing, meaning when I get into the office in the morning I am having to in consolidate snapshots and in some cases even remove snapshots that VEEAM has not yet done.

    However when consolidating the disks after nearly 3 hours of running time this morning the task failed with the below error.

    In addition to this it is taking a massive amount of time to delete snapshots as well, at first thought this to be an issue with the storage but have checked out all of this and can see no sign of any issues here - so to the VMware logs.

    Everything appears to be running OK, until I start to see the following errors in the log file.

    2014-05-29T09:35:39.084Z| vcpu-0| I120: Guest: toolbox-dnd: Version: build-1399439
    2014-05-29T09:35:39.084Z| vcpu-0| I120: GuestRpc: Channel 3, conflict: guest application toolbox-dnd tried to register, but it is still registered on channel 2
    2014-05-29T09:35:39.084Z| vcpu-0| I120: GuestRpc: Channel 3 reinitialized.
    2014-05-29T09:35:39.084Z| vcpu-0| I120: GuestRpc: Channel 3 reinitialized.
    2014-05-29T09:35:39.084Z| vcpu-0| I120: GuestRpc: Channel 3 reinitialized.

    DB:3.55:The Maximum Consolidate Retries Was Exceeded For Scsi0:0 a1


    Hi all,

    I have been looking into an issue that we have in our environment at the moment with our backups being carried out by VEEAM. The backups are reaching the stage of removing snapshots and seem to be failing, meaning when I get into the office in the morning I am having to in consolidate snapshots and in some cases even remove snapshots that VEEAM has not yet done.

    However when consolidating the disks after nearly 3 hours of running time this morning the task failed with the below error.

    In addition to this it is taking a massive amount of time to delete snapshots as well, at first thought this to be an issue with the storage but have checked out all of this and can see no sign of any issues here - so to the VMware logs.

    Everything appears to be running OK, until I start to see the following errors in the log file.

    2014-05-29T09:35:39.084Z| vcpu-0| I120: Guest: toolbox-dnd: Version: build-1399439
    2014-05-29T09:35:39.084Z| vcpu-0| I120: GuestRpc: Channel 3, conflict: guest application toolbox-dnd tried to register, but it is still registered on channel 2
    2014-05-29T09:35:39.084Z| vcpu-0| I120: GuestRpc: Channel 3 reinitialized.
    2014-05-29T09:35:39.084Z| vcpu-0| I120: GuestRpc: Channel 3 reinitialized.
    2014-05-29T09:35:39.084Z| vcpu-0| I120: GuestRpc: Channel 3 reinitialized.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.50

    DB:3.50:Vmware Oracle Rac With Ocfs2 - Scsi Bug? sx



    Hi,

    I have installed a 2 node Oracle RAC 10G R2 on VMWare Server 1.0.3. The Host OS is

    \[vmware@leih0421 rac2]$ uname -a

    Linux leih0421 2.6.9-42.0.0.0.1.ELsmp #1 SMP Sun Oct 15 15:13:57 PDT 2006 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

    This is Oracle Unbreakable Linux (RHEL R4U4 64Bit). Hardware is a Core 2 Duo.

    The Guest OS on both nodes is:

    \[oracle@leih0421-v2 ~]$ uname -a

    Linux leih0421-v2 2.6.9-55.0.0.0.2.EL #1 Wed May 2 14:55:28 PDT 2007 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

    This is Oracle Unbreakable Linux (RHEL R4U5 32Bit).

    When putting oracle load to the cluster all night the cluster (mostly only one node, but sometimes both) crashes with the following messages in the log file:

    Jun 28 04:06:07: vcpu-0| SCSI DISK: Calling write lock 0x0xe9f9a008 callback.

    Jun 28 04:06:07: vcpu-0| SCSI DISK: Calling write lock 0x0xe9f9a008 callback.

    Jun 28 04:06:08: vcpu-0|

    Jun 28 04:06:08: vcpu-0| Log Throttled

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED /build/mts/release/bora-44356/pompeii2005/bora/devices/scsi/scsiDisk.c:2875 bugNr=41568

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace[0] 0xe8209b48 eip 0x805af90

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace[1] 0xe8209f68 eip 0x80c03fb

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace[2] 0xe8209f98 eip 0x809b587

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace[3] 0xe8209fb8 eip 0x809a5ca

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace[4] 0xe8209fe8 eip 0x809a8f0

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace[5] 0xe820a028 eip 0x80915fc

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace[6] 0xe820a058 eip 0x80783bc

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace[7] 0xe820a078 eip 0x816732f

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace[8] 0xe820a098 eip 0x81673d3

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace[9] 0xe820a0e8 eip 0x81983f0

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[10] 0xe820a108 eip 0x81d02dd

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[11] 0xe820a138 eip 0x81d0231

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[12] 0xe820a168 eip 0x81d03cd

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[13] 0xe820a188 eip 0x81cfa55

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[14] 0xe820a1a8 eip 0x8084390

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[15] 0xe820a1c8 eip 0x81989fa

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[16] 0xe820a1e8 eip 0x8084390

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[17] 0xe820a208 eip 0x821a200

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[18] 0xe820a228 eip 0x8169b4b

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[19] 0xe820a248 eip 0x816cacb

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[20] 0xe820a268 eip 0x80787dc

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[21] 0xe820a278 eip 0x809199e

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[22] 0xe820a298 eip 0x809a656

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[23] 0xe820a2d8 eip 0x809ca76

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[24] 0xe820a2f8 eip 0x809a6e0

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[25] 0xe820a318 eip 0x809e802

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[26] 0xe820a358 eip 0x819d585

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[27] 0xe820a378 eip 0x82bc57f

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[28] 0xe820a398 eip 0x82bcb79

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[29] 0xe820a3c8 eip 0x82c554b

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[30] 0xe820a3d8 eip 0x82bcc61

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[31] 0xe820a448 eip 0x8068449

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[32] 0xe820a4c8 eip 0x42f371

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[33] 00000000 eip 0x387ffe

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Core dump limit is 51200 kb.

    Jun 28 04:09:19: vcpu-0| Attempting to dump core...

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware Server unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED /build/mts/release/bora-44356/pompeii2005/bora/devices/scsi/scsiDisk.c:2875 bugNr=41568

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| \[msg.panic.haveLog] A log file is available in "/export/virtual_maschines/oel4-rac/rac1/vmware.log". \[msg.panic.haveCore] A core file is available in "/export/virtual_maschines/oel4-rac/rac1/core.10020". \[msg.panic.requestSupport.withLogAndCore] Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file. \[msg.panic.requestSupport.linux]

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run vm-support.

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| \[msg.panic.response] We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| \----

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| POST(no connection): VMware Server unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED /build/mts/release/bora-44356/pompeii2005/bora/devices/scsi/scsiDisk.c:2875 bugNr=41568

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| A log file is available in "/export/virtual_maschines/oel4-rac/rac1/vmware.log". A core file is available in "/export/virtual_maschines/oel4-rac/rac1/core.10020". Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file.

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run vm-support.

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0| We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vcpu-0|

    Jun 28 04:09:20: vmx| VTHREAD watched thread 4 "vcpu-0" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#2| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#8| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#15| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#14| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#16| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#0| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#17| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#10| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#7| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#6| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#12| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: mks| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#4| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#18| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#20| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#9| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#1| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#19| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#13| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#5| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#11| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jun 28 04:09:20: IO#3| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    I have OCFS2 under suspicion for this, but I am not sure as the log does not show which SCSI disk caused the error. In /var/log/messages in one guest I see some ocfs2 messages, but those only appear after the other guest node crashed silently without messages in /var/log/messages.

    This is my vmx file for one node:

    #!/opt/vmware/bin/vmware

    config.version = "8"

    virtualHW.version = "4"

    memsize = "1536"

    ide0:0.present = "FALSE"

    ide0:0.fileName = "/dev/cdrom"

    ide0:0.deviceType = "atapi-cdrom"

    ide0:0.startConnected = "TRUE"

    ide1:0.present = "FALSE"

    ide1:0.fileName = "/export/Enterprise-R4-U5-i386-disc3.iso"

    ide1:0.deviceType = "cdrom-image"

    ide0:1.present = "FALSE"

    ide0:1.fileName = "/export/Enterprise-R4-U5-i386-disc2.iso"

    ide0:1.deviceType = "cdrom-image"

    ide1:1.present = "FALSE"

    ide1:1.fileName = "/export/Enterprise-R4-U5-i386-disc4.iso"

    ide1:1.deviceType = "cdrom-image"

    floppy0.present = "FALSE"

    floppy0.startConnected = "FALSE"

    floppy0.fileName = "/dev/fd0"

    displayName = "rac1"

    guestOS = "rhel4"

    priority.grabbed = "normal"

    priority.ungrabbed = "normal"

    powerType.powerOff = "soft"

    powerType.powerOn = "soft"

    powerType.suspend = "hard"

    powerType.reset = "hard"

    disk.locking = "FALSE"

    diskLib.dataCacheMaxSize = "0"

    disklib.dataCacheMaxReadAheadSize="0"

    disklib.dataCacheMinReadAheadSize="0"

    disklib.dataCachePageSize="4096"

    disklib.maxUnsyncedWrites="0"

    scsi0.present = "TRUE"

    scsi0.virtualDev = "lsilogic"

    scsi0:0.present = "TRUE"

    scsi0:0.fileName = "localdisk.vmdk"

    scsi0:0.writeThrough = "FALSE"

    scsi0:0.deviceType = "disk"

    scsi0:1.present = "FALSE"

    scsi0:1.fileName = "/export/virtual_maschines/oel4-rac/SharedDisks/asmdisk4.vmdk"

    scsi0:1.mode = "independent-persistent"

    scsi0:1.redo = ""

    scsi1.sharedBus = "virtual"

    scsi1.present = "TRUE"

    scsi1.virtualDev = "lsilogic"

    scsi1:0.present = "TRUE"

    scsi1:0.fileName = "../SharedDisks/ocfs2disk.vmdk"

    scsi1:0.mode = "independent-persistent"

    scsi1:0.deviceType = "disk"

    scsi1:1.present = "TRUE"

    scsi1:1.fileName = "../SharedDisks/asmdisk1.vmdk"

    scsi1:1.mode = "independent-persistent"

    scsi1:1.deviceType = "disk"

    scsi1:2.present = "TRUE"

    scsi1:2.fileName = "../SharedDisks/asmdisk2.vmdk"

    scsi1:2.mode = "independent-persistent"

    scsi1:2.deviceType = "disk"

    scsi1:3.present = "TRUE"

    scsi1:3.fileName = "../SharedDisks/asmdisk3.vmdk"

    scsi1:3.mode = "independent-persistent"

    scsi1:3.deviceType = "disk"

    scsi1:4.present = "FALSE"

    scsi1:4.fileName = "../SharedDisks/asmdisk4.vmdk"

    scsi1:4.mode = "independent-persistent"

    scsi1:4.deviceType = "disk"

    scsi1:5.present = "FALSE"

    scsi1:5.fileName = "../SharedDisks/asmdisk5.vmdk"

    scsi1:5.mode = "independent-persistent"

    scsi1:5.deviceType = "disk"

    scsi1:15.present = "FALSE"

    scsi1:15.fileName = "/export/virtual_maschines/oel4-rac/SharedDisks/asmdisk4.vmdk"

    scsi1:15.mode = "independent-persistent"

    scsi1:15.redo = ""

    scsi0:0.redo = ""

    scsi1:0.redo = ""

    scsi1:1.redo = ""

    scsi1:2.redo = ""

    scsi1:3.redo = ""

    scsi1:4.redo = ""

    scsi1:5.redo = ""

    Ethernet0.present = "TRUE"

    Ethernet0.addressType = "generated"

    Ethernet0.generatedAddress = "00:0c:29:50:67:36"

    Ethernet0.generatedAddressOffset = "0"

    Ethernet0.connectionType = "bridged"

    Ethernet1.generatedAddress = "00:0c:29:50:67:40"

    Ethernet1.generatedAddressOffset = "10"

    Ethernet1.present = "TRUE"

    Ethernet1.connectionType = "hostonly"

    Ethernet1.addressType = "generated"

    Ethernet2.present = "TRUE"

    Ethernet2.connectionType = "bridged"

    Ethernet2.addressType = "generated"

    Ethernet2.generatedAddress = "00:0c:29:50:67:4a"

    Ethernet2.generatedAddressOffset = "20"

    uuid.location = "56 4d e8 cc d4 80 31 06-00 b3 aa 7c 1d 50 67 36"

    uuid.bios = "56 4d e8 cc d4 80 31 06-00 b3 aa 7c 1d 50 67 36"

    tools.syncTime = "TRUE"

    sharedFolder.maxNum = "1"

    sharedFolder0.present = "TRUE"

    sharedFolder0.enabled = "TRUE"

    sharedFolder0.readAccess = "TRUE"

    sharedFolder0.writeAccess = "TRUE"

    sharedFolder0.hostPath = "/tmp"

    sharedFolder0.guestName = "Shared"

    sharedFolder0.expiration = "never"

    snapshot.disabled = "TRUE"

    autostop = "softpoweroff"

    autostart = "none"

    autostart.order = "0"

    autostop.order = "0"

    autostart.delay = "120"

    autostop.delay = "60"

    autostartContinueWhenToolsRun = "FALSE"

    workingDir = "."

    annotation = "Node 1 of a Oracle 10g RAC"

    toolScripts.afterPowerOn = "TRUE"

    toolScripts.afterResume = "TRUE"

    toolScripts.beforeSuspend = "TRUE"

    toolScripts.beforePowerOff = "TRUE"

    reslck.timeout = 300

    mainmem.usenamedfile="FALSE"

    This is the vmdk file for my ocfs2 disk:

    \# Disk DescriptorFile

    version=1

    CID=7771c02a

    parentCID=ffffffff

    createType="monolithicFlat"

    \# Extent description

    RW 1048576 FLAT "ocfs2disk-flat.vmdk" 0

    \# The Disk Data Base

    #DDB

    ddb.adapterType = "lsilogic"

    ddb.geometry.sectors = "32"

    ddb.geometry.heads = "64"

    ddb.geometry.cylinders = "512"

    ddb.toolsVersion = "6532"

    ddb.virtualHWVersion = "4"

    This is the OCFS2 version I am using:

    \[oracle@leih0421-v2 ~]$ rpm -qa | grep ocfs

    ocfs2-2.6.9-55.0.0.0.2.EL-1.2.5-1

    ocfs2console-1.2.4-1

    ocfs2-2.6.9-55.0.0.0.2.ELsmp-1.2.5-1

    ocfs2-2.6.9-42.EL-1.2.5-1

    ocfs2-tools-1.2.4-1

    ocfs2-2.6.9-55.0.0.0.2.ELhugemem-1.2.5-1

    Help or advice needed to make this cluster more stable and to prevent nightly crashes.

    Robert

    PS: Issues happened also with VMWare Server 1.0.2 and Guest OS RHEL R4U4. Tried the updates, but those had no effect.

    Message was edited by:

    robertortel

    DB:3.50:Vmware Oracle Rac With Ocfs2 - Scsi Bug? sx


    Evaluating iSCSI now ...

    But one thing is left to say ...

    After investigating the Server Admin Manual I am pretty sure that the type of cluster I have made is supported by VMWare Server. It is very similar to the one described on page 167/168 except that it has more disks shared and an additional bridged network adapter per VM. Disk locking is disabled and the scsi busses on both VMs connecting the shared disks are set up virtual.

    Now, after removing OCFS2 and using raw disks for OCR and VOTING disks like mneitzne in a previous post (except thant I am using RHEL 4 instead of SUSE) the cluster works fine for now.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.50

    DB:3.50:Sr 366156 : Assert Vmcore/Vmm/Cpu/Segment.C:423 Bugnr=19580 a1



    I received this vmcore module core resuming an Ubuntu VM while Window XP was booting in the background. The Windows VM was unaffected.

    NOT_TESTED bora/devices/net/macVNet.c:383

    Feb 11 12:46:46.001: vcpu-0| Triple fault.

    Feb 11 12:46:46.001: vcpu-0| MONITOR PANIC: vcpu-0:ASSERT vmcore/vmm/cpu/segment.c:423 bugNr=19580

    Feb 11 12:46:46.001: vcpu-0| Core dump with build build-36932

    Feb 11 12:46:46.001: vcpu-0| Writing monitor corefile "/Users/rcardona/Desktop/ubuntu 6.06/vmware-core.gz"

    Feb 11 12:46:46.009: vcpu-0| Beginning monitor coredump

    Feb 11 12:46:46.232: vcpu-0| End monitor coredump

    Feb 11 12:46:46.232: vcpu-0| Beginning extended monitor coredump

    Feb 11 12:46:46.232: vcpu-0| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 401000

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.monpanic.beta] *** VMware Fusion internal monitor error ***

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| vcpu-0:ASSERT vmcore/vmm/cpu/segment.c:423 bugNr=19580

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| There is a problem in this version of VMware Fusion.

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| We rely on your feedback to improve the quality of our product.

    Please submit a support request that describes the problem at our Web page "http://www.vmware.com/info?id=8".

    Do not forget to attach the log file (/Users/rcardona/Desktop/ubuntu 6.06/vmware.log) and

    the core file (/Users/rcardona/Desktop/ubuntu 6.06/vmware-core.gz).

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run vm-support-lx.

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| We appreciate your feedback,

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| -- the VMware Fusion team.[/code]

    DB:3.50:Sr 366156 : Assert Vmcore/Vmm/Cpu/Segment.C:423 Bugnr=19580 a1


    I received this vmcore module core resuming an Ubuntu VM while Window XP was booting in the background. The Windows VM was unaffected.

    NOT_TESTED bora/devices/net/macVNet.c:383

    Feb 11 12:46:46.001: vcpu-0| Triple fault.

    Feb 11 12:46:46.001: vcpu-0| MONITOR PANIC: vcpu-0:ASSERT vmcore/vmm/cpu/segment.c:423 bugNr=19580

    Feb 11 12:46:46.001: vcpu-0| Core dump with build build-36932

    Feb 11 12:46:46.001: vcpu-0| Writing monitor corefile "/Users/rcardona/Desktop/ubuntu 6.06/vmware-core.gz"

    Feb 11 12:46:46.009: vcpu-0| Beginning monitor coredump

    Feb 11 12:46:46.232: vcpu-0| End monitor coredump

    Feb 11 12:46:46.232: vcpu-0| Beginning extended monitor coredump

    Feb 11 12:46:46.232: vcpu-0| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 401000

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.monpanic.beta] *** VMware Fusion internal monitor error ***

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| vcpu-0:ASSERT vmcore/vmm/cpu/segment.c:423 bugNr=19580

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| There is a problem in this version of VMware Fusion.

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| We rely on your feedback to improve the quality of our product.

    Please submit a support request that describes the problem at our Web page "http://www.vmware.com/info?id=8".

    Do not forget to attach the log file (/Users/rcardona/Desktop/ubuntu 6.06/vmware.log) and

    the core file (/Users/rcardona/Desktop/ubuntu 6.06/vmware-core.gz).

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run vm-support-lx.

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| We appreciate your feedback,

    Feb 11 12:46:46.524: vcpu-0| -- the VMware Fusion team.[/code]

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.48

    DB:3.48:Vcpu Functionality With Single And Multiple Vcpu jf



    I have read some document which is telling that single CPU performance will good compared to the multiple vCPU. Can any one explain me how it fuctioing with single vCPU and multiple vCPU. If any good document which explain the internal funtionality please let me know.

    -Ibrahim

    DB:3.48:Vcpu Functionality With Single And Multiple Vcpu jf


    Another good source for information regarding the scheduling algorithm used in ESX 4.x:

    http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/perf-vsphere-cpu_scheduler.pdf

    AWoVCP 3 4 Author @ vmwire.net\[:o]===\[o:]=Would you like to have this posting as a ringtone on your cell phone?=

    =Send "Posting" to 911 for only $999999,99!=

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.45

    DB:3.45:Vmware Licensing On C210mt Server x3



    Hi All,

    We tried to install Meeting-Place 8.5.2 on svl-ucs-02 and encounter the VMware Licensing issues.

    As per current Licensing provided by Cisco for Meeting-Place bundle on UCS C210-MT server, we have 8vCPU on each UCS server, but it  supports only 4 vCPU for a single VM, if we try to allocate the more than 4 vCPU to single VM  its doesn’t start the VM and gives the License Warning.

    Below is the Minimum Hardware requirement for Meeting-Place 8.5 :-

    Installing the Application Server on a Virtual Machine

    If you are planning to install the Application Server on a virtual machine, then note the following: •(Cisco UCS C210 M2 Server or UCS B-Series Server) The virtual machine must have 8 vCPU (2.66 GHz), 8 GB RAM, and a 300GB hard drive. •(Cisco UCS C200 M2 Server) The virtual machine must have 4 vCPU (2.66 GHz), 8 GB RAM, and a 300GB hard drive.

    If your virtual machine does not meet these requirements, then you will see an error message and the installation program terminates.

    Note:- we tried to install with 4 vCPU and as stated above its terminates the installation process after verifying the available hardware for VM

    Your help is appreciated.

    Saleem

    DB:3.45:Vmware Licensing On C210mt Server x3


    Saleem,

    Can you check the VMware license type ? Only Enterprise Plus edition supports 8 vCPUs.

    http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Cisco_Unified_MeetingPlace_Release_8.5_--_Hardware_Requirements#Virtual_Machine_Requirements

    http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_UScmd=displayKCexternalId=1010579

    Padma

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.35

    DB:3.35:Spectacular Monitor Panic Post-Vmotion (Esxi 5.0u1 Vm) p1



    Alrighty, I have a fun one:

    First-tier VM (VM on physical HW) experiences a spectacular VMM Monitor Panic during resume post-VMotion.

    The panic is always the same, but the particular vCPU that hits it "first" varies (vcpu-0 .. vcpu-5 on a 6 vCPU VM)

    MONITOR PANIC: vcpu-4:VT launch failed; VMCS valid (error code 7)

    ...and here's where it gets fun:

    The problem isn't reproducible thus-far when the VMM is running in Debug mode.

    Phys Hosts are identical (hardware, BIOS, ESXi version, Configuration)

    VM is 6 vCPU + HW/MMU virtualization + ESXi 5.0u1

    vESXi "host" (inside the VM) is either idle, or has a small number of ESXi 5.0 VMs running

    2nd tier VMs are 2 vCPU + Auto-HW/MMU virtualization + ESXi 5.0

    I have 24 of these VMs, all seem to experience the problem with a 75%+ likelihood of incidence post-VMotion

    vmware.log excerpt just prior to event:

    10-10T01:03:33.012Z| vcpu-0| Transitioned vmx/execState/val to poweredOn10-10T01:03:33.012Z| vcpu-0| Migrate: cleaning up migration state.10-10T01:03:33.012Z| vcpu-0| MigrateSetState: Transitioning from state 11 to 0.10-10T01:03:33.064Z| vcpu-0| Monitor has started10-10T01:03:33.064Z| vcpu-5| Monitor has started10-10T01:03:33.064Z| vcpu-4| Monitor has started10-10T01:03:33.064Z| vcpu-1| Monitor has started10-10T01:03:33.064Z| vcpu-2| Monitor has started10-10T01:03:33.064Z| vcpu-3| Monitor has started10-10T01:03:33.075Z| vcpu-0| MonitorInitNumaUnmapVMM10-10T01:03:33.082Z| vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd8000000(0xd8000000) and 0xd0800000(0xd0800000)10-10T01:03:33.108Z| vcpu-0| CPT: vmstart10-10T01:03:33.108Z| vcpu-1| CPT: vmstart10-10T01:03:33.108Z| vcpu-3| CPT: vmstart10-10T01:03:33.108Z| vcpu-2| CPT: vmstart10-10T01:03:33.108Z| vcpu-4| CPT: vmstart10-10T01:03:33.108Z| vcpu-5| CPT: vmstart10-10T01:03:33.115Z| vcpu-1| MONITOR PANIC: vcpu-4:VT launch failed; VMCS valid (error code 7)

    Thoughts?

    DB:3.35:Spectacular Monitor Panic Post-Vmotion (Esxi 5.0u1 Vm) p1


    JMills wrote:

    .

    .

    .

    The problem isn't reproducible thus-far when the VMM is running in Debug mode.

    It took some extra beating (more VMotions) but I was able to trigger the same event with the VMM in Debug mode.

    vmware.log excerpt just prior to event:

    10-10T23:44:08.029Z| vcpu-0| Transitioned vmx/execState/val to poweredOn

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.33

    DB:3.33:No Of Vcpu Per Vm 8m



    Hi , can you someone help me to extract no of vcpu per vm

    DB:3.33:No Of Vcpu Per Vm 8m


    Attempted to divide by zero.

    At C:\Users\559702\Desktop\vCPUs.ps1:6 char:100

    + $obj | Add-Member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name vSockets -Value ($vm.config.hardware.NumCPU / $vm.co

    ig.hardware.NumCoresPerSocket)

    + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [], RuntimeException

    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : RuntimeException

    Attempted to divide by zero.

    At C:\Users\559702\Desktop\vCPUs.ps1:6 char:100

    + $obj | Add-Member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name vSockets -Value ($vm.config.hardware.NumCPU / $vm.co

    ig.hardware.NumCoresPerSocket)

    + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [], RuntimeException

    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : RuntimeException

    Attempted to divide by zero.

    At C:\Users\559702\Desktop\vCPUs.ps1:6 char:100

    + $obj | Add-Member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name vSockets -Value ($vm.config.hardware.NumCPU / $vm.co

    ig.hardware.NumCoresPerSocket)

    + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [], RuntimeException

    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : RuntimeException

    Attempted to divide by zero.

    At C:\Users\559702\Desktop\vCPUs.ps1:6 char:100

    + $obj | Add-Member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name vSockets -Value ($vm.config.hardware.NumCPU / $vm.co

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.32

    DB:3.32:Sep 17 13:18:27.086: Vcpu-0| The Cpu Has Been Disabled By The Guest Operating System. You Will Need To Power Off Or Reset The Virtual Machine At This Point. 9d



    vcpu-0| Vix: [104336 vmxCommands.c:7612]: VMAutomation_HandleCLIHLTEvent. Do nothing.

    vcpu-0| Msg_Hint: msg.monitorevent.halt (sent)

    vcpu-0| The CPU has been disabled by the guest operating system. You will need to power off or reset the virtual machine at this point.

    vcpu-0| ---------------------------------------

    vcpu-2| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    vcpu-2| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0xfffffff0

    vcpu-2| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0xfffffff0

    vcpu-2| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    The message appears in the log, is it harmful to the system ?

    thanks.

    DB:3.32:Sep 17 13:18:27.086: Vcpu-0| The Cpu Has Been Disabled By The Guest Operating System. You Will Need To Power Off Or Reset The Virtual Machine At This Point. 9d


    Hi!

    I get the same error on one of our systems.

    Vix: [13320 vmxCommands.c:8114]: VMAutomation_HandleCLIHLTEvent. Do nothing.

    2011-11-10T09:55:46.549+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: MsgHint: msg.monitorevent.halt

    2011-11-10T09:55:46.549+01:00| vcpu-0| I120+ The CPU has been disabled by the guest operating system. Power off or reset the virtual machine.

    2011-11-10T09:55:46.549+01:00| vcpu-0| I120+ ---------------------------------------

    How we solve the problem, is to delete the virtual machine and reinstall it! as it seems to be currupt.

    Question: Did you solve the problem by doing somthing else?

    Best regards

    Fredrik

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.29

    DB:3.29:Vmware Workstation Unrecoverable Error: (Vcpu-1) jk


    出現此錯誤!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.29

    DB:3.29:Vcpu Speed = Core Speed cm



    If I have a virtual machine with 2 vCPU and the core speeds are 2Ghz, my vCPU speed won't exceed 2Ghz even though I have access 4Ghz correct?

    DB:3.29:Vcpu Speed = Core Speed cm


    Its more like your pc will deal with multi apps giving each app the same performance of the cpu . and ofc it doesnt mean that you have 4Ghz .

    Best regards

    Yours, Oscar

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.29

    DB:3.29:Cannot See Vcpu Info In Esxtop fx



    I cannot find any vCPU info in esxtop. any idea?

    DB:3.29:Cannot See Vcpu Info In Esxtop fx


    Try c - for CPU, then e followed by GID number

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.27

    DB:3.27:Rhel4 U3 And Lsilogic (Esx 2.5.3) z1



    Hello,

    My problem with RHEL4 u2 evolved.

    I thought that, after updating to u3, the problems would have vanished, as promised by RH.

    Yes, indeed, my problem with TaskType=0x03 disappeared.

    Now my problem is with TaskType=0x01...

    Kernel 2.6.9-34.EL

    Here is my trace (/home/vmware/myvm/vmware.log)

    May 01 04:39:51: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0xa0000 TaskType 0x1 SEQ: 1 cif 1 mfa (128:0:0)

    May 01 04:39:51: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Unsupported taskType 0x1 in reset

    May 01 04:39:51: vcpu-0| MONITOR PANIC: NOT_IMPLEMENTED

    May 01 04:39:51: vcpu-0| Core dump with build build-22981

    May 01 04:39:51: vcpu-0| Writing monitor corefile "/home/vmware/myvm/vmware-core.gz"

    May 01 04:39:51: vcpu-0| CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privileges

    May 01 04:39:51: vcpu-0| Setting vaddr to 0

    May 01 04:39:51: vcpu-0| VMK Stack for vcpu 0 is at 3059000

    May 01 04:39:51: vcpu-0| Beginning monitor coredump

    May 01 04:39:52: vcpu-0| End monitor coredump

    May 01 04:39:52: vcpu-0| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 404000

    May 01 04:39:54: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    May 01 04:39:54: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.monpanic] *** VMware ESX Server internal monitor error ***

    May 01 04:39:54: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED at 23e3 (22981)

    May 01 04:39:54: vcpu-0|

    May 01 04:39:54: vcpu-0| Code: 000023e3-000059c5-d39adca0-a2fae9e1-9babe39a-f6a1fdd6-bdc6c7f8-99efeaf8-a3ef88a0-caf0a9cf-f7fccac6-988eb0

    May 01 04:39:54: vcpu-0|

    Did someone else have this crash ? Is there a workaround ?

    I added 14 x 1MB virtual disks to fill the controller with no more success.

    I also have the same issue on ESX 2.5.2.

    Sydney.

    DB:3.27:Rhel4 U3 And Lsilogic (Esx 2.5.3) z1


    I haven't taken time to try installing with LVM (although that's a pretty good idea in general with VMware allt he virtual disks that I'll no doubt have floating around as i move forward).

    However, I was able to take the binary BusLogic driver distributed by vmware and install it under the 2.6.9-34.1 kernel. Seems to work fine (not a big surprise, in general there should be binary compatibility across minor kernel updates like this). If I'd just stepped back and used my brain for a minute I would have realized this would work.

    The prompting factor for this was a new copy of this VM i created yesterday - i tried booting it about 20 times with consistent panics before i gave up. I haven't figured out what is different about the new vm.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.27

    DB:3.27:Reducing Vcpu Count fd


    We have a number of VM's with 4 vCPU's running Windows 2003, I am looking to reduce the vCPU to 2, does anyone know if I will have OS related issues from doing so?

    DB:3.27:Reducing Vcpu Count fd


    It will work (i.e. not tweaking HALs reducing the number of vCPUs), but impact the 'tidyness' (performance?) of the guest OS.

    It's the common problem of P2V migration - most physical servers are 2 CPU, whilst it's perfectly feasible to keep the vast majority of VMs with just one vCPU for each.

    I remember PlateSpin can 'translate' 2x pCPUs into 1x vCPU during P2V.

    Rgds.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.27

    DB:3.27:Scsi Timeout (Bsod) 9k


    Hello, I have one VM instance (server 2003 sp1) that expereineced a BSOD on Thursday, September 20th.

    Below is a copy of event viewer windows logs , we had 2 event ID 117's before the BSOD and 8 event ID 9's:

    Event Type: Error

    Event Source: symmpi

    Event Category: None

    Event ID: 117

    Date: 9/20/2007

    Time: 11:01:58 AM

    User: N/A

    Computer: APPTMSIPIA1

    Description:

    The driver for device \Device\Scsi\symmpi1 detected a port timeout due to prolonged inactivity. All associated busses were reset in an effort to clear the condition.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

    Data:

    0000: 00 00 00 00 01 00 56 00 ......V.

    0008: 00 00 00 00 75 00 04 c0 ....u..

    0010: 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    0018: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    0020: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    -

    Event Type: Error

    Event Source: symmpi

    Event Category: None

    Event ID: 9

    Date: 9/20/2007

    Time: 11:00:30 AM

    User: N/A

    Computer: APPTMSIPIA1

    Description:

    The device, \Device\Scsi\symmpi1, did not respond within the timeout period.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

    Data:

    0000: 00 00 10 00 01 00 66 00 ......f.

    0008: 00 00 00 00 09 00 04 c0 .......

    0010: 01 01 00 50 00 00 00 00 ...P....

    0018: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    0020: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    0028: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    0030: 00 00 00 00 07 00 00 00 ........

    Here is a copy of the vmkwarning log from the ESX server it resides on (note we are missing logs from prior to 9/20/07 aprx 11am:

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe8210 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe8410 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfa210 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfc810 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfcb10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0x100710 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfab10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 7 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 35 cif 0 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 0 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 36 cif 7 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 7 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xef110 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf9310 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfc510 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe7c10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfc810 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xea010 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeb310 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 7 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 37 cif 0 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 0 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:16:45: vcpu-1| Flushing LA 0x12c000 in http://0x12b..0x7ffb0 at 0x1b:0x7c82fdba

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 38 cif 7 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 7 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf2e10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfcd10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe8710 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfc910 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xecb10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xee310 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf0410 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 7 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 39 cif 0 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 0 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 40 cif 7 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 7 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfd110 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe8110 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xea810 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeaa10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeac10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xea110 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf6a10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 7 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 41 cif 0 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 0 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 42 cif 7 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 7 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xee510 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf8d10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeeb10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe3510 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe7310 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe3e10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeae10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 7 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 43 cif 0 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 0 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 44 cif 2 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 2 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf3810 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf6e10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 2 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 45 cif 2 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 2 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0x101910 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0x101010 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 2 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 46 cif 2 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 2 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeef10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf8d10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 2 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 21 07:03:58: vmx| LICENSE using: '/etc/vmware/license-4-0.esx.2.0'

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| (MKS) DeclareThread mks module=8 source=0x100000 (VM server was rebooted at about this time)

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| Accepted new connection at 20 for thread mks (0x81a5f14)

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| MKS server remote MKS connected.

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| MKS server new remote connection.

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| MKS server powering on remote display.

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| VMxfer: Waiting for version negotiation...

    Sep 21 15:11:55: mks| IPC version negotiation version: MKS returning 2.1 to mks

    Sep 21 15:11:55: mks| IPC remoteMKS-temp version: MKS returning 10.34 to mks that tried 11.6

    Sep 21 15:11:55: mks| IPC remoteMKS-temp version: MKS returning 10.34 to mks that tried 10.34

    Sep 21 15:11:55: mks| VMxfer: done.

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| Stopping VCPU threads...

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| VTHREAD destroy thread 4 "vcpu-0"

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| VTHREAD destroy thread 5 "vcpu-1"

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| Poll: double lock disable

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| LSILogic: LSILogicPowerOff: Adapter-ID:0 (0x82f1538)

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| AIOPowerOff ide0:0

    Sep 21 15:14:28: ide0:0| AIOSlave: ide0:0 exiting cleanly.

    Sep 21 15:14:28: ide0:0| VTHREAD thread 7 start exiting

    Sep 21 15:14:28: ide0:0| VTHREAD counting thread 0

    Sep 21 15:14:28: ide0:0| VTHREAD counting thread 1

    Sep 21 15:14:28: ide0:0| VTHREAD thread 7 exiting, 2 left

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| VMX IPC closed the connection with thread ide0:0 (0x82730b4)

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| AIOPowerOff Floppy

    Sep 21 15:14:28: Floppy| AIOSlave: Floppy exiting cleanly.

    Sep 21 15:14:28: Floppy| VTHREAD thread 6 start exiting

    Sep 21 15:14:28: Floppy| VTHREAD counting thread 0

    Sep 21 15:14:28: Floppy| VTHREAD counting thread 1

    Sep 21 15:14:28: Floppy| VTHREAD thread 6 exiting, 2 left

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| VMX IPC closed the connection with thread Floppy (0x8273038)

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| VMX: changing state 1 from 1873 to 1873

    Sep 21 15:14:28: mks| MKS server powering off remote display.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX: changing state 0 from 1872 to 1870

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX idle exit

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX IPC closed the connection with thread servercontrol (0x8272fbc)

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX: Remote VMControl client servercontrol disconnected.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| IPC_exit: disconnecting all threads

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX IPC closed the connection with thread MKS (0x8272f40)

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX IPC The "MKS" thread exited cleanly.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX exit.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| MXReceiveFD: thread 1 recvmsg returned 0.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| MKS IPC closed the connection with thread VMX (0x81a5e98)

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| MKS: Thread VMX exited as expected.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| Local MKS exit.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 start exiting

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| VTHREAD counting thread 0

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 exiting, 1 left

    No other VM's on the same SAN LUN had issues at this time that we know of. I understand there is a fix for timeout issues but I'd like to understand why this happened.

    Thanks for the help!

    DB:3.27:Scsi Timeout (Bsod) 9k

    Hello, I have one VM instance (server 2003 sp1) that expereineced a BSOD on Thursday, September 20th.

    Below is a copy of event viewer windows logs , we had 2 event ID 117's before the BSOD and 8 event ID 9's:

    Event Type: Error

    Event Source: symmpi

    Event Category: None

    Event ID: 117

    Date: 9/20/2007

    Time: 11:01:58 AM

    User: N/A

    Computer: APPTMSIPIA1

    Description:

    The driver for device \Device\Scsi\symmpi1 detected a port timeout due to prolonged inactivity. All associated busses were reset in an effort to clear the condition.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

    Data:

    0000: 00 00 00 00 01 00 56 00 ......V.

    0008: 00 00 00 00 75 00 04 c0 ....u..

    0010: 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    0018: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    0020: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    -

    Event Type: Error

    Event Source: symmpi

    Event Category: None

    Event ID: 9

    Date: 9/20/2007

    Time: 11:00:30 AM

    User: N/A

    Computer: APPTMSIPIA1

    Description:

    The device, \Device\Scsi\symmpi1, did not respond within the timeout period.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

    Data:

    0000: 00 00 10 00 01 00 66 00 ......f.

    0008: 00 00 00 00 09 00 04 c0 .......

    0010: 01 01 00 50 00 00 00 00 ...P....

    0018: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    0020: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    0028: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ........

    0030: 00 00 00 00 07 00 00 00 ........

    Here is a copy of the vmkwarning log from the ESX server it resides on (note we are missing logs from prior to 9/20/07 aprx 11am:

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe8210 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe8410 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfa210 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfc810 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfcb10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0x100710 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfab10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 7 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 35 cif 0 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:15:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 0 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 36 cif 7 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 7 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xef110 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf9310 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfc510 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe7c10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfc810 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xea010 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeb310 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 7 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 37 cif 0 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:16:07: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 0 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:16:45: vcpu-1| Flushing LA 0x12c000 in http://0x12b..0x7ffb0 at 0x1b:0x7c82fdba

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 38 cif 7 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 7 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf2e10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfcd10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe8710 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfc910 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xecb10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xee310 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf0410 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 7 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 39 cif 0 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:16:52: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 0 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 40 cif 7 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 7 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xfd110 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe8110 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xea810 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeaa10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeac10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xea110 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf6a10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 7 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 41 cif 0 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:17:37: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 0 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 42 cif 7 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 7 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xee510 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf8d10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeeb10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe3510 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe7310 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xe3e10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeae10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 7 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 43 cif 0 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:18:22: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 0 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 44 cif 2 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 2 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf3810 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf6e10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:19:06: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 2 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 45 cif 2 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 2 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0x101910 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0x101010 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:19:50: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 2 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Received SCSITaskMgmt request for adapter 0 TargetID 0 MsgContext 0x0 TaskType 0x4 SEQ: 46 cif 2 mfa (64:0:0)

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicVMKResetBus: 2 commands in flight

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 0, handle 3517815

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Resetting target 1, handle 3517817

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 0

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xeef10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 0 reset completed (bitmap=0x2)

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: LSILogicCmdDoneReset: adapter 0, target 1

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: Cmd 0xf8d10 completed with reset status

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: target 1 reset completed (bitmap=0x0)

    Sep 20 11:20:34: vcpu-0| LSILogic: SCSI_TASK_MANAGEMENT: adapter 0 taskType 0x4 completed for adapter 0x367c8 ioTerminated 2 Outs tanding IOs 0

    Sep 21 07:03:58: vmx| LICENSE using: '/etc/vmware/license-4-0.esx.2.0'

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| (MKS) DeclareThread mks module=8 source=0x100000 (VM server was rebooted at about this time)

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| Accepted new connection at 20 for thread mks (0x81a5f14)

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| MKS server remote MKS connected.

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| MKS server new remote connection.

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| MKS server powering on remote display.

    Sep 21 15:11:54: mks| VMxfer: Waiting for version negotiation...

    Sep 21 15:11:55: mks| IPC version negotiation version: MKS returning 2.1 to mks

    Sep 21 15:11:55: mks| IPC remoteMKS-temp version: MKS returning 10.34 to mks that tried 11.6

    Sep 21 15:11:55: mks| IPC remoteMKS-temp version: MKS returning 10.34 to mks that tried 10.34

    Sep 21 15:11:55: mks| VMxfer: done.

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| Stopping VCPU threads...

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| VTHREAD destroy thread 4 "vcpu-0"

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| VTHREAD destroy thread 5 "vcpu-1"

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| Poll: double lock disable

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| LSILogic: LSILogicPowerOff: Adapter-ID:0 (0x82f1538)

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| AIOPowerOff ide0:0

    Sep 21 15:14:28: ide0:0| AIOSlave: ide0:0 exiting cleanly.

    Sep 21 15:14:28: ide0:0| VTHREAD thread 7 start exiting

    Sep 21 15:14:28: ide0:0| VTHREAD counting thread 0

    Sep 21 15:14:28: ide0:0| VTHREAD counting thread 1

    Sep 21 15:14:28: ide0:0| VTHREAD thread 7 exiting, 2 left

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| VMX IPC closed the connection with thread ide0:0 (0x82730b4)

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| AIOPowerOff Floppy

    Sep 21 15:14:28: Floppy| AIOSlave: Floppy exiting cleanly.

    Sep 21 15:14:28: Floppy| VTHREAD thread 6 start exiting

    Sep 21 15:14:28: Floppy| VTHREAD counting thread 0

    Sep 21 15:14:28: Floppy| VTHREAD counting thread 1

    Sep 21 15:14:28: Floppy| VTHREAD thread 6 exiting, 2 left

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| VMX IPC closed the connection with thread Floppy (0x8273038)

    Sep 21 15:14:28: vmx| VMX: changing state 1 from 1873 to 1873

    Sep 21 15:14:28: mks| MKS server powering off remote display.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX: changing state 0 from 1872 to 1870

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX idle exit

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX IPC closed the connection with thread servercontrol (0x8272fbc)

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX: Remote VMControl client servercontrol disconnected.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| IPC_exit: disconnecting all threads

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX IPC closed the connection with thread MKS (0x8272f40)

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX IPC The "MKS" thread exited cleanly.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: vmx| VMX exit.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| MXReceiveFD: thread 1 recvmsg returned 0.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| MKS IPC closed the connection with thread VMX (0x81a5e98)

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| MKS: Thread VMX exited as expected.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| Local MKS exit.

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 start exiting

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| VTHREAD counting thread 0

    Sep 21 15:14:30: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 exiting, 1 left

    No other VM's on the same SAN LUN had issues at this time that we know of. I understand there is a fix for timeout issues but I'd like to understand why this happened.

    Thanks for the help!

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    DB:3.27:Single Vcpu? fm


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    kb.vmware.com/kb/1013428

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    DB:3.27:How To P2v Multi-Proc Box To Uni-Proc Without Doing A Hal Downgrade? jj


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    Now to my dilemma, I am trying to modify the HAL from Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) PC to ACPI Uniprocessor PC on W2k3 server SP1. I've installed the hotfix and when I go through the process I don't have the option to select the ACPI Uniprocessor HAL..?

    Cheers

    Found this handy little tool have tried it and works....

    http://www.hardware.info/en-US/news/ym2cmZqYwp2a/Problems_updating_to_a_dualcore_CPU_Not_anymore/

    VCP,MCSE NT4/W2k/W2k3, MCSA W2k3

    Message was edited by: russjar

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    UPDATE: This appears to be a GRUB issue. The current beta of SkyOS uses build 0.92.

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    Dec 28 20:52:33: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED C:/ob/bora-18463/bora/devices/floppy/floppy.c:2561 bugNr=12499

    Dec 28 20:52:33: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| -

    Backtrace using dbghelp.dll----

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| Module path: C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| Module directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\binDec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| backtrace\[00] ebp 0x13ffeaa0 eip 0x00436ada params 0x0043ac30 0000000000 0x13ffeec4 0x00413d5d \[C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00035ada] (no symbol information)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| backtrace\[01] ebp 0x13ffeab0 eip 0x0043b366 params 0000000000 0x13ffeac4 0x11ff0000 0x5f544f4e \[C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0003a366] (no symbol information)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| backtrace\[02] ebp 0x13ffeec4 eip 0x00413d5d params 0x006752d0 0x006ca1c0 0x00000a01 0x000030d3 \[C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00012d5d] (no symbol information)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| backtrace\[03] ebp 0x13ffeef4 eip 0x004f5d46 params 0x11c3e618 0x11cb03f5 0x00000001 0x00000001 \[C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x000f4d46] (no symbol information)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| backtrace\[04] ebp 0x13ffff38 eip 0x005b1297 params 0000000000 0x00000001 0000000000 0x00000142 \[C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001b0297] (no symbol information)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| backtrace\[05] ebp 0x13ffff54 eip 0x005af633 params 0x11c19708 0x11cbd800 0x00000142 0x00000001 \[C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001ae633] (no symbol information)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| backtrace\[06] ebp 0x13ffff80 eip 0x005b7fcb params 0x9e000000 0x13ffffb8 0x0043b927 0000000000 \[C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001b6fcb] (no symbol information)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| backtrace\[07] ebp 0x13ffff8c eip 0x005af66c params 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0x0012fc90 \[C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001ae66c] (no symbol information)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| backtrace\[08] ebp 0x13ffffb8 eip 0x0043b927 params 0x0012fc90 0000000000 0000000000 0x0012fc90 \[C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0003a927] (no symbol information)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| backtrace\[09] ebp 0x13ffffec eip 0x7d4e0729 params 0x0043b8d0 0x0012fc90 0000000000 0000000000 \[C:\WINDOWS\syswow64\kernel32.dll base 0x7d4c0000 0x0001:0x00010729] (FlsSetValue + 0x0136)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| -

    End of backtrace----

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| Win32 object usage: GDI 13, USER 11

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| W32Util_CoreDump: faking exception to get context

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Writing minidump to C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\VMware\vmware-vmx-352.dmp

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x00400000 size 0x004fc000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00000000 timestamp 0x437e43ea

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.5.0.18463

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7d600000 size 0x000f0000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000c2d24 timestamp 0x42437794

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ntdll.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7d4c0000 size 0x00130000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000f6488 timestamp 0x42437794

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\kernel32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7c340000 size 0x00056000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0005f1e9 timestamp 0x3e561eac

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\msvcr71.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 7.10.3052.4

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7d930000 size 0x000d0000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00095137 timestamp 0x42437794

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\user32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7d800000 size 0x00090000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000494c8 timestamp 0x434485dc

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\gdi32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.2542

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77f50000 size 0x0009c000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000a2a8b timestamp 0x424377b4

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\advapi32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7da20000 size 0x000e0000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000a039b timestamp 0x42437794

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\rpcrt4.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77670000 size 0x00134000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0013917b timestamp 0x42df1563

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\ole32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.2492

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77ba0000 size 0x0005a000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0006288a timestamp 0x4243785e

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\msvcrt.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 7.0.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x748d0000 size 0x00008000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00012876 timestamp 0x3e8024aa

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\cfgmgr32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.0

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x770e0000 size 0x0010a000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0010c453 timestamp 0x424377d1

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\setupapi.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x71c00000 size 0x00017000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00019cee timestamp 0x424377ed

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ws2_32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x71bf0000 size 0x00008000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000110a3 timestamp 0x424377ee

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ws2help.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77d00000 size 0x0008c000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00090337 timestamp 0x424377dd

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\oleaut32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x722c0000 size 0x0002a000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002e160 timestamp 0x424377ca

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\dinput.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.3.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76aa0000 size 0x0002d000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002de7d timestamp 0x424377f8

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\winmm.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73e50000 size 0x0005e000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0005c958 timestamp 0x424377fd

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\dsound.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.3.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77b90000 size 0x00008000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000ed95 timestamp 0x424377d6

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\version.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x5e8d0000 size 0x000ce000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000b3970 timestamp 0x424377e5

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\opengl32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x68720000 size 0x00020000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002153a timestamp 0x424377b0

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\glu32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73860000 size 0x0004c000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00050ffa timestamp 0x424377b3

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ddraw.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.3.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73b30000 size 0x00006000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000e248 timestamp 0x3e8024b0

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\dciman32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.0

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76280000 size 0x00005000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000d807 timestamp 0x3e80249f

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\msimg32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.0

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x690d0000 size 0x0000d000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00000000 timestamp 0x437e4322

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\ntwrap.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.5.0.18463

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7dee0000 size 0x00060000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0001c30c timestamp 0x42437794

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\imm32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7dbc0000 size 0x00009000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000064a5 timestamp 0x42437794

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\lpk.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x75490000 size 0x00061000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0005edc9 timestamp 0x424377d8

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\usp10.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 1.422.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x766d0000 size 0x00009000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00011ea0 timestamp 0x424377da

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\shfolder.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 6.0.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77da0000 size 0x00052000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0005e39f timestamp 0x436f2a31

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\shlwapi.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 6.0.3790.2564

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7dbd0000 size 0x00103000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00101403 timestamp 0x42437794

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\WinSxS\WOW64_Microsoft.Windows.Common-Controls_6595b64144ccf1df_6.0.3790.1830_x-ww_0213CDC8\comctl32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 6.0.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7d8d0000 size 0x00050000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00013cc6 timestamp 0x42437794

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\secur32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77e00000 size 0x00022000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000292a1 timestamp 0x424377ef

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ntmarta.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x5ccf0000 size 0x0000f000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0001af56 timestamp 0x424377ca

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\samlib.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76f10000 size 0x0002e000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00036e6c timestamp 0x424377db

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wldap32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x777b0000 size 0x00083000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00087842 timestamp 0x42df155f

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\clbcatq.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 2001.12.4720.2492

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77010000 size 0x000c6000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000c4402 timestamp 0x3e802499

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\comres.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 2001.12.4720.0

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x74cf0000 size 0x00009000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000655f timestamp 0x424377e5

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wbem\wbemprox.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x750f0000 size 0x0003a000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000456ab timestamp 0x424377df

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wbem\wbemcomn.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x12060000 size 0x002c5000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x002cec28 timestamp 0x42435ac7

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\xpsp2res.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x74ce0000 size 0x0000e000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000abc0 timestamp 0x3e8024a8

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wbem\wbemsvc.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.0

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x75550000 size 0x00079000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0007e422 timestamp 0x424377ac

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wbem\fastprox.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x11f20000 size 0x00065000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00069183 timestamp 0x42435e42

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\msvcp60.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 7.0.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x766f0000 size 0x00015000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000202fb timestamp 0x424377e4

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ntdsapi.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76ed0000 size 0x00029000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002b7fe timestamp 0x424377dd

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\dnsapi.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x71c40000 size 0x00058000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00064be3 timestamp 0x424377c8

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\netapi32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x68000000 size 0x0002f000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0003c544 timestamp 0x42435bbf

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\rsaenh.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76b70000 size 0x0000b000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00011212 timestamp 0x424377dd

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\psapi.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73aa0000 size 0x00015000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00019f6c timestamp 0x42c22f63

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\mscms.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.2476

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73070000 size 0x00027000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002d9ce timestamp 0x424377d1

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\winspool.drv

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x5b130000 size 0x00042000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00048b19 timestamp 0x42c22f63

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\icm32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.2476

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76bb0000 size 0x0002b000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00031dff timestamp 0x424377d5

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wintrust.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.131.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x761b0000 size 0x00093000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000a075a timestamp 0x424377ff

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\crypt32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.131.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76190000 size 0x00012000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00010427 timestamp 0x42437806

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\msasn1.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76c10000 size 0x00029000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00034312 timestamp 0x424377c9

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\imagehlp.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x72d70000 size 0x00009000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000beb3 timestamp 0x424377e9

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\wdmaud.drv

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x72d60000 size 0x00008000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000e5fb timestamp 0x424377fb

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\msacm32.drv

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77b70000 size 0x00014000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0001870e timestamp 0x424377fa

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\msacm32.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77b60000 size 0x00007000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000af51 timestamp 0x424377c9

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\midimap.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x19e80000 size 0x000c1000

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000bd9f7 timestamp 0x3e385156

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| image file C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\dbghelp.dll

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| file version 6.1.17.2

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2944

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2612

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2908

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2608

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 972

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 328

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2940

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2708

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 3004

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED C:/ob/bora-18463/bora/devices/floppy/floppy.c:2561 bugNr=12499

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| \[msg.panic.haveLog] A log file is available in "E:\Virtual PCs\SkyOS\vmware.log". \[msg.panic.haveCore] A core file is available in "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\VMware\vmware-vmx-352.dmp". \[msg.panic.requestSupport.withLogAndCore] Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file. \[msg.panic.requestSupport.win32]

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run cscript vm-support.vbs.

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| \[msg.panic.response] We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Dec 28 20:52:34: vcpu-0| \----

    DB:3.27:Skyos + No Floppy = Panic (Bugnr 12499) 78


    It happens when READ command is sent to non-existing floppy. Guests should first verify whether adapter has floppy connected before issuing read commands...

    Yes, it probably should not panic, controller should probably report that floppy does not answer after some timeout.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.27

    DB:3.27:Workstation 11 And Serious Sound Issues 11



    I recently upgraded from WS10 to WS11 and my Windows VMs had an considerable decrease in sound quality. The sound was distorted and not clear in my Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64-bit system.

    I have found the KB http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2012007 with instructions to change the Sound/Speaker setting from 16-bit@44100 to 24-bit@44100.

    But doing this Workstation 11 crashes and VM is suddenly powered off...

    An error message is shown saying: "VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0) vcpu-0| I120+ Unexpected signal: 11"

    And the log file shows this:

    2015-02-13T08:26:24.523-02:00| vcpu-3| I120: Stream 7FAC7C02A8C0 creating
    2015-02-13T08:26:24.525-02:00| vthread-15| I120: Stream 7FAC7C02A8C0 ready
    2015-02-13T08:26:24.533-02:00| vcpu-0| I120: SoundPulseStartStream: Starting/resuming Pulseaudio sound stream 7FAC7C02A8C0.
    2015-02-13T08:26:24.621-02:00| vcpu-3| I120: SoundPulseStopAbortStream: Stopping Pulseaudio sound stream 7FAC7C02A8C0
    2015-02-13T08:26:24.639-02:00| vthread-15| I120: SoundPulseStreamDrainCompleteCB: Pulse stream 7FAC7C02A8C0 drained/flushed
    2015-02-13T08:26:24.639-02:00| vthread-15| I120: SoundPulseStreamDrainCompleteCB: Pulse stream 7FAC7C02A8C0 disconnected
    2015-02-13T08:26:39.774-02:00| vmx| A115: ConfigDB: Setting unity.wasCapable = "FALSE"
    2015-02-13T08:26:39.822-02:00| vmx| I120: GuestRpc: Got error for connection 6:Remote connection failure
    2015-02-13T08:26:39.843-02:00| vmx| I120: GuestRpc: Got error for connection 7:Remote connection failure
    2015-02-13T08:26:39.843-02:00| vcpu-0| I120: GuestRpc: Channel 1, unable to send an rpc.
    2015-02-13T08:26:39.843-02:00| vcpu-0| I120: GuestRpc: Reinitializing Channel 1(toolbox-dnd)
    2015-02-13T08:26:39.968-02:00| vcpu-1| I120: Stream 7FAC84018810 creating
    2015-02-13T08:26:39.971-02:00| vthread-15| I120: Stream 7FAC84018810 ready
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| W110: Caught signal 11 -- tid 4171 (addr 0)
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SIGNAL: rip 0x0 rsp 0x7faca3110bf8 rbp 0x4
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SIGNAL: rax 0x0 rbx 0x3babe88 rcx 0x18 rdx 0xc9b860 rsi 0x7faca3110ca0 rdi 0x7fac98010e50
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: r8 0x39a52a8 r9 0x3958fd0 r10 0x0 r11 0x3246 r12 0x164 r13 0x7fad36d71ec0 r14 0x384b3a0 r15 0x7fad36d71ec0
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SIGNAL: stack 7FACA3110BF8 : 0x0000000000738a2d 0x00007fad36dd4568
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SIGNAL: stack 7FACA3110C08 : 0x00007fad36dd4578 0x0000000436cfe018
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SIGNAL: stack 7FACA3110C18 : 0x0000000003ba7930 0x0000000003ba7930
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SIGNAL: stack 7FACA3110C28 : 0x00007fad36d3c3c0 0x0000000000000004
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SIGNAL: stack 7FACA3110C38 : 0x000000040068cdff 0x00007fad36d71ec0
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SIGNAL: stack 7FACA3110C48 : 0x00007fac84005c20 0x00000000013cd400
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SIGNAL: stack 7FACA3110C58 : 0x0000000001606740 0x00007fad36d3c3c0
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SIGNAL: stack 7FACA3110C68 : 0xffffffffffffffff 0x00007fad36d2af00
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace:
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace[0] 00007faca3110520 rip=00000000004f306e rbx=00000000004f2e40 rbp=0000000000000000 r12=00007faca3111650 r13=00007faca3110c78 r14=00007faca3110c78 r15=000000000000000b
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace[1] 00007faca3110550 rip=0000000000462c89 rbx=000000000000000b rbp=0000000000000004 r12=00007faca3111650 r13=00007faca3110c78 r14=00007faca3110c78 r15=000000000000000b
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace[2] 00007faca3110640 rip=00007fad3653f340 rbx=0000000003babe88 rbp=0000000000000004 r12=0000000000000164 r13=00007fad36d71ec0 r14=000000000384b3a0 r15=00007fad36d71ec0
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace[3] 00007faca3110bf8 rip=0000000000000000 rbx=0000000003babe88 rbp=0000000000000004 r12=0000000000000164 r13=00007fad36d71ec0 r14=000000000384b3a0 r15=00007fad36d71ec0
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SymBacktrace[0] 00007faca3110520 rip=00000000004f306e in function (null) in object /usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx loaded at 0000000000400000
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.007]| vcpu-0| I120: SymBacktrace[1] 00007faca3110550 rip=0000000000462c89 in function (null) in object /usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx loaded at 0000000000400000
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.008]| vcpu-0| I120: SymBacktrace[2] 00007faca3110640 rip=00007fad3653f340 in function (null) in object /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0 loaded at 00007fad3652f000
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.008]| vcpu-0| I120: SymBacktrace[3] 00007faca3110bf8 rip=0000000000000000
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.008]| vcpu-0| I120: Unexpected signal: 11.
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.008]| vcpu-0| W110:
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.008]| vcpu-0| W110+ The core dump limit is set to ZERO; no core dump should be expected
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.015]| vcpu-0| W110: Child process 4201 failed to dump core (status 0x6).
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.015]| vcpu-0| W110: Writing monitor corefile "/home/fabio/VMware_VMs/Desktop7/vmmcores.gz"
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.018]| vcpu-0| W110: Dumping core for vcpu-0
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.018]| vcpu-0| I120: Beginning monitor coredump
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.552]| vcpu-0| I120: End monitor coredump
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.018]| vcpu-0| I120: Beginning monitor coredump
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.552]| vcpu-0| I120: End monitor coredump
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.552]| vcpu-0| W110: Dumping core for vcpu-1
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+0.552]| vcpu-0| I120: Beginning monitor coredump
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+1.078]| vcpu-0| I120: End monitor coredump
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+1.078]| vcpu-0| W110: Dumping core for vcpu-2
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+1.078]| vcpu-0| I120: Beginning monitor coredump
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+1.600]| vcpu-0| I120: End monitor coredump
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+1.600]| vcpu-0| W110: Dumping core for vcpu-3
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+1.600]| vcpu-0| I120: Beginning monitor coredump
    2015-02-13T08:26:39-02:00[+2.128]| vcpu-0| I120: End monitor coredump
    2015-02-13T08:26:42.518-02:00| mks| W110: Panic in progress... ungrabbing
    2015-02-13T08:26:42.518-02:00| mks| I120: MKS: Release starting (panic).
    2015-02-13T08:26:42.521-02:00| mks| I120: MKS: Release finished (panic).
    2015-02-13T08:26:42.526-02:00| mks| W110: Panic in progress... ungrabbing
    2015-02-13T08:26:42.526-02:00| mks| I120: MKS: Release starting (panic).
    2015-02-13T08:26:42.526-02:00| mks| I120: MKS: Release finished (panic).
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.316]| vcpu-0| I120: Coredump encountered overflow 3817:3817 (635 duplicates)
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace:
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace[0] 00007faca3110020 rip=00000000004f306e rbx=00000000004f2e40 rbp=0000000000000000 r12=0000000000000001 r13=00007faca3110c78 r14=00007faca3110c78 r15=000000000000000b
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace[1] 00007faca3110050 rip=00000000004ce229 rbx=00007faca3110070 rbp=00000000014c4260 r12=0000000000000001 r13=00007faca3110c78 r14=00007faca3110c78 r15=000000000000000b
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace[2] 00007faca3110550 rip=0000000000462cd8 rbx=000000000000000b rbp=00007faca3110580 r12=00007faca3111650 r13=00007faca3110c78 r14=00007faca3110c78 r15=000000000000000b
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace[3] 00007faca3110640 rip=00007fad3653f340 rbx=0000000003babe88 rbp=0000000000000004 r12=0000000000000164 r13=00007fad36d71ec0 r14=000000000384b3a0 r15=00007fad36d71ec0
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: Backtrace[4] 00007faca3110bf8 rip=0000000000000000 rbx=0000000003babe88 rbp=0000000000000004 r12=0000000000000164 r13=00007fad36d71ec0 r14=000000000384b3a0 r15=00007fad36d71ec0
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: SymBacktrace[0] 00007faca3110020 rip=00000000004f306e in function (null) in object /usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx loaded at 0000000000400000
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: SymBacktrace[1] 00007faca3110050 rip=00000000004ce229 in function (null) in object /usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx loaded at 0000000000400000
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: SymBacktrace[2] 00007faca3110550 rip=0000000000462cd8 in function (null) in object /usr/lib/vmware/bin/vmware-vmx loaded at 0000000000400000
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: SymBacktrace[3] 00007faca3110640 rip=00007fad3653f340 in function (null) in object /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0 loaded at 00007fad3652f000
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: SymBacktrace[4] 00007faca3110bf8 rip=0000000000000000
    2015-02-13T08:26:42-02:00[+0.643]| vcpu-0| I120: Msg_Post: Error

    Anymore else having this issues?

    Regards,

    DB:3.27:Workstation 11 And Serious Sound Issues 11


    1) Shutdown de Virtual Machine and remove it from Inventory

    2) Open the .VMX file and delete the following line:

    sound.virtualDev = "hdaudio"

    This was sugested by VMware Support and It worked for me.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.26

    DB:3.26:Vsmp Issues With Vmware Server 1.0.2 + 4x 2.0ghz Cores 8s



    My new server has 2x dual-cores (4 cores total).

    The VMs were created on a P4 machine and then moved to this new server.

    Recreating the VMs and reinstalling the OSes is not an option.

    When assigned only one vCPU with affinity, the VMs run fine.

    There is a performance drop if affinity is not added.

    However, if I assign more than one vCPU to a guest, performance degrades greatly to unusable levels.

    CPU usage at VM startup is high (30-100% depending on affinity).

    CPU usage with VM idle is 5-16% inside the VM and things are jumpy inside the VM's Task Manager process view.

    The problem is exasberated if affinity is not added.

    Can anyone give me some insights as to the problems?

    Host:

    W2k3 64bit R2

    2x 2212 2.0Ghz opteron

    16GB RAM

    VMware Server 1.0.2

    Guests:

    WinXP W2k3 32bit server

    3.6GB RAM

    DB:3.26:Vsmp Issues With Vmware Server 1.0.2 + 4x 2.0ghz Cores 8s


    Then, do not run console but RDP directly to the

    guest.

    BTW, how do you measure that performance?

    There are things for which I need to use the

    console.

    Sporadically - yes.

    I benchmark using Winrar and Sisandra.

    Performance under RDP is fine.

    Unless you are benchmarking video performance, what results are you getting using Winrar in console and under RDP? Winrar should stress CPU, memory and maybe disk subsystem.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.26

    DB:3.26:100 % Cpu Usage During Backup ----[Vmware Vcenter - Alarm Alarm.Vmcpuusagealarm] Alarm.Vmcpuusagealarm Changed Status From Green To Red 1f



    Hi All,

    We have backupexec software that does agent based backup of few servers as required by the company (we have store level backup for other vms).

    We have configured vCenter Alarm to alert us when vCPU is ablove 90 % for more than 10 MIn (Red metric Is above 90%). During nightly backup Bancup software uses

    100 % vCPU and creates alerts to our oncall mobile. Any suggestions on how to handel better in this kind of issues?

    Thanks

    DB:3.26:100 % Cpu Usage During Backup ----[Vmware Vcenter - Alarm Alarm.Vmcpuusagealarm] Alarm.Vmcpuusagealarm Changed Status From Green To Red 1f


    We have seen this a few times during backups on servers with lots of disk space and backup exec.

    Its Symantec what can you expect.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.24

    DB:3.24:Assert Error? zj



    I tried to boot off an experimental OS and I received the following assertion failiure in the vmware.log file.

    ASSERT F(554):1161 - when in debug mode

    \-- Normal log --

    Jul 06 21:46:51: vcpu-0| MONITOR PANIC: NOT_IMPLEMENTED

    Jul 06 21:46:51: vcpu-0| Core dump with build build-8848

    Jul 06 21:46:51: vcpu-0| Writing monitor corefile ...

    Jul 06 21:46:51: vcpu-0| Setting vaddr to 0

    Jul 06 21:46:51: vcpu-0| Beginning monitor coredump

    Jul 06 21:46:51: vcpu-0| End monitor coredump

    Jul 06 21:46:51: vcpu-0| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 401000

    Jul 06 21:46:52: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Jul 06 21:46:52: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.monpanic] *** VMware Workstation internal monitor error ***

    Jul 06 21:46:52: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED at 13e2 (8848)

    Can anyone tell me what this error is about?

    DB:3.24:Assert Error? zj


    Well I found it seems its a BIOS implementation issue some BIOS dont support the calls we were making.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.21

    DB:3.21:Trouble Upgrading From 4.0.5 To 4.5.1 jz



    I have downloaded and installed the new Vware Workstation 4.5.1 for Linux. The host is running on Redhat Enterprise Linux 3. I am running a WindowsXP client. The 4.0.5 version was running without issues, however the 4.5.1 version is giving me the following errror when trying to start the XP client machine

    VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    ASSERT F(767):985 bugNr=3965

    A log file is available in "/local/vmachines/winXPPro/vmware.log". A core file is available in "/local/vmachines/winXPPro/core.24905". Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file. We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    A portion of the vmware.log follows.

    Mar 18 14:06:50: vmx| XINFO DGA acceleration supported

    Mar 18 14:06:50: vmx| XINFO DGA pixmap supported

    Mar 18 14:06:50: vmx| XINFO DGA 3200x1165x14336, fbSize 16701440, flags 0x1f

    Mar 18 14:06:50: vmx| XINFO DGA FB offset 0

    Mar 18 14:06:50: vmx| KHBKL: Unable to parse keystring at: ''

    Mar 18 14:06:50: vmx| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 18 14:06:50: vcpu-0| sz=2981856

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xfd000000(0x00000000) and 0xfc000000(0x00000000)

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 32768 bytes)

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VBIOS OPROM

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xfd000000(0xfd000000) and 0xfc000000(0xfc000000)

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VLANCE OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 65536 bytes)

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VLANCE OPROM

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xfd000000(0xfd000000) and 0xfc000000(0xfc000000)

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 32768 bytes)

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VBIOS OPROM

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xfd000000(0xfd000000) and 0xfc000000(0xfc000000)

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x1440 (0x0000)

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xfd000000(0xfd000000) and 0xfc000000(0xfc000000)

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| SVGA: Bad SetMode: 0x1068000 0x1000000 bpl 14336, height 200, offset 0, newsize 17203200

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| ASSERT F(767):985 bugNr=3965

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace[0] 0xb0bfb8b8 eip 0x805a99c

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace[1] 0xb0bfb948 eip 0x80ef935

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace[2] 0xb0bfb968 eip 0x80efb4b

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace[3] 0xb0bfb978 eip 0x80ee8a6

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace[4] 0xb0bfb998 eip 0x80ed8fd

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace[5] 0xb0bfb9b8 eip 0x808ee98

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace[6] 0xb0bfb9d8 eip 0x808e46a

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace[7] 0xb0bfba08 eip 0x80989bc

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace[8] 0xb0bfba28 eip 0x808e55c

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace[9] 0xb0bfba98 eip 0x81ce923

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[10] 0xb0bfbb0c eip 0xb75a6dac

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Backtrace\[11] 00000000 eip 0xb73d2a8a

    Mar 18 14:06:51: vcpu-0| Dumping core...

    Mar 18 14:06:52: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Mar 18 14:06:52: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Mar 18 14:06:52: vcpu-0| ASSERT F(767):985 bugNr=3965

    Mar 18 14:06:52: vcpu-0| \[msg.panic.haveLog] A log file is available in "/local/vmachines/winXPPro/vmware.log". \[msg.panic.haveCore] A core file is available in "/local/vmachines/winXPPro/core.24905". \[msg.panic.requestSupport.withLogAndCore] Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file. \[msg.panic.response] We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Mar 18 14:06:52: vcpu-0| \----

    Has anyone else had this problem with 4.5.1?

    DB:3.21:Trouble Upgrading From 4.0.5 To 4.5.1 jz


    You are using too big videomode on the host.

    You can add 'mks.noDGA = "TRUE"' into ~/.vmware/config. But it will disable fullscreen mode. There is also other workaround, but you should contact support directly to get it (if I remember bug number correctly then Daryll said yesterday in some other posting that he has to ask for permission to publish it...).

    I also believe that using GSX3.0 instead of WS4.5.1 will fix your crash, but it is a bit expensive solution.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.18

    DB:3.18:Vcpu Ready Time Value Measuring 7c



    Hi there,

    Were reviewing the current performance of various VM's we have in particular "CPU ready time" to assess if the VM's have too many CPU's/CPU contention and utilization of the host.

    I've looked at several documents on the web which discuss about CPU ready time and alot advise the practice is something within the range of 5-10% CPU summation value which is calculated based on formula provided in the VMware links (VMware KB: Converting between CPU summation and CPU % ready values ).

    So based on this document if we have a VM that has 1vCPU vs. 4vCPU or 8vCPU the threshold for "CPU ready time summation" is still 5-10% based on the "CPU summation value" which in most in the past we check anything thats between 1000-2000ms (1000 / (20s * 1000)) * 100 = 5%-10% CPU ready) has issues.

    But after recently reading an additional blog (CPU Ready Time in VMware and How to Interpret its Real Meaning - Jonathan Kehayias) were confused since it mentions the below which has got us confused:

    At one point VMware had a recommendation that anything over 5% ready time per vCPU was something to monitor. In my experience for a SMP SQL VM, anything over 5% per vCPU is typically a warning level and anything over 10% per vCPU is critical. The reason this specifically says per vCPU is that each vCPU allocates 100% to the VMs scheduling total, so a 4 vCPU VM would have a scheduling total of 400%. A 10% CPU Ready on a 4 vCPU VM only equates to 2.5% per vCPU. If this isnt already complex, it gets worse.

    can anyone help to clarify.... is it the same rule of thum if 1vCPU, 2vCPU or 8vCPU based on the "CPU summation value" it should be within 1000-200ms (5-10%) or is the figure dependent on the no. vCPUs?

    Much appreciated.

    DB:3.18:Vcpu Ready Time Value Measuring 7c

    can anyone help to clarify.... is it the same rule of thum if 1vCPU, 2vCPU or 8vCPU based on the "CPU summation value" it should be within 1000-200ms (5-10%) or is the figure dependent on the no. vCPUs?

    The CPU summation value measured in milliseconds that you see in vCenter performance charts is the total for the whole VM with all its vCPUs. As so yes, it does depend on the number of vCPUs.

    Consider the following:

    A VM with 1 vCPU havinga summation value of 1000ms spent 5% of the time waiting to be execute instructions on a CPU. A VM with 2 vCPUs with 1000ms total only spent 2.5% waiting because each vCPU counts separately. A VM with 4 vCPUs only 1.25% etc etc.

    The %RDY value you see in (r)esxtop also depends on the number of vCPUs the same way. 2 vCPUs provide 200% of scheduling opportunities, so 10%RDY on a 2vCPU VM aren't as bad as on a 1 vCPU VM.

    This comment sums it up nicely as well:

    http://www.yellow-bricks.com/2010/01/05/esxtop-valuesthresholds/#comment-5861

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.16

    DB:3.16:Extra Vcpu Core For Unity Connection 8.X cd



    Hi,

    I understand that an additional ESX vCPU is required for 20K OVA resulting in total of 8. (7+1).  Do 1K, 5K, and 10K OVAs also require an additional vCPU for ESX?

    Thanks

    James

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.15

    DB:3.15:Vcpu Allocation - Quick Question k1



    if i have 3 unused VCPU's can i just power down the VM and add them?

    also i have some USED VCPU's that i wish to steal from an active VM, if i power it down can i then move them?

    any response would be greatly appreciated, as we are having issues that are conflicting our work.

    thanks!

    DB:3.15:Vcpu Allocation - Quick Question k1


    Unless you configure CPU affinity for the VM's (i.e. pin the VMs to dedicated vCPUs), you can overcommit CPU resources as already mentioned by weinstein5. The most that can happen is that the individual VM's performance will decrease in case all the VMs max out the vCPUs. You may want to read https://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/techpaper/VMware-vSphere-CPU-Sched-Perf.pdf for further details.

    Andr

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.15

    DB:3.15:Vcpu Allocation mc



    Hello All,

    I have setup 5 VM's with 24 Core cpu's.Physical cpu is having 12 cores. So how VM will manage this what pef issues i can face.

    Regards

    Ankit

    DB:3.15:Vcpu Allocation mc


    Andre's link above explains how CPU scheduling is handled quite nicely.

    In short - what will happen is that each VM simply waits its turn to access the CPU / Core and then accesses it - much the way an application would wait its turn.

    As long as all of your VMs are not running CPU intensive processes at the same time, you should be OK. 24 vCPUs hosted on 12 Cores should generally still perform OK.

    Interestingly, depedning on the version of ESX you are running, you may find that your VMs perform better of you only allocate 1 vCPU per VM, rather than 2 (or 4 or 8)

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.15

    DB:3.15:Blank Screen When Starting Vm a7



    Help appreciated!

    What Happens:

    - Start VM, VMWare logo shows, Windows Server 2003 logo shows, little progress bar goes left to right about 6 times, blank (black) screen (no cursor, nothing). Intermittently, get prompted to install VMWare tools.

    History:

    - Been using Workstation version 5.0.0 build - 13124 for about a year.

    - About 7 days ago, ran short on disk space. Expanded the vm hard disk (.vmdk) to 15 Gb. Ran the system a few times after with no issues.

    - About 5 days ago, lost admin access to my machine. It was restored. Ran VM with no issues.

    - About 3 days ago, created a new disk using the 5 Gb of new space, assigned it drive letter D (after bumping 2 DVD/CD drives up a letter; E F respectively).

    That would have been Friday. Copied a bunch of my project files over to the new drive. Usually suspend guest os, and hibernate host os, but may have shut down either/both, since it was weekend.

    What I've tried/planning:

    - removing everything except the 2 .vmdk files (1 is *flat.vmdk) and creating new vm using existing .vmdk.

    Log File:

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| Log for VMware Workstation pid=1396 version=5.0.0 build=build-13124 option=Release

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| Command line: "C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe" "-@" "pipe=.\pipe\vmx6ea8b9ae1547f842; vm=6ea8b9ae1547f842" "C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\winnetenterprise.vmx"

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| UI Connecting to pipe '.\pipe\vmx6ea8b9ae1547f842' with user '(null)'

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| CPU #0 TSC = 13064499690859

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| TSC delta 0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| VMMon_GetkHzEstimate: Calculated 1598642 kHz

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| pcpu #0 CPUID numEntries=2 GenuntelineI

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| pcpu #0 CPUID version=0x695 id1.edx=0xa7e9f9bf id1.ecx=0x180 id1.ebx=0x816

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| pcpu #0 CPUID id80.eax=80000004 id81.edx=0x0 id81.ecx=0x0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| CPUID id1.edx: 0xa7e9f9bf id1.ecx: 0x180 id81.edx: 0 id81.ecx: 0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| changing directory to C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\.

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| Config file: C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\winnetenterprise.vmx

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| LOG failed to remove C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\vmware-2.log failed: The system cannot find the file specified

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| VMXVmdbCbVmVmxExecState: Exec state change requested to state poweredOn without reset

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| PowerOn

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| HOST Windows version 5.1, build 2600, platform 2, "Service Pack 2"

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT --- USER PREFERENCES

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT prefvmx.mru.config = C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\winnetenterprise.vmx;C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\winnetstandard.vmx;F:\Office 2003.WinXP\KDThex@Internal.Productivity 2003.WinXP.vmx;C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\Office 2003.WinXP\KDThex@Internal.Productivity 2003.WinXP.vmx;C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\W2.3K Dev 2\winnetstandard.vmx;C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\WXP Prd\KDThex@Internal.Productivity 2003.WinXP\KDThex@Internal.Productivity 2003.WinXP.vmx;G:\Kevins Stuff\Clients\Dell.Employee\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\W2.3K Dev 2\winnetstandard.vmx;C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\W2.3K Dev\winnetstandard.vmx;

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT hint.leaveFullScreen = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.autoFitFullScreen = fitHostToGuest

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.allowInsanePkgs = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.kvm = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.view.navBar.type = favorites

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.view.homepage = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest0.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest0.destString =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest0.user =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest1.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest1.destString =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest1.user =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest2.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest2.destString =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest2.user =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest3.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest3.destString =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest3.user =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest4.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest4.destString =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest4.user =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest5.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest5.destString =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest5.user =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest6.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest6.destString =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest6.user =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest7.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest7.destString =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest7.user =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.placement.right = -232

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.placement.bottom = 1016

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.tip.index = 4

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT prefvmx.mru.suspended =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.autoFitGuestToWindow = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.view.navBar = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.currentObj.path =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.currentObj.type = home

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj0.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj0.name = Home

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj1.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj1.type = vm

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj1.path = /vm/#b2dd976a299dfbd8/

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj1.file = C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\winnetstandard.vmx

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj1.name = VS 2005.Win 2003

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj.maxNum = 1

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.placement.left = -1456

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.placement.top = 108

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.snapshotManager.left = -1333

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.snapshotManager.top = 356

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.snapshotManager.right = -783

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.snapshotManager.bottom = 836

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj2.present = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj2.name = Home

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj3.present = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj3.type = vm

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj3.path = /vm/#b2dd976a299dfbd8/

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj3.file = C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\winnetstandard.vmx

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj3.name = VS 2005.Win 2003

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj0.type = home

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj0.path =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj0.file =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj2.type = home

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj2.path =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj2.file =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT webUpdate.checkLast = 1174190693

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj4.present = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj4.type = vm

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj4.path = /vm/#b2dd976a299dfbd8/

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj4.file = C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\winnetstandard.vmx

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj4.name = VS 2005.Win 2003

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj5.present = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj5.type = vm

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj5.path = /vm/#65e4c8c0d2e0cd0d/

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj5.file = F:\Office 2003.WinXP\KDThex@Internal.Productivity 2003.WinXP.vmx

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj5.name = Office 2003.WinXP

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.tip.startup = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT hint.guestos.xp = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT hint.buslogic.needDriver = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT hint.vmui.poweroff = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.view.statusBar = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.view.tabs = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.view.toolbars.power = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.view.toolbars.snapshot = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT pref.view.toolbars.view = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT --- USER DEFAULTS

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT --- HOST DEFAULTS

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT --- SITE DEFAULTS

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT --- COMMAND LINE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT gui.available = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT --- CONFIGURATION

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT config.version = 8

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT virtualHW.version = 4

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT scsi0.present = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT scsi0.virtualDev = lsilogic

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT memsize = 1000

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT scsi0:0.present = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT scsi0:0.fileName = Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition.vmdk

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT ide1:0.present = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT ide1:0.fileName = E:

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT ide1:0.deviceType = cdrom-raw

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT floppy0.present = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT ethernet0.present = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT usb.present = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT sound.present = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT sound.virtualDev = es1371

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT displayName = Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT guestOS = winnetenterprise

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT nvram = winnetenterprise.nvram

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT scsi0:0.redo =

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT ethernet0.addressType = generated

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT uuid.location = 56 4d c4 c3 a1 82 97 e5-53 91 c6 e2 e6 00 63 fa

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT uuid.bios = 56 4d c4 c3 a1 82 97 e5-53 91 c6 e2 e6 00 63 fa

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT ethernet0.generatedAddress = 00:0c:29:00:63:fa

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT ethernet0.generatedAddressOffset = 0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT ide1:0.startConnected = FALSE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT tools.remindInstall = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT --- USER DEFAULTS

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT --- HOST DEFAULTS

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT --- SITE DEFAULTS

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DICT --- GLOBAL SETTINGS

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.uptime

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| WSSCAN: reserved mem (in MB) min=32 max=1920 recommended=1920

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| hostMem=2048 maxAllowedAll=4096 maxAllowedVM=3600

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| totOverhead=16

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| WSSCAN: used rec mem (in MB) 1920

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| WSSCAN: Overhead 260977 paged 8561 nonpaged 4096 maxFBSize

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| WSSCAN 1 0 438212 438212 491520 -1 50 0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| LICENSE using: 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\VMware, Inc.\VMware Workstation\License.ws.5.0'

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| STATDECLGROUP stats Root "" null

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| CPUID after masking: version 0x698 id1.edx 0x7e9bbbf id1.ecx 0x0 id81.edx 0x0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| CPU.cpuFeatures = 0x51fe01

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| KHZEstimate 1598642

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| MHZEstimate 1599

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| NumVCPUs 1

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| CPUID after masking: version 0x698 id1.edx 0x7e9bbbf id1.ecx 0x0 id81.edx 0x0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| CPU.cpuFeatures = 0x51fe01

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d c2 e2 97 fd 24 99-1c eb 6e f4 5f f3 51 0d

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| UUID: canonical path is c:\documents and settings\kevin_thex\my documents\my virtual machines\vs 2005.win2003\winnetenterprise.vmx

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d c4 c3 a1 82 97 e5-53 91 c6 e2 e6 00 63 fa

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| MM: Using partialmap, 256000 pages AC 0 CE 1 TM 0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| UUID: canonical path is c:\documents and settings\kevin_thex\my documents\my virtual machines\vs 2005.win2003\winnetenterprise.vmx

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d c4 c3 a1 82 97 e5-53 91 c6 e2 e6 00 63 fa

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| MM: using fileName C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\564dc4c3-a182-97e5-5391-c6e2e60063fa.vmem for paging

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| Msg_Reset:

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| \----

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| Opened paging file C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\564dc4c3-a182-97e5-5391-c6e2e60063fa.vmem

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| Mapped mainmem as pageable

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DISK: OPEN scsi0:0 'C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition.vmdk' persistent R\[(null)]

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DISKLIB-DSCPTR: Opened : "Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition-flat.vmdk" 0 (0x2)

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DISKLIB-LINK : Opened 'C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition.vmdk' (0xa): monolithicFlat, 31457280 sectors / 15360 Mb.

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : Opened "C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition.vmdk" (flags 0xa).

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DISK: OPEN 'C:\Documents and Settings\kevin_thex\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\VS 2005.Win2003\Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition.vmdk' Geo (1958/255/63) BIOS Geo (0/0/0) freeSpace=2682Mb

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| TimeTracker host to guest rate conversion 13065284756450 @ 1598642000Hz - 13065284756450 @ 1598642000Hz

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| TimeTracker host to guest rate conversion ((x * 2147483648) 31) + 0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : capacity=31457280

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=1958/255/63

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| SCSI0: UNTAGGED commands will be converted to ORDER tags.

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.heartbeat

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| DISKUTIL: Offline toolsVersion = 0

    Mar 26 16:51:37: vmx| Msg_Hint: msg.tools.toolsReminder (shown)

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| TOOLS INSTALL initializing state to IDLE on power on.

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| USB: Initializing UHCI host controller

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| USB: Initializing USB Generic backend

    Mar 26 16:51:39: usbEnum| VTHREAD thread 5 "usbEnum" host id 3032 started

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| VTHREAD create thread 5 "usbEnum"

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| VLANCE: send cluster threshold is 80, size = 2 recalcInterval is 2 ticks

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| Ethernet0 MAC Address: 00:0c:29:00:63:fa

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| VMXNET: send cluster threshold is 80, size = 2 recalcInterval is 2 ticks, dontClusterSize is 128

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| VirtualProtect MapProtectMem(0x1090000,0x1000) returns 0x1e7

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| Can't read-only monitor pages from 0x01090000 to 0x01091000

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| VirtualProtect MapProtectMem(0x1092000,0x0) returns 0x57

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| Can't read-only monitor pages from 0x01092000 to 0x01092000

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| VMX_PowerOn: ModuleTable_PowerOn = 1

    Mar 26 16:51:39: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 "mks" host id 1348 started

    Mar 26 16:51:39: mks| Async MKS thread is alive

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| VTHREAD create thread 1 "mks"

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vcpu-0| VTHREAD thread 4 "vcpu-0" host id 2600 started

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| VTHREAD create thread 4 "vcpu-0"

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| DnD rpc already set to 1

    Mar 26 16:51:39: mks| Connecting to window system.

    Mar 26 16:51:39: kbh| VTHREAD thread 6 "kbh" host id 3124 started

    Mar 26 16:51:39: mks| VTHREAD create thread 6 "kbh"

    Mar 26 16:51:39: mks| KHBKL: Unable to parse keystring at: ''

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vcpu-0| PShare: enabled 1, scanRate 32, checkRate 16

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vcpu-0| cpuFeatures = 0x51fe01

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vcpu-0| Init modules.

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vmx| VNET: Notification enabled for Ethernet0

    Mar 26 16:51:39: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vcpu-0| sz=3018720

    Mar 26 16:51:39: vcpu-0| vmm32 initialized: Releasebuild-13124. cflags: 0x01000002.2800e080

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0x0) and 0xec000000(0x0)

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 32768 bytes)

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VBIOS OPROM

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the LSIBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 16384 bytes)

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the LSIBIOS OPROM

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VLANCE OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 65536 bytes)

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VLANCE OPROM

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 32768 bytes)

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VBIOS OPROM

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x0)

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 26 16:51:40: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:40: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:40: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:40: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:40: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:40: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:40: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| UHCI: Global Reset

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| UHCI: HCReset

    Mar 26 16:51:40: vcpu-0| UHCI: HCReset

    Mar 26 16:51:42: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the LSIBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 16384 bytes)

    Mar 26 16:51:42: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the LSIBIOS OPROM

    Mar 26 16:51:42: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=1958/255/63

    Mar 26 16:51:42: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VLANCE OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 65536 bytes)

    Mar 26 16:51:42: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VLANCE OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 65536 bytes)

    Mar 26 16:51:42: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VLANCE OPROM

    Mar 26 16:51:43: vcpu-0| BIOS-UUID is 56 4d c4 c3 a1 82 97 e5-53 91 c6 e2 e6 00 63 fa

    Mar 26 16:51:43: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 0

    Mar 26 16:51:43: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: Offline toolsVersion = 0

    Mar 26 16:51:43: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:43: vcpu-0| Unknown int 10h func 0x2000

    Mar 26 16:51:46: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:46: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:46: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:47: vcpu-0| UHCI: Global Reset

    Mar 26 16:51:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x14c0)

    Mar 26 16:51:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 26 16:51:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x0)

    Mar 26 16:51:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 26 16:51:48: vcpu-0| CDROM: Mode Sense for Unsupported Page 0x1B

    Mar 26 16:51:48: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command READ BUFFER issued. --ok

    Mar 26 16:51:48: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command READ BUFFER issued. --ok

    Mar 26 16:51:48: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): INQUIRY request with EVDP set

    Mar 26 16:51:48: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): MODE SENSE(6) for unsupported page 0x1c

    Mar 26 16:51:51: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:51: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:51:55: vcpu-0| ES1371Codec: attempting to read, but read data not ready

    Mar 26 16:51:55: vcpu-0| ES1371Codec: attempting to read, but read data not ready

    Mar 26 16:51:55: vcpu-0| PCISoundWin32 mixerGetLineInfo error 11

    Mar 26 16:51:55: vcpu-0| PCISoundWin32 mixerGetLineInfo error 11

    Mar 26 16:51:55: vcpu-0| PCISoundWin32: mixerGetLineControls (mute) error 1025

    Mar 26 16:51:55: vcpu-0| PCISoundWin32 mixerGetLineInfo error 11

    Mar 26 16:51:55: vcpu-0| PCISoundWin32: mixerGetLineControls (mute) error 1025

    Mar 26 16:51:55: vcpu-0| PCISoundWin32 mixerGetLineInfo error 11

    Mar 26 16:51:56: vcpu-0| UHCI: Global Reset

    Mar 26 16:51:56: vcpu-0| VNET: Notification enabled for Ethernet0

    Mar 26 16:51:56: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x14c0)

    Mar 26 16:51:56: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 26 16:51:56: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x0)

    Mar 26 16:51:56: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xfe000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 26 16:51:56: vcpu-0| Guest OS = 0x5016

    Mar 26 16:52:10: kbh| VTHREAD thread 6 start exiting

    Mar 26 16:52:10: kbh| VTHREAD thread 6 exiting, 4 left

    Mar 26 16:52:10: mks| VTHREAD destroy thread 6 "kbh"

    Mar 26 16:52:32: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:57:02: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 26 16:57:02: kbh| VTHREAD thread 6 "kbh" host id 1864 started

    Mar 26 16:57:02: mks| VTHREAD create thread 6 "kbh"

    Mar 26 16:57:05: kbh| VTHREAD thread 6 start exiting

    Mar 26 16:57:05: kbh| VTHREAD thread 6 exiting, 4 left

    Mar 26 16:57:05: mks| VTHREAD destroy thread 6 "kbh"

    DB:3.15:Blank Screen When Starting Vm a7


    Have you checked the permissions on the virtual machine directory and files?

    Are you physically at the machine or are you connecting remotely?

    More information about VMware support services can be found here

    http://www.vmware.com/support/services/

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.14

    DB:3.14:Vcpu From 2 To 1 (Or From 4 To 2) jm


    Hi All,

    I am getting some issues on one of my VM, one business critical applicaiton is running on this VM. I have identifed some issues because of due to multiple vCPUs on this VM and would like to reduce vCPUs from 2 to 1 now.

    I would like to know do I need to change anything from OS or VM side to make this chnage successfull.

    Thanks in advance!

    Dheeresh Lodhi

    VCP410

    DB:3.14:Vcpu From 2 To 1 (Or From 4 To 2) jm

    Hi,

    Was the machine installed/built as an Multi Processor target? I would suggest you look at the current mode first if not already before making changes.

    Regards,

    Mike

    http://blog.laspina.ca/

    vExpert 2009

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.14

    DB:3.14:Vcpu Vs Core s7



    what's the different to vm

    1 vcpu and 2 core

    vs

    2 vcpu and 1 core ?


    DB:3.14:Vcpu Vs Core s7


    Two separate scenarios, one is your trying to adhere to a licensing restriction per socket or per core.

    The other is based off physical CPU cache. If you select two virtual sockets with one core each your VM will see two one socket CPU's, multi threaded applications will not benefit from the processors onboard cache as it wont leave something from a thread on one core and expect to see it on the other. Whereas if you have if you configure it for a single socket with two cores it will be able to utlize the cache for multi threaded applications.

    If you have a machine with two quad cores procs you would want the follow

    4 vCPU and under keep it one one socket.

    Above 4 vCPU switch it to two sockets.

    That way the VM can utilize the cache on the physical CPU and expect to find it.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.11

    DB:3.11:Can Not Test Ft 7d



    Hello,

    I am unable to test fault tolerance the options are greyed out. I have esx 4 2u, with vSphere 4 2u as well. Fault tolerance starts and installes no issues, I can migrate VMs between any of the 3 hosts in the cluster. I can not test and if I restart a host with a FT Vm the VM shuts off. In the log for the vm I see this:

    6: vcpu-0| Guest: vmx_fb: Driver compiled against: 2.0.

    Jul 12 11:27:44.776: vcpu-0| Guest: vmx_fb: DrvGetDirectDrawInfo: Overlay flags set

    Jul 12 11:27:45.169: vcpu-0| Migration pre-copy failed 0xbad010b

    Jul 12 11:27:45.169: vcpu-0| MigrateSetStateFinished: type=1 new state=5

    Jul 12 11:27:45.169: vcpu-0| MigrateStateUpdate: Transitioning from state 2 to 5.

    Jul 12 11:27:45.170: vcpu-0| Migrate_SetFailure: switching to new log file.

    Jul 12 11:27:45.172: vcpu-0| Migrate_SetFailure: Now in new log file.

    Jul 12 11:27:45.177: vcpu-0| Migrate_SetFailure: The migration was cancelled because the amount of changing memory for the VM was greater than the available network bandwidth, meaning the migration was not making forward progress. Please attempt the migration again when the VM is not as busy or more network bandwidth is available.

    Jul 12 11:27:45.251: vcpu-0| Migration of primary failed (creating secondary)

    Jul 12 11:27:45.251: vcpu-0| Migrate: cleaning up migration state.

    Jul 12 11:27:45.252: vcpu-0| MigrateStateUpdate: Transitioning from state 5 to 0.

    Jul 12 11:27:45.252: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Jul 12 11:27:45.252: vcpu-0| http://msg.checkpoint.precopyfailure.noforwardprogress The migration was cancelled because the amount of changing memory for the VM was greater than the available network bandwidth, meaning the migration was not making forward progress. Please attempt the migration again when the VM is not as busy or more network bandwidth is available.

    Jul 12 11:27:45.253: vcpu-0| -

    Jul 12 11:27:45.257: vcpu-0| Migrate: secondary failure during migration: error Migration failed due to lack of pre-copy forward progress.

    Thanks in advance! George

    DB:3.11:Can Not Test Ft 7d


    Hello Justin,

    vmkping works to anyof the hosts from any host of the 3 hosts in the cluster....

    This is from esx.conf:

    /net/vmkernelnic/child[0009]/ipv4address = "10.10.12.30"

    /net/vmkernelnic/child[0009]/ipv4broadcast = "10.10.12.255"

    /net/vmkernelnic/child[0009]/ipv4netmask = "255.255.255.0"

    /net/vmkernelnic/child[0009]/mac = "00:50:56:7d:f6:10"

    /net/vmkernelnic/child[0009]/mtu = "9000"

    /net/vmkernelnic/child[0009]/name = "vmk1"

    /net/vmkernelnic/child[0009]/portgroup = "FaultTolerant"

    /net/vmkernelnic/child[0009]/routAdv = "false"

    /net/vmkernelnic/child[0009]/tsoMss = "0"

    Networking in vSphere:

    Both the vswitch and the vkernal are the same:

    vlan = 601

    load balance = route based on ip hash

    network failover = link status only

    modify switches = yes

    failback = yes

    override svswitch failover order (checked)

    vmnic2 and vmnic3 active 1000full

    The vSwitch vmknic and the ports on the switch are all configured for jumbo frames.

    Excerpt from the dell switch:

    interface ethernet 1/g17

    channel-group 4 mode on

    description 'ESX1-NIC2-FT'

    spanning-tree disable

    mtu 9216

    switchport mode general

    switchport general pvid 601

    switchport general acceptable-frame-type tagged-only

    switchport general allowed vlan add 601 tagged

    Channel group:

    interface port-channel 4

    description 'ESX1-FT'

    spanning-tree disable

    switchport mode general

    switchport general pvid 601

    switchport general acceptable-frame-type tagged-only

    switchport forbidden vlan add 1

    switchport general allowed vlan add 601 tagged

    exit

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.11

    DB:3.11:Esx3 Guest Os Issues z9



    Hi everyone,

    We are quite new to Vmware and we are having a few guest OS configuration issues. I am hoping someone here can help us resolve our issues.

    The main issues are mutlipcpu support and available ram under RH AS 4 (Upd1). Basically when we installed RH we just used the VMWare default settings which resulted in 1 vCPU being allocated, though we did set the ram to 1Gb. I didn't really give much thought to only 1 vCPU being allocated as I assumed I could increase it later.

    What has happened is that because only 1 vCPU as defined in the config the RH installer installed the non SMP kernel. I have since installed the SMP kernel and edited the grub config file so that the SMP kernel is the default kernel, however, the real problem is that I am not able to activate the additional CPUs in the settings for this guest os. The physical server it is running on has 2x dual core Xeons though they are not hypertheaded. Although I can select 1,2 or 4 CPUs as soon as I attempt to start the guest OS it says the operating system does not support multi cpus. So I'm stuck running with one vCPU. Is there any way I can fix this so that it can utilise more vCPUs?

    The other issue is that for some reason the guest OS kernel is only seeing a max of 4Gb of ram. We have configured the guest OS to reserve 4Gb and use up to 12Gb (the physical server has 16Gb), yet the guest OS kernel can still only see 4Gb. In some ways this is more critical than the vCPU issue as the application being run will require close to 14Gb once it's fully running. At first I thought it was a RH AS4 limitiation, yet we have other installations of RH AS4 Upd1 (though not virtualised) which are seeing 8Gb of ram an more, so I don't think it's a hard coded limit within the kernel.

    So, my two main issues are the amount of RAM the guest OS is seeing and the fact that it's convinced it can't use multiple vCPUs.

    If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciaited.

    Regards

    Craig

    DB:3.11:Esx3 Guest Os Issues z9


    Hi Hompie,

    No I didn't. I'll look at his tomorrow (my time). Thanks for the link. I'll let you know how it goes.

    Craig

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.11

    DB:3.11:Windows 2003 2008 Vcpu Compatibility 1s


    Hi Guys,

    DB:3.11:Windows 2003 2008 Vcpu Compatibility 1s


    Hi chandrab22,

    this is the usefull link for cpu compatability lists site, just go through that.

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/888732/en-us

    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/64bit/x64/editions.mspx

    you said that somewhere Windows 2003 supports maximum of 4 hardware CPUs, its related to the versiona and 32 bit and 64 bit compatability, while it is 32 bit means it will support only 4 ,

    64 bit means it will support upto 8 .

    Thnaks for posting good questions guys

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.11

    DB:3.11:Vmware Player: Monitor Panic: Vcpu-0:Doublefault 9f



    Hello,

    I have this error appear constantly, crashing my Browser Appliance and other VMs. Here is what I have in log files:

    Jun 19 01:01:23: vcpu-0| MONITOR PANIC: vcpu-0:DoubleFault @

    0x4020:0x55613 (0xfd0,0x102c)

    Jun 19 01:01:23: vcpu-0| Core dump with build build-19317

    Jun 19 01:01:23: vcpu-0| Writing monitor corefile

    "C:\Browser-Appliance\Browser-Appliance\vmware-core.gz"

    Jun 19 01:01:23: vcpu-0| Beginning monitor coredump

    Jun 19 01:01:24: vcpu-0| End monitor coredump

    Jun 19 01:01:24: vcpu-0| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 401000

    Jun 19 01:01:26: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Jun 19 01:01:26: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.monpanic] *** VMware Player internal

    monitor error ***

    Jun 19 01:01:26: vcpu-0| vcpu-0:DoubleFault @ 0x4020:0x55613

    (0xfd0,0x102c)

    Jun 19 01:01:26: vcpu-0| Please report this problem by selecting menu

    item Help VMware on the Web Request Support, or by going to the Web

    page

    "http://www.vmware.com/info?id=8logFile=Browser%2dAppliance%2elogcor...".

    Please provide us with the log file (Browser-Appliance.log) and the

    core file (C:\Browser-Appliance\Browser-Appliance\vmware-core.gz).

    Jun 19 01:01:26: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.monpanic.win32debug] If the problem

    is repeatable, please select 'Run with debugging information' in the

    Options panel of Virtual Machine Settings. Then reproduce the incident

    and file it according to the instructions.

    Jun 19 01:01:26: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.monpanic.win32] To collect files to

    submit to VMware support, run cscript vm-support.vbs.

    Jun 19 01:01:26: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.monpanic.finish] We will respond on

    the basis of your support entitlement.

    Jun 19 01:01:26: vcpu-0| We appreciate your feedback,

    Jun 19 01:01:26: vcpu-0| -- the VMware Player team.

    Jun 19 01:01:26: vcpu-0| \----

    Is there are configuration change/patch I can apply to fix this?

    Thank you!

    DB:3.11:Vmware Player: Monitor Panic: Vcpu-0:Doublefault 9f


    I think I got it fixed by switching memory from DDR-400 to DDR-333 and setting correct CAS in BIOS.

    Thank you!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.10

    DB:3.10:Vmware 4.5 On Fc2 Vmware Panic During Vm Create aa



    Im trying to add a guest OS (Redhat 7.3) to a FC2 hosted VMware workstation install.

    I've had no issues getting the GUI up and running, modules compiled first time, etc, etc. However as soon as I start the VM it PANICS.

    May 29 19:10:06: vcpu-0| sz=2994144

    May 29 19:10:06: vcpu-0| MONITOR PANIC: VMM fault: regs=0x2708, exc=13, eip=0x62650

    May 29 19:10:06: vcpu-0|

    May 29 19:10:06: vcpu-0| Core dump with build build-7568

    May 29 19:10:06: vcpu-0| Writing monitor corefile "/root/Redhat 7.3/vmware-core.gz"

    May 29 19:10:06: vcpu-0| CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privileges

    May 29 19:10:06: vcpu-0| Setting vaddr to 0

    May 29 19:10:06: vcpu-0| Beginning monitor coredump

    May 29 19:10:06: vcpu-0| End monitor coredump

    May 29 19:10:06: vcpu-0| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 401000

    May 29 19:10:07: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Anyone seen this and have a suggested fix before I rebuild with Redhat 9.x?

    DB:3.10:Vmware 4.5 On Fc2 Vmware Panic During Vm Create aa


    Contact support with full log and core. Or at least post full log here. Without full long it is impossible to find what's going on.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:Vm Guest Unexpected Restart fd



    \[Env] ESX Server 4.1 U1, Guest OS: RHEL 5 64bit

    We have a vm guest that always reported unexpected restart but can find an issue within, but to make sure I have here the vmlogs of that guest for checking. Can someone knows how to read this logs or with this logs, do we have a configuration settings that need to be implemented?

    Thank you

    Jun 20 22:33:05.268: vcpu-0| VMMouse: CMD Disable

    Jun 20 22:33:05.268: vcpu-0| VMMouse: Disabling VMMouse mode

    Jun 20 22:33:06.532: vcpu-0| VMMouse: CMD Read ID

    Jun 20 22:33:12.132: vcpu-1| Balloon: Start: vmmemctl reset balloon

    Jun 20 22:33:12.132: vcpu-1| Balloon: Reset (n 9 pages 0)

    Jun 20 22:33:12.132: vcpu-1| Balloon: Reset: nUnlocked 0 size 0

    Jun 20 22:33:12.494: vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Channel 2 reinitialized.

    Jun 20 22:33:12.569: vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Channel 1, App stopped

    Jun 20 22:33:12.569: vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Reinitializing Channel 1(toolbox)

    Jun 20 22:33:12.569: vcpu-0| GuestMsg: Channel 1, Cannot unpost because the previous post is already completed

    Jun 20 22:33:12.570: vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Channel 1 reinitialized.

    Jun 20 22:33:12.570: vcpu-0| GuestRpc: application toolbox already registered, id: -1

    Jun 20 22:33:12.570: vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Channel 3, guest application toolbox.

    Jun 20 22:33:12.623: vcpu-0| TOOLS ToolsCapabilityGuestTempDirectory received 1 /tmp/vmware-root

    Jun 20 22:33:12.624: vcpu-0| TOOLS autoupgrade protocol version 2

    Jun 20 22:33:12.626: vcpu-0| TOOLS ToolsCapabilityGuestConfDirectory received /etc/vmware-tools

    Jun 20 22:33:12.626: vcpu-0| ToolsSetVersionWork did nothing; new tools version (8295) matches old Tools version

    Jun 20 22:33:12.627: vcpu-0| TOOLS unified loop capability requested by 'toolbox'; now sending options via TCLO

    Jun 20 22:33:12.628: vcpu-0| Guest: toolbox: Version: build-341836

    Jun 20 22:33:34.257: vcpu-2| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 starting feature 0

    Jun 20 22:33:34.261: vcpu-2| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 2 starting feature 0

    Jun 20 22:33:34.295: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-MAIN : CMD Checking status for non-existent Drive 0

    Jun 20 22:33:58.930: vcpu-2| VMMouse: CMD Disable

    Jun 20 22:33:58.930: vcpu-2| VMMouse: Disabling VMMouse mode

    Jun 20 22:33:59.100: vcpu-3| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    Jun 20 22:33:59.100: vcpu-3| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xd4000000(0xd4000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    Jun 20 22:33:59.104: vcpu-3| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    Jun 20 22:33:59.104: vcpu-3| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd4000000(0xd4000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    Jun 20 22:33:59.233: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    Jun 20 22:33:59.233: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xd4000000(0xd4000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    Jun 20 22:33:59.237: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    Jun 20 22:33:59.237: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd4000000(0xd4000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    Jun 20 22:33:59.555: mks| Guest display topology changed: numDisplays 1

    Jun 20 22:33:59.560: vcpu-2| VMMouse: CMD Read ID

    Jun 20 22:33:59.560: vcpu-2| VMMouse: CMD Disable

    Jun 20 22:33:59.560: vcpu-2| VMMouse: Disabling VMMouse mode

    Jun 20 22:34:00.597: vcpu-0| VMMouse: CMD Read ID

    DB:3.09:Vm Guest Unexpected Restart fd


    ocfs panics and reboots a node if the storage is not available with in the heartbeat time.....so this is not a VMware problem -- increase the heartbeat threshold - if possible check with SAN administrators

    ~Sai Garimella

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:Please Fix Suspend - Feature jp



    I had no problems in version 8 beta but since 8.0 the suspend feature gets worse with every new update.

    Suspending a VM that has been idle for hours really should not take 15 minutes or more and cripple all other running VMs to a crawl.

    Please consider to popup a warning with a text like this when the suspend button is used:

    "Are you sure that you want to suspend the VM ?A regular shutdown may be much faster and will not affect other running VMs"

    2012-02-10T16:44:51.733+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: MainMem: Write full memory image (SF=0 L=0 SZ=1 RM=0 U=0 TM=0).2012-02-10T16:44:51.764+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 0% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.280+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 1% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.546+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 2% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.593+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 3% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.608+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 4% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.624+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 5% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.639+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 6% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.655+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 7% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.671+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 8% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.686+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 9% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.702+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 10% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.733+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 11% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.764+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 12% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.764+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 13% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.796+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 14% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.827+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 15% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.843+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 16% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.858+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 17% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.874+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 18% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:52.952+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 19% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:54.577+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 20% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:55.030+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 21% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:55.796+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 22% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:55.874+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 23% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:56.999+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 24% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:57.561+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 25% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:59.171+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 26% (none)2012-02-10T16:44:59.905+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 27% (none)2012-02-10T16:45:02.764+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 28% (none)2012-02-10T16:45:04.514+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 29% (none)2012-02-10T16:45:09.296+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 30% (none)2012-02-10T16:45:16.858+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 31% (none)2012-02-10T16:45:20.030+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 32% (none)2012-02-10T16:45:22.046+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 33% (none)2012-02-10T16:45:33.577+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 34% (none)2012-02-10T16:46:32.030+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 35% (none)2012-02-10T16:47:24.843+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 36% (none)2012-02-10T16:48:16.108+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 37% (none)2012-02-10T16:49:11.593+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 38% (none)2012-02-10T16:50:20.014+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 39% (none)2012-02-10T16:51:43.577+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 40% (none)2012-02-10T16:52:11.749+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 41% (none)2012-02-10T16:52:57.358+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 42% (none)2012-02-10T16:53:24.811+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 43% (none)2012-02-10T16:53:30.499+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 44% (none)2012-02-10T16:53:36.983+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 45% (none)2012-02-10T16:53:41.296+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 46% (none)2012-02-10T16:53:45.858+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 47% (none)2012-02-10T16:53:55.202+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 48% (none)2012-02-10T16:54:12.530+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 49% (none)2012-02-10T16:54:49.608+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 50% (none)2012-02-10T16:55:29.436+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 51% (none)2012-02-10T16:56:14.280+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 52% (none)2012-02-10T16:57:07.514+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 53% (none)2012-02-10T16:57:57.061+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 54% (none)2012-02-10T16:58:42.139+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 55% (none)2012-02-10T16:59:19.499+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 56% (none)2012-02-10T16:59:51.718+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 57% (none)2012-02-10T17:00:25.233+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 58% (none)2012-02-10T17:00:58.124+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 59% (none)2012-02-10T17:01:29.139+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 60% (none)2012-02-10T17:02:03.561+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 61% (none)2012-02-10T17:02:32.436+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 62% (none)2012-02-10T17:03:06.171+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 63% (none)2012-02-10T17:03:40.077+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 64% (none)2012-02-10T17:04:32.343+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 65% (none)2012-02-10T17:05:00.296+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 66% (none)2012-02-10T17:05:32.874+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 67% (none)2012-02-10T17:06:22.718+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 68% (none)2012-02-10T17:07:03.546+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 69% (none)2012-02-10T17:07:41.905+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 70% (none)2012-02-10T17:08:30.108+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 71% (none)2012-02-10T17:09:09.843+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 72% (none)2012-02-10T17:09:49.702+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 73% (none)2012-02-10T17:10:28.233+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 74% (none)2012-02-10T17:11:08.389+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 75% (none)2012-02-10T17:11:48.546+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 76% (none)2012-02-10T17:12:22.671+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 77% (none)2012-02-10T17:12:54.468+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 78% (none)2012-02-10T17:13:28.889+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 79% (none)2012-02-10T17:14:04.796+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 80% (none)2012-02-10T17:14:32.968+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 81% (none)2012-02-10T17:15:08.327+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 82% (none)2012-02-10T17:15:43.405+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 83% (none)2012-02-10T17:16:17.593+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 84% (none)2012-02-10T17:16:48.983+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 85% (none)2012-02-10T17:17:22.749+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 86% (none)2012-02-10T17:17:53.389+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 87% (none)2012-02-10T17:18:28.468+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 88% (none)2012-02-10T17:19:08.983+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 89% (none)2012-02-10T17:19:39.764+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 90% (none)2012-02-10T17:20:15.546+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 91% (none)2012-02-10T17:20:48.296+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 92% (none)2012-02-10T17:21:20.061+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 93% (none)2012-02-10T17:21:56.561+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 94% (none)2012-02-10T17:22:33.218+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 95% (none)2012-02-10T17:22:56.030+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 96% (none)2012-02-10T17:22:56.358+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 97% (none)2012-02-10T17:22:56.358+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 98% (none)2012-02-10T17:23:30.139+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 99% (none)2012-02-10T17:24:11.561+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 100% (none)2012-02-10T17:24:11.874+01:00| vcpu-0| I120: Progress 101% (none)

    DB:3.09:Please Fix Suspend - Feature jp


    Based on this log snippet,

    2012-02-17T23:33:26.549Z| vmx| I120: Closing disk scsi0:0

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:Change From Multi Cpu To Single Cpu On Windows Server 2008 R2 64bit Vm - Works...Any Issues? a3



    I must have missed the notice when this was possible.

    I decided to change a Windows Server 2008 R2 64bit Standard Edition guest OS (running the "ACPI x-64 based PC" HAL) on Virtual hardware 7 (ESX4.1 hypervisor) from 2 vcpu to 1 vcpu.

    It just works. I did not do any fancy footwork with the device manager or driver prior to just shutting down and making the change in VM settings.

    Guest OS boots and works. But I am still apprehensive as if there is something going to cave in or happen later on. As obviously in the past this required some extra work.

    Should I be concerned? As will be deploying vms from this as a template.

    DB:3.09:Change From Multi Cpu To Single Cpu On Windows Server 2008 R2 64bit Vm - Works...Any Issues? a3


    yep, agreed with above. The change is easy and have completed many times myself, all without issue. Note if you use the enterprise edition of windows you can hot add CPU, but cannot hot remove yet.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:Vnware Server 1.0.2-39867 Are Causing Hang Of Host Os (2.6.19-1.2288.2.1.Fc xd



    After installing the new werver (1.0.2-39867) on Fedora 5 (2.6.19-1.2288.2.1.fc/Dual Opteron)

    I determined the problem that all virtual hosts crashing and mostly also causing a hang of the host OS.

    The installation and configuration went fine.

    Also running the configuration scripts /usr/bin/vmware-config-pl as well as /usr/bin/vmware-config-server-console.pl didn't report any failures.

    I also tried to use the vmware-any-any-update108.tar.gz although I had the experience

    since nearly one year that this reputed patch never solved any vmware issues.

    Sometimes (but not always) i determined the following error within vmserver.log:

    vcpu-0:DoubleFault @ 0x4020:0x55cb4 (0xbfffcf0c,0xbfffcf28)

    Please could someone give me some hints how to solve the issue.

    Thanks in advance.

    Following an extract of vmware log from one of the crashed virtual hosts:

    Mar 03 14:34:44: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0x0) and 0xec000000(0x0)

    Mar 03 14:34:44: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 03 14:34:44: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 03 14:34:44: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 03 14:34:44: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x1440 (0x0)

    Mar 03 14:34:44: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Mar 03 14:34:44: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 03 14:34:44: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 03 14:34:45: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 03 14:34:45: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 03 14:34:45: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -4107098196 (to 2480423175028); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:34:45: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -4083099277 (to 2480693674428); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:34:46: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=783/255/63

    Mar 03 14:34:46: vcpu-0| BIOS-UUID is 56 4d d1 45 c6 10 35 17-90 90 ca d7 cc 63 0f 30

    Mar 03 14:34:47: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 6530

    Mar 03 14:34:47: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 6530

    Mar 03 14:34:47: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 03 14:34:47: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 03 14:34:47: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Mar 03 14:34:47: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL\[16] = 0x0eff

    Mar 03 14:34:47: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL\[18] = 0xfe01

    Mar 03 14:34:47: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL\[16] = 0x0eff

    Mar 03 14:34:47: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL\[18] = 0xfe01

    Mar 03 14:34:48: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 03 14:34:48: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 03 14:34:48: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -2047050866 (to 2485757314236); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:34:50: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL\[16] = 0x0eff

    Mar 03 14:34:50: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL\[18] = 0xfe01

    Mar 03 14:34:50: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL\[16] = 0x0eff

    Mar 03 14:34:50: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL\[18] = 0xfe01

    Mar 03 14:34:50: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Mar 03 14:34:51: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL\[16] = 0x0eff

    Mar 03 14:34:51: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL\[18] = 0xfe01

    Mar 03 14:34:53: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x1440 (0x1440)

    Mar 03 14:34:53: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0xfff0 (0x0)

    Mar 03 14:34:53: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0xfff0 (0xfff0)

    Mar 03 14:34:53: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x1440 (0x0)

    Mar 03 14:34:55: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -1122966772 (to 2494630725967); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:34:56: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -1498395813 (to 2495970633764); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:34:56: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -1406019806 (to 2496160703005); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:35:01: vcpu-0| FLOPPY-MAIN : Data write/read without DMA enabled!

    Mar 03 14:35:03: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=783/255/63

    Mar 03 14:35:03: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Mar 03 14:35:03: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=783/255/63

    Mar 03 14:35:04: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -5022689743 (to 2505893766327); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:35:04: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -5278760752 (to 2506210747120); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:35:04: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -5640321595 (to 2506549692449); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:35:05: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -5301034372 (to 2507723608043); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:35:08: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -5816598517 (to 2511417821022); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:35:08: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -5893970413 (to 2511502409322); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:35:11: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -5910001080 (to 2514373386315); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:35:12: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -5918118851 (to 2515533402415); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:35:12: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -5882152976 (to 2515611473325); assuming TSC was reset

    Mar 03 14:35:12: vcpu-0| TimeTracker_ApparentTime: PTSC_Get changed by -5910645857 (to 2515665761995); assuming TSC was reset

    DB:3.09:Vnware Server 1.0.2-39867 Are Causing Hang Of Host Os (2.6.19-1.2288.2.1.Fc xd


    Hi,

    setting the suggested parameter 'processor0.use = "FALSE"' didn't solve the issue.

    I didn't find other suggestions, so I have to go back to the old release 1.0.1-29996 which runs very slow but quit stable sofar.

    Regrds, Adi

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:Need Help In Esx 4.1 Update3 :- Facing " ['Resourcegroup' Warning] Skipping Cpu Times For : Vcpu Id 4271 Times Due To Error" While Executing "Esxcfg-Info | Grep Anything" cp



    Hi,

    I have a host with ESX 4.1U3 installed with two VMs ,one is RHEL and other is WINDOWS. As soon as I powered on the VM and execute command esxcfg-info a(or -r) | grep any thing it will prompt me with an ResourceGroup warning. As shown below

    [root@localhost ~]# esxcfg-info -a | grep version

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping CPU times for : Vcpu Id 4271 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping VCPU stats for : Vcpu Id 4271 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping CPU times for : Vcpu Id 4274 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping VCPU stats for : Vcpu Id 4274 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping CPU times for : Vcpu Id 4276 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping VCPU stats for : Vcpu Id 4276 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping CPU times for : Vcpu Id 4277 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping VCPU stats for : Vcpu Id 4277 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping CPU times for : Vcpu Id 4272 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping VCPU stats for : Vcpu Id 4272 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping CPU times for : Vcpu Id 4278 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping VCPU stats for : Vcpu Id 4278 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping CPU times for : Vcpu Id 4279 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping VCPU stats for : Vcpu Id 4279 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping CPU times for : Vcpu Id 4280 Times due to error

    [2013-07-05 12:41:54 'ResourceGroup' warning] Skipping VCPU stats for : Vcpu Id 4280 Times due to error

    Kindly help me out to debug this error

    DB:3.09:Need Help In Esx 4.1 Update3 :- Facing " ['Resourcegroup' Warning] Skipping Cpu Times For : Vcpu Id 4271 Times Due To Error" While Executing "Esxcfg-Info | Grep Anything" cp


    This requires a codefix and it has not been backported based on codefix done on ESXi 5.0 U2. There has been no issues reported to our engineering in regards to 4.1 U3. Current workaround is to upgrade to 5.0 U2 and open a VMware support request to get a fix in vSphere 4.1

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:Vi3 Starter - Vcpu Restrictioni aa



    Is VI3 starter restricted to only one vCPU per client?

    DB:3.09:Vi3 Starter - Vcpu Restrictioni aa


    url=http://www.vmware.com/products/vi/esx/#_tabbuyThis page[/url] clearly shows that vSMP isn't supported by the Starter edition.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:Did Update 1 Take Care Of These Items? 3a


    Hi,

    Did vSphere update 1 solve these issues?

    1- vmxnet3 NIC Card does not show any performance chart. VMware support told me that they will release the patch with update 1, but I didn't see anything in release notes regarding this.

    2- Will Fault Tolerance support vmxnet3 ? I don't want to go back to vmxnet enhanced. (Change of MAC Address)

    3- Does Fault Tolerance support more than 1 vCPU?

    4- Do we have vCore in CPU (like VMware workstation 7) or still vCPU. There was a beta going on with changing the vCPUs to cores.

    I haven't got a chance to read the update 1 documentation, but I am really looking for these answers.

    Thanks,

    Ernest

    DB:3.09:Did Update 1 Take Care Of These Items? 3a

    Saadat wrote:

    Hi,

    Did vSphere update 1 solve these issues?

    1- vmxnet3 NIC Card does not show any performance chart. VMware support told me that they will release the patch with update 1, but I didn't see anything in release notes regarding this.

    Yes, this is solved now. I can see vmxnet3 traffic both in the vShpere client and in VEEAM monitor.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:Vms Won't Allocate Ram On Suse Linux 10.1 dm



    Hi All,

    I've just got VMware server installed and I'm trying to create some VMs and power them on. Once I've created a VM and start to power it up the VM immediately shuts down, no post or anything from the console. When I inspect the logs I noticed the following message:

    Oct 31 21:06:41: vcpu-0| Core dump limit is 51200 kb.

    Oct 31 21:06:41: vcpu-0| Attempting to dump core...

    Oct 31 21:06:42: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Oct 31 21:06:42: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware Server unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Oct 31 21:06:42: vcpu-0| Failed to allocate page for guest RAM!

    Oct 31 21:06:42: vcpu-0| \[msg.panic.haveLog] A log file is available in "/vmdata/VMware/GoldImage/win2kee_i386x1/vmware.log". \[msg.panic.haveCore] A core file is available in "/vmdata/VMware/GoldImage/win2kee_i386x1/core". \[msg.panic.requestSupport.withLogAndCore] Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file. \[msg.panic.requestSupport.linux]

    I looks to me like it it is having issues allocating the RAM. This is a bit confusing as the machine I am running on has 4GB of RAM and I am only allocating 384MB of RAM to the VM. Has anyone else ever seen this? Could it have something to do with the file system or paging file?

    Any and all advice greatly appreciated.

    zog

    DB:3.09:Vms Won't Allocate Ram On Suse Linux 10.1 dm


    Do you have enough space available in your /tmp folder?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:Number Ov Vcpu For Ucm 9.1 Ova 1z



    Cisco documentation is saying two different things.

    In this document [Upgrading to Unified CM 9.1(1)] it says

    "In Unified Communications Manager Release 9.1(1) the following changes have been made to the OVAs [...] The number of vCPU for the 2500 Limited User OVA has changed from 1 vCPU to 2 vCPU"

    On the other hand, in this document [OVA Template Details for Unified CM Release 9.x] if I look for [Unified CM 2500 users] in the column [VM OVA Capacity], it show 1 vCPU.

    So which one is corrcet ? 1 vCPU or 2 vCPU ?

    DB:3.09:Number Ov Vcpu For Ucm 9.1 Ova 1z


    Michael,

    Thanks a lot for the precision and the info about the next release.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:[Arch 3.16] *Error* Radeon: Error Initializing Uvd (-1) 8m



    Hi,

    This is my first installation of Arch Linux, Ive did a clean installation and installed gdm and gnome-shell, however whenever I boot my machine I get the above error, Ive read about similar issues that was resolved in older versions of Arch, I dont know why its still happening to me.

    dmesg results
    [ 9.656492] radeon 0000:01:00.0: VRAM: 1024M 0x0000000000000000 - 0x000000003FFFFFFF (1024M used)
    [ 9.656499] radeon 0000:01:00.0: GTT: 1024M 0x0000000040000000 - 0x000000007FFFFFFF
    [ 9.656504] [drm] Detected VRAM RAM=1024M, BAR=256M
    [ 9.656507] [drm] RAM width 128bits DDR
    [ 9.656765] [TTM] Zone kernel: Available graphics memory: 4063548 kiB
    [ 9.656769] [TTM] Zone dma32: Available graphics memory: 2097152 kiB
    [ 9.656772] [TTM] Initializing pool allocator
    [ 9.656790] [TTM] Initializing DMA pool allocator
    [ 9.656838] [drm] radeon: 1024M of VRAM memory ready
    [ 9.656842] [drm] radeon: 1024M of GTT memory ready.
    [ 9.656867] [drm] Loading TURKS Microcode
    [ 9.749692] [drm] Internal thermal controller with fan control
    [ 9.750342] [drm] radeon: power management initialized
    [ 9.761500] [drm] GART: num cpu pages 262144, num gpu pages 262144
    [ 9.763321] [drm] PCIE gen 2 link speeds already enabled
    [ 9.768013] [drm] PCIE GART of 1024M enabled (table at 0x0000000000273000).
    [ 9.768160] radeon 0000:01:00.0: WB enabled
    [ 9.768168] radeon 0000:01:00.0: fence driver on ring 0 use gpu addr 0x0000000040000c00 and cpu addr 0xffff88024debec00
    [ 9.768172] radeon 0000:01:00.0: fence driver on ring 3 use gpu addr 0x0000000040000c0c and cpu addr 0xffff88024debec0c
    [ 9.768946] radeon 0000:01:00.0: fence driver on ring 5 use gpu addr 0x0000000000072118 and cpu addr 0xffffc900229b2118
    [ 9.768950] [drm] Supports vblank timestamp caching Rev 2 (21.10.2013).
    [ 9.768952] [drm] Driver supports precise vblank timestamp query.
    [ 9.768991] radeon 0000:01:00.0: irq 55 for MSI/MSI-X
    [ 9.769016] radeon 0000:01:00.0: radeon: using MSI.
    [ 9.769067] [drm] radeon: irq initialized.
    [ 9.786191] [drm] ring test on 0 succeeded in 1 usecs
    [ 9.786252] [drm] ring test on 3 succeeded in 1 usecs
    [ 9.896523] ieee80211 phy0: Selected rate control algorithm minstrel_ht
    [ 9.896809] ieee80211 phy0: registered radio enabled led device: brcmsmac-phy0:radio gpio: 243
    [ 9.896827] cfg80211: Calling CRDA to update world regulatory domain
    [ 9.973401] systemd-udevd[203]: renamed network interface wlan0 to wlp13s0
    [ 10.985858] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!
    [ 12.008186] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!
    [ 13.030507] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!
    [ 14.052842] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!
    [ 15.075181] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!
    [ 16.097523] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!
    [ 17.119858] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!
    [ 18.142188] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!
    [ 19.164526] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!
    [ 20.186863] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!
    [ 20.206934] [drm:uvd_v1_0_start] *ERROR* UVD not responding, giving up!!!
    [ 20.206985] [drm:evergreen_startup] *ERROR* radeon: error initializing UVD (-1).
    [ 20.207246] [drm] ib test on ring 0 succeeded in 0 usecs
    [ 20.207291] [drm] ib test on ring 3 succeeded in 0 usecs
    [ 20.208202] [drm] Radeon Display Connectors
    [ 20.213715] radeon 0000:01:00.0: No connectors reported connected with modes
    [ 20.213718] [drm] Cannot find any crtc or sizes - going 1024x768
    [ 20.214797] [drm] fb mappable at 0xA0474000
    [ 20.214798] [drm] vram apper at 0xA0000000
    [ 20.214799] [drm] size 3145728
    [ 20.214801] [drm] fb depth is 24
    [ 20.214802] [drm] pitch is 4096
    [ 20.214892] radeon 0000:01:00.0: fb1: radeondrmfb frame buffer device
    [ 20.214903] [drm] Initialized radeon 2.39.0 20080528 for 0000:01:00.0 on minor 1

    DB:3.09:[Arch 3.16] *Error* Radeon: Error Initializing Uvd (-1) 8m

    ml wrote:
    Uninstall fglrx

    Install extra/xorg-server (in case youre using some other version)

    Install xf86-video-intel xf86-video-ati

    mkinitcpio.conf: add radeon i915 to modules (MODULES=radeon i915) and ofc run mkinitcpio -p linux

    Remove kernel options in case youve added any

    Install acpid enable systemd service: systemctl enable acpid.service (solved an issue with switching IGPU/DGPU by doing this)

    Delete/Rename xorg.conf

    Reboot Try running X again, in case it fails post new Xorg.0.log

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.09

    DB:3.09:1x 1ghz Vcpu Vs 2x 500mhz Vcpu a7



    I'm trying to understand Scheduler, I guess they would behave differently? What's the Pros and Cons?

    In the case of dual vCPU, are both vCPU scheduled at the same time? or it's possible that each vCPU can be made available to VM at different time?

    Thanks,

    William

    DB:3.09:1x 1ghz Vcpu Vs 2x 500mhz Vcpu a7


    In the case of dual vCPU, are both vCPU scheduled at the same time?

    It must be at the same time.

    This could be a cons of multiple vCPU: if your application do not use SMP, then you waste some vCPU.

    Andre

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.08

    DB:3.08:Sbs 2011- Reducing From 4 Vcpu To 2 Vcpu ps


    I'm thinking of reducing mySBS 2011 which isvirtulized on ESXi from 4 vCPU to 2 vCPU. How bad of an idea do you think this is? ~ 50 users, standard SBS apps running nothing else @ 24 Gig RAM.
    Reason is I know VMware preforms better not having CPU's oversubscribed. On the house is SBS 2011 (4 vCPU), SBS 2011 Premim (2 vCPU), application server (2 vCPU), XP workstation (1 vCPU) and I'm thinking about adding a remote desktop serives (terminal
    services) machine (2 vCPU).
    10 vCPU's in use there. Host if dual E5530 with HO on (8 physical cores, 16 logical cores). I'd be over on physical cores and under on logical.
    Edit: Forgot, 1vCPU for nix box and 2vCPU for a 2k3 box (need to reduce that to 1). 13-14 vCPU's in use.

    DB:3.08:Sbs 2011- Reducing From 4 Vcpu To 2 Vcpu ps

    I've run most of my SBS2008 and above VMs on 1 or 2 vCPU. It should be plenty.
    Here are some resources:
    http://www.vmware.com/pdf/vi_performance_tuning.pdf(page 3)
    http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_UScmd=displayKCexternalId=2032Regards, Boon Tee - PowerBiz Solutions, Australia - http://blog.powerbiz.net.au

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.08

    DB:3.08:Vmautomation_Initiatepoweroff. Trying Hard Poweroff In Esxi 4.1 c7



    Hi,

    I am seeing some VM goes unresponsive state. It is working only after we do the hard power off and power on.

    I can see the following log in vmware.log during or just before the server goes to unresponsive state.

    vmx| Vix: [18186766 vmxCommands.c:266]: VMAutomation_InitiatePowerOff

    vmx| Vix: [18186766 vmxCommands.c:359]: VMAutomation_InitiatePowerOff. Trying hard powerOff

    vmx| Stopping VCPU threads...

    It is ESXi4.1. Do anyone see the same kind of issues.?

    DB:3.08:Vmautomation_Initiatepoweroff. Trying Hard Poweroff In Esxi 4.1 c7


    Hi,

    I am seeing some VM goes unresponsive state. It is working only after we do the hard power off and power on.

    I can see the following log in vmware.log during or just before the server goes to unresponsive state.

    vmx| Vix: [18186766 vmxCommands.c:266]: VMAutomation_InitiatePowerOff

    vmx| Vix: [18186766 vmxCommands.c:359]: VMAutomation_InitiatePowerOff. Trying hard powerOff

    vmx| Stopping VCPU threads...

    It is ESXi4.1. Do anyone see the same kind of issues.?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.06

    DB:3.06:Vcpu Monitoring 11


    when you check the advanced monitoring option, why does it show 2 objectsi.e the Vcpu 0 , and VM-machine

    Thanks

    DB:3.06:Vcpu Monitoring 11

    It means if you have 2 vCPUs, you have 3 Objects to monitor.

    vCPU1

    vCPU2

    VM

    where VM = vCPU1+vCPU2

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.04

    DB:3.04:Upgrading From Vmware Server 1 To Server 2 - Get The Below Disk- Lib Message kk



    Hi

    I get the below messages after upgrading from VMWARE 1.03 to version 2

    so far there arent any errors other for the below. No to sure if this meanse perfomance issues or if it is normal

    Nov 19 22:06:35.156: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 400000 numMergedIOs = 91417 numSplitIOs = 10080

    Nov 19 22:10:03.921: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 450000 numMergedIOs = 93469 numSplitIOs = 10401

    Nov 19 22:13:09.671: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 500000 numMergedIOs = 96120 numSplitIOs = 10757

    Nov 19 22:16:10.984: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 550000 numMergedIOs = 97822 numSplitIOs = 10918

    Nov 19 22:18:50.328: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 600000 numMergedIOs = 99543 numSplitIOs = 11127

    Nov 19 22:20:53.875: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 650000 numMergedIOs = 101132 numSplitIOs = 11323

    Nov 19 22:22:54.203: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 700000 numMergedIOs = 102788 numSplitIOs = 11500

    Nov 19 22:24:50.656: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 750000 numMergedIOs = 104388 numSplitIOs = 11710

    Nov 19 22:26:44.156: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 800000 numMergedIOs = 106008 numSplitIOs = 11913

    Nov 19 22:28:34.531: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 850000 numMergedIOs = 107598 numSplitIOs = 12194

    Nov 19 22:30:16.171: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 900000 numMergedIOs = 109332 numSplitIOs = 12348

    Nov 19 22:31:56.125: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 950000 numMergedIOs = 111090 numSplitIOs = 12465

    Nov 19 22:33:59.703: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1000000 numMergedIOs = 113540 numSplitIOs = 13088

    Nov 19 22:36:03.015: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1050000 numMergedIOs = 115438 numSplitIOs = 13904

    Nov 19 22:37:59.156: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1100000 numMergedIOs = 117532 numSplitIOs = 14688

    Nov 19 22:39:17.609: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1150000 numMergedIOs = 118246 numSplitIOs = 14753

    Nov 19 22:40:41.265: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1200000 numMergedIOs = 118998 numSplitIOs = 14908

    Nov 19 22:41:52.250: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1250000 numMergedIOs = 119525 numSplitIOs = 14975

    Nov 19 22:43:10.531: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1300000 numMergedIOs = 119916 numSplitIOs = 15019

    Nov 19 22:44:21.578: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1350000 numMergedIOs = 120192 numSplitIOs = 15025

    Nov 19 22:45:34.656: vcpu-1| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1400000 numMergedIOs = 120514 numSplitIOs = 15026

    Nov 19 22:46:43.187: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1450000 numMergedIOs = 120766 numSplitIOs = 15029

    Nov 19 22:48:02.671: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1500000 numMergedIOs = 121007 numSplitIOs = 15036

    Nov 19 22:49:05.515: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1550000 numMergedIOs = 121245 numSplitIOs = 15039

    Nov 19 22:50:10.218: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1600000 numMergedIOs = 121635 numSplitIOs = 15043

    Nov 19 22:51:20.546: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1650000 numMergedIOs = 122427 numSplitIOs = 15077

    Nov 19 22:52:19.828: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1700000 numMergedIOs = 122739 numSplitIOs = 15084

    Nov 19 22:53:21.500: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1750000 numMergedIOs = 123008 numSplitIOs = 15089

    Nov 19 22:54:34.171: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1800000 numMergedIOs = 123266 numSplitIOs = 15097

    Nov 19 22:55:43.312: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1850000 numMergedIOs = 123613 numSplitIOs = 15122

    Nov 19 22:56:49.109: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1900000 numMergedIOs = 123903 numSplitIOs = 15131

    Nov 19 22:57:50.875: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 1950000 numMergedIOs = 124131 numSplitIOs = 15133

    Nov 19 22:59:08.625: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2000000 numMergedIOs = 124552 numSplitIOs = 15135

    Nov 19 23:00:21.968: vcpu-1| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2050000 numMergedIOs = 125300 numSplitIOs = 15176

    Nov 19 23:01:37.218: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2100000 numMergedIOs = 126770 numSplitIOs = 15298

    Nov 19 23:03:10.250: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2150000 numMergedIOs = 141579 numSplitIOs = 19339

    Nov 19 23:04:13.968: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2200000 numMergedIOs = 162025 numSplitIOs = 23779

    Nov 19 23:05:16.953: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2250000 numMergedIOs = 186396 numSplitIOs = 24282

    Nov 19 23:06:21.046: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2300000 numMergedIOs = 210871 numSplitIOs = 24659

    Nov 19 23:07:27.281: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2350000 numMergedIOs = 235437 numSplitIOs = 24992

    Nov 19 23:08:34.578: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2400000 numMergedIOs = 257833 numSplitIOs = 27484

    Nov 19 23:09:45.921: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2450000 numMergedIOs = 279306 numSplitIOs = 30728

    Nov 19 23:10:59.968: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2500000 numMergedIOs = 301859 numSplitIOs = 33057

    Nov 19 23:12:06.765: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2550000 numMergedIOs = 322707 numSplitIOs = 37053

    Nov 19 23:13:20.265: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2600000 numMergedIOs = 343763 numSplitIOs = 40504

    Nov 19 23:14:32.765: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2650000 numMergedIOs = 366072 numSplitIOs = 43150

    Nov 19 23:15:33.750: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2700000 numMergedIOs = 388588 numSplitIOs = 45722

    Nov 19 23:16:31.968: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2750000 numMergedIOs = 411979 numSplitIOs = 47446

    Nov 19 23:17:33.937: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2800000 numMergedIOs = 434079 numSplitIOs = 50472

    Nov 19 23:18:36.015: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2850000 numMergedIOs = 452844 numSplitIOs = 56398

    Nov 19 23:19:32.062: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2900000 numMergedIOs = 475195 numSplitIOs = 59183

    Nov 19 23:20:30.687: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 2950000 numMergedIOs = 496035 numSplitIOs = 63473

    Nov 19 23:21:23.781: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3000000 numMergedIOs = 520348 numSplitIOs = 64292

    Nov 19 23:22:15.562: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3050000 numMergedIOs = 545278 numSplitIOs = 64546

    Nov 19 23:23:08.000: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3100000 numMergedIOs = 568645 numSplitIOs = 66300

    Nov 19 23:23:58.656: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3150000 numMergedIOs = 592933 numSplitIOs = 67146

    Nov 19 23:24:50.593: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3200000 numMergedIOs = 617423 numSplitIOs = 67833

    Nov 19 23:25:40.828: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3250000 numMergedIOs = 642467 numSplitIOs = 67937

    Nov 19 23:26:50.140: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3300000 numMergedIOs = 664595 numSplitIOs = 70577

    Nov 19 23:28:39.843: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3350000 numMergedIOs = 685304 numSplitIOs = 74420

    Nov 19 23:30:55.171: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3400000 numMergedIOs = 699971 numSplitIOs = 75825

    Nov 19 23:32:01.078: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3450000 numMergedIOs = 724753 numSplitIOs = 75909

    Nov 19 23:33:05.484: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3500000 numMergedIOs = 749541 numSplitIOs = 75912

    Nov 19 23:34:07.281: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3550000 numMergedIOs = 774375 numSplitIOs = 75914

    Nov 19 23:35:10.593: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3600000 numMergedIOs = 799263 numSplitIOs = 75922

    Nov 19 23:36:09.875: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3650000 numMergedIOs = 824115 numSplitIOs = 75928

    Nov 19 23:37:06.328: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3700000 numMergedIOs = 848968 numSplitIOs = 75941

    Nov 19 23:38:01.468: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3750000 numMergedIOs = 873842 numSplitIOs = 75944

    Nov 19 23:38:58.687: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3800000 numMergedIOs = 898688 numSplitIOs = 75946

    Nov 19 23:39:59.046: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3850000 numMergedIOs = 923574 numSplitIOs = 75949

    Nov 19 23:40:54.484: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3900000 numMergedIOs = 948440 numSplitIOs = 75954

    Nov 19 23:41:50.312: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 3950000 numMergedIOs = 973267 numSplitIOs = 75955

    Nov 19 23:56:43.000: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4000000 numMergedIOs = 994737 numSplitIOs = 76162

    Nov 20 01:00:43.609: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4050000 numMergedIOs = 1000261 numSplitIOs = 76338

    Nov 20 01:02:20.468: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4100000 numMergedIOs = 1001513 numSplitIOs = 76369

    Nov 20 01:04:30.312: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4150000 numMergedIOs = 1002277 numSplitIOs = 76399

    Nov 20 01:23:32.421: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4200000 numMergedIOs = 1006405 numSplitIOs = 76616

    Nov 20 02:52:58.156: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4250000 numMergedIOs = 1012691 numSplitIOs = 77184

    Nov 20 04:37:28.218: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4300000 numMergedIOs = 1020076 numSplitIOs = 77406

    Nov 20 05:53:54.171: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4350000 numMergedIOs = 1033739 numSplitIOs = 78383

    Nov 20 07:35:04.734: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4400000 numMergedIOs = 1041463 numSplitIOs = 78716

    Nov 20 08:32:31.250: vcpu-1| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4450000 numMergedIOs = 1050679 numSplitIOs = 79262

    Nov 20 09:02:01.093: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4500000 numMergedIOs = 1062332 numSplitIOs = 79896

    Nov 20 09:32:53.796: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4550000 numMergedIOs = 1072048 numSplitIOs = 80499

    Nov 20 09:51:11.921: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : numIOs = 4600000 numMergedIOs = 1096782 numSplitIOs = 81934

    DB:3.04:Upgrading From Vmware Server 1 To Server 2 - Get The Below Disk- Lib Message kk


    you use a 300 Gb monolithicSparse vmdk - this will slow down after long term usage unless you regularly shrink it.

    Suggestion: convert to a preallocated disk with vmware-vdiskmanager.

    After that the VM will be significantly faster___________________________________

    VMX-parameters- VMware-liveCD - VM-Sickbay

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.04

    DB:3.04:Fedora Core 4 On Xp Host 89



    Anyone have any issues with installing fedora core 4 as a guest on a xp host? I get to the part where installation starts after package selection and get a unhandled exception from fedora about not being able to allocate memory i believe. the vmware log looks like so:

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| Log for VMware Workstation pid=4092 version=5.0.0 build=build-13124 option=Release

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| Command line: "D:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe" "-@" "pipe=.\pipe\vmx08a774b9800265c4; vm=08a774b9800265c4" "D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\other26xlinux.vmx"

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| UI Connecting to pipe '.\pipe\vmx08a774b9800265c4' with user '(null)'

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| CPU #0 TSC = 1992529393747402

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| TSC delta 0

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| VMMon_GetkHzEstimate: Calculated 996766 kHz

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| pcpu #0 CPUID numEntries=2 GenuntelineI

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| pcpu #0 CPUID version=0x68a id1.edx=0x383f9ff id1.ecx=0x0 id1.ebx=0x2

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| pcpu #0 CPUID id80.eax=3020101 id81.edx=0xc040882 id81.ecx=0x0

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| CPUID id1.edx: 0x383f9ff id1.ecx: 0 id81.edx: 0xc040882 id81.ecx: 0

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| changing directory to D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\.

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| Config file: D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\other26xlinux.vmx

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| LOG failed to remove D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\vmware-2.log failed: The system cannot find the file specified

    Jul 15 13:57:53: vmx| VMXVmdbCbVmVmxExecState: Exec state change requested to state poweredOn without reset

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| PowerOn

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| HOST Windows version 5.1, build 2600, platform 2, "Service Pack 1"

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT --- USER PREFERENCES

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.autoFitFullScreen = fitHostToGuest

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.allowInsanePkgs = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.view.navBar.type = favorites

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest0.present = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest0.destString =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest0.user =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest1.present = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest1.destString =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest1.user =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest2.present = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest2.destString =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest2.user =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest3.present = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest3.destString =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest3.user =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest4.present = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest4.destString =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest4.user =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest5.present = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest5.destString =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest5.user =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest6.present = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest6.destString =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest6.user =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest7.present = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest7.destString =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest7.user =

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT webUpdate.checkLast = 1121447957

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT prefvmx.mru.config = D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\other26xlinux.vmx;

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.view.navBar = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.ws.currentObj.path = /vm/#67c78126e498de82/

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.ws.currentObj.type = vm

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj0.present = TRUE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj0.name = Home

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj1.present = TRUE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj1.type = vm

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj1.path = /vm/#67c78126e498de82/

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj1.file = D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core 4\redhat.vmx

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj1.name = Fedora Core 4

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.ws.openedObj.maxNum = 2

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.placement.left = 67

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.placement.top = 89

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.placement.right = 720

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.placement.bottom = 703

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.tip.startup = FALSE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT pref.tip.index = 1

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT --- USER DEFAULTS

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT --- HOST DEFAULTS

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT --- SITE DEFAULTS

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT --- COMMAND LINE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT gui.available = TRUE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT --- CONFIGURATION

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT config.version = 8

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT virtualHW.version = 4

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT scsi0.present = TRUE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT scsi0.virtualDev = lsilogic

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT memsize = 96

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT scsi0:0.present = TRUE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT scsi0:0.fileName = Other Linux 2.6.x kernel.vmdk

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT ide1:0.present = TRUE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT ide1:0.fileName = auto detect

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT ide1:0.deviceType = cdrom-raw

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT floppy0.fileName = A:

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT ethernet0.present = TRUE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT ethernet0.connectionType = nat

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT usb.present = TRUE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT sound.present = TRUE

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT sound.virtualDev = es1371

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT displayName = Fedora Core

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT guestOS = other26xlinux

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT nvram = other26xlinux.nvram

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT --- USER DEFAULTS

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT --- HOST DEFAULTS

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT --- SITE DEFAULTS

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT --- GLOBAL SETTINGS

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.uptime

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| WSSCAN: reserved mem (in MB) min=16 max=128 recommended=128

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| hostMem=252 maxAllowedAll=4096 maxAllowedVM=3600

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| totOverhead=0

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| WSSCAN: used rec mem (in MB) 128

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| WSSCAN: Overhead 29553 paged 4941 nonpaged 4096 maxFBSize

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| WSSCAN 1 0 32449 40371 32768 32449 50 0

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| LICENSE using: 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\VMware, Inc.\VMware Workstation\License.ws.5.0'

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| STATDECLGROUP stats Root "" null

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| CPUID after masking: version 0x688 id1.edx 0x383fbff id1.ecx 0x0 id81.edx 0xc040882

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| CPU.cpuFeatures = 0x40735e01

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| KHZEstimate 996766

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| MHZEstimate 997

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| NumVCPUs 1

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| CPUID after masking: version 0x688 id1.edx 0x383fbff id1.ecx 0x0 id81.edx 0xc040882

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| CPU.cpuFeatures = 0x40735e01

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d b7 15 4b 75 c2 43-fe 7e 0b 4a 24 d9 7b 52

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| UUID: canonical path is d:\my docs\my virtual machines\fedora core\other26xlinux.vmx

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d 6e 81 8c ac 73 e9-74 35 34 ae 98 30 44 25

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| UUID: Writing uuid.bios 56 4d 6e 81 8c ac 73 e9-74 35 34 ae 98 30 44 25

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| UUID: Writing uuid.location 56 4d 6e 81 8c ac 73 e9-74 35 34 ae 98 30 44 25

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| MM: Using partialmap, 24576 pages AC 0 CE 1 TM 0

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| UUID: canonical path is d:\my docs\my virtual machines\fedora core\other26xlinux.vmx

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d 6e 81 8c ac 73 e9-74 35 34 ae 98 30 44 25

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| MM: using fileName D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\564d6e81-8cac-73e9-7435-34ae98304425.vmem for paging

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| Msg_Reset:

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| \----

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| Opened paging file D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\564d6e81-8cac-73e9-7435-34ae98304425.vmem

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| Mapped mainmem as pageable

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DISK: OPEN scsi0:0 'D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\Other Linux 2.6.x kernel.vmdk' persistent R\[(null)]

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DISKLIB-DSCPTR: Opened : "Other Linux 2.6.x kernel.vmdk" (0x2)

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DISKLIB-LINK : Opened 'D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\Other Linux 2.6.x kernel.vmdk' (0xa): monolithicSparse, 8388608 sectors / 4096 Mb.

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : Opened "D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\Other Linux 2.6.x kernel.vmdk" (flags 0xa).

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DISK: OPEN 'D:\My Docs\My Virtual Machines\Fedora Core\Other Linux 2.6.x kernel.vmdk' Geo (522/255/63) BIOS Geo (0/0/0) freeSpace=3725Mb

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| TimeTracker host to guest rate conversion 1992530406278826 @ 996766000Hz - 1992530406278826 @ 996766000Hz

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| TimeTracker host to guest rate conversion ((x * 2147483648) 31) + 0

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : capacity=8388608

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=522/255/63

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| SCSI0: UNTAGGED commands will be converted to ORDER tags.

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.heartbeat

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 0

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DISKUTIL: Offline toolsVersion = 0

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| TOOLS INSTALL initializing state to IDLE on power on.

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| No valid NVRAM file found, will create default NVRAM.

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| USB: Initializing UHCI host controller

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| USB: Initializing USB Generic backend

    Jul 15 13:57:54: usbEnum| VTHREAD thread 5 "usbEnum" host id 3848 started

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| VTHREAD create thread 5 "usbEnum"

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| VLANCE: send cluster threshold is 80, size = 2 recalcInterval is 2 ticks

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| Ethernet0 MAC Address: 00:0c:29:30:44:25

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| VMXNET: send cluster threshold is 80, size = 2 recalcInterval is 2 ticks, dontClusterSize is 128

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| VirtualProtect MapProtectMem(0x4f80000,0x1000) returns 0x1e7

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| Can't read-only monitor pages from 0x04F80000 to 0x04F81000

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| VirtualProtect MapProtectMem(0x4f82000,0x0) returns 0x57

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| Can't read-only monitor pages from 0x04F82000 to 0x04F82000

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| VMX_PowerOn: ModuleTable_PowerOn = 1

    Jul 15 13:57:54: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 "mks" host id 3612 started

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| VTHREAD create thread 1 "mks"

    Jul 15 13:57:54: mks| Async MKS thread is alive

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vcpu-0| VTHREAD thread 4 "vcpu-0" host id 1340 started

    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| VTHREAD create thread 4 "vcpu-0"

    Jul 15 13:57:55: vcpu-0| PShare: enabled 1, scanRate 32, checkRate 16

    Jul 15 13:57:55: vcpu-0| cpuFeatures = 0x40735e01

    Jul 15 13:57:55: vcpu-0| Init modules.

    Jul 15 13:57:55: mks| Connecting to window system.

    Jul 15 13:57:55: kbh| VTHREAD thread 6 "kbh" host id 3220 started

    Jul 15 13:57:55: mks| VTHREAD create thread 6 "kbh"

    Jul 15 13:57:55: mks| KHBKL: Unable to parse keystring at: ''

    Jul 15 13:57:55: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:55: vmx| VNET: Notification enabled for Ethernet0

    Jul 15 13:57:56: vmx| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Sync: syserror Incorrect function.

    Jul 15 13:57:56: vmx| CDROM: Detected a CD-ROM of 'E:\'

    Jul 15 13:57:56: vmx| DnD rpc already set to 1

    Jul 15 13:57:56: vcpu-0| INTELRDMSR(0x8b) = 0x0000000100000000

    Jul 15 13:57:56: vcpu-0| INTELRDMSR(0x17) = 0x6951000000000000

    Jul 15 13:57:56: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:56: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:56: vcpu-0| sz=3035104

    Jul 15 13:57:56: vcpu-0| vmm32 initialized: Releasebuild-13124. cflags: 0x08000002.a000f480

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0x0) and 0xec000000(0x0)

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 32768 bytes)

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VBIOS OPROM

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the LSIBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 16384 bytes)

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the LSIBIOS OPROM

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VLANCE OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 65536 bytes)

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VLANCE OPROM

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 32768 bytes)

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VBIOS OPROM

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x0)

    Jul 15 13:57:57: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Jul 15 13:57:57: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:57: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:58: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:58: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:58: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:58: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:58: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:58: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:57:58: vcpu-0| UHCI: Global Reset

    Jul 15 13:57:58: vcpu-0| UHCI: HCReset

    Jul 15 13:57:58: vcpu-0| UHCI: HCReset

    Jul 15 13:57:59: vcpu-0| AIOGNRC: Starting 2 I/O threads.

    Jul 15 13:57:59: IO#0| VTHREAD thread 7 "IO#0" host id 3792 started

    Jul 15 13:57:59: vcpu-0| VTHREAD create thread 7 "IO#0"

    Jul 15 13:57:59: IO#1| VTHREAD thread 8 "IO#1" host id 1788 started

    Jul 15 13:57:59: vcpu-0| VTHREAD create thread 8 "IO#1"

    Jul 15 13:57:59: vcpu-0| Winnt_CDROM: 'E:' Length 24 MaxTransferLength 131072 MaxPhysPages 32

    Jul 15 13:57:59: vcpu-0| Winnt_CDROM: AlignMask 0x1 !AsyncEvent !TaggedQ ScanUp PIO

    Jul 15 13:58:00: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the LSIBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 16384 bytes)

    Jul 15 13:58:00: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the LSIBIOS OPROM

    Jul 15 13:58:00: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=522/255/63

    Jul 15 13:58:00: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VLANCE OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 65536 bytes)

    Jul 15 13:58:00: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VLANCE OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 65536 bytes)

    Jul 15 13:58:00: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VLANCE OPROM

    Jul 15 13:58:01: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:58:01: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:58:02: vcpu-0| BIOS-UUID is 56 4d 6e 81 8c ac 73 e9-74 35 34 ae 98 30 44 25

    Jul 15 13:58:02: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 0

    Jul 15 13:58:02: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: Offline toolsVersion = 0

    Jul 15 13:58:02: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:03: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:04: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:58:06: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.448 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 13:58:08: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:58:12: mouse| VTHREAD thread 9 "mouse" host id 3504 started

    Jul 15 13:58:12: mks| VTHREAD create thread 9 "mouse"

    Jul 15 13:58:19: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:58:19: vcpu-0| Unknown int 10h func 0x0000

    Jul 15 13:58:21: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x14c0)

    Jul 15 13:58:21: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0xfff0 (0x0)

    Jul 15 13:58:21: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0xfff0 (0xfff0)

    Jul 15 13:58:21: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x0)

    Jul 15 13:58:26: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x170) Rep INSW ATAPI Unknown Cmd 0x51 Data len 2

    Jul 15 13:58:26: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x170) Rep INSW ATAPI Unknown Cmd 0x51 Data len 32

    Jul 15 13:58:26: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x170) Rep INSW ATAPI Unknown Cmd 0x51 Data len 2

    Jul 15 13:58:26: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x170) Rep INSW ATAPI Unknown Cmd 0x52 Data len 8

    Jul 15 13:58:26: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x170) Rep INSW ATAPI Unknown Cmd 0x52 Data len 32

    Jul 15 13:58:27: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 13:58:29: vcpu-0| UHCI: Global Reset

    Jul 15 13:58:30: vcpu-0| UHCI: HCReset

    Jul 15 13:58:36: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command READ BUFFER issued. --ok

    Jul 15 13:58:36: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command READ BUFFER issued. --ok

    Jul 15 13:58:37: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x170) Rep INSW ATAPI Unknown Cmd 0x46 Data len 32

    Jul 15 13:58:38: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.072 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 13:58:40: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x170) Rep INSW ATAPI Unknown Cmd 0x46 Data len 32

    Jul 15 13:59:10: vcpu-0| Unknown int 10h func 0x0000

    Jul 15 13:59:23: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.255 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 13:59:30: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x14c0)

    Jul 15 13:59:30: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Jul 15 13:59:30: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x0)

    Jul 15 13:59:30: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Jul 15 13:59:33: mks| SVGA: Using non-extended FIFO (min is 16, need 32)

    Jul 15 13:59:33: vcpu-0| Guest OS = 0x5008

    Jul 15 13:59:33: mks| HostOps hideCursor before defineCursor!

    Jul 15 13:59:50: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:59:50: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:59:50: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:59:50: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:59:51: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:59:51: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:59:54: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:59:54: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 13:59:56: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:00:35: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:00:35: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:00:35: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:00:35: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:00:37: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:01:00: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.309 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 14:01:21: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.393 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 14:02:15: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.656 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 14:02:33: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.056 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 14:03:14: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.702 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 14:03:55: vmx| Ignoring windows message posted to non-UI thread. hwnd 83690422 msg 0x400 wp 0000babe lp 0017b4dc

    Jul 15 14:04:24: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.569 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 14:04:46: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:04:46: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:04:46: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:04:46: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:04:49: vcpu-0| FLOPPYLIB-LIB : Win32Ioctl: syserror The device is not ready.

    Jul 15 14:05:01: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.224 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 14:05:12: mouse| VTHREAD thread 9 start exiting

    Jul 15 14:05:12: mouse| VTHREAD thread 9 exiting, 7 left

    Jul 15 14:05:12: mks| VTHREAD destroy thread 9 "mouse"

    Jul 15 14:05:14: kbh| VTHREAD thread 6 start exiting

    Jul 15 14:05:14: kbh| VTHREAD thread 6 exiting, 6 left

    Jul 15 14:05:14: mks| VTHREAD destroy thread 6 "kbh"

    Jul 15 14:05:40: mouse| VTHREAD thread 6 "mouse" host id 3336 started

    Jul 15 14:05:40: mks| VTHREAD create thread 6 "mouse"

    Jul 15 14:05:40: kbh| VTHREAD thread 9 "kbh" host id 3428 started

    Jul 15 14:05:40: mks| VTHREAD create thread 9 "kbh"

    Jul 15 14:06:01: vmx| DISK: DISK/CDROM timeout of 1.723 seconds on ide1:0 (ok)

    Jul 15 14:06:01: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x14c0)

    Jul 15 14:06:01: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Jul 15 14:06:01: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x14c0 (0x0)

    Jul 15 14:06:01: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xec000000(0xec000000)

    Jul 15 14:06:09: mouse| VTHREAD thread 6 start exiting

    Jul 15 14:06:09: mouse| VTHREAD thread 6 exiting, 7 left

    Jul 15 14:06:09: mks| VTHREAD destroy thread 6 "mouse"

    Jul 15 14:06:19: mks| Ignoring update request in VGA_Expose (mode change pending).

    Jul 15 14:06:19: vmx| VMXVmdbCbVmVmxExecState: Exec state change requested to state poweredOff without reset

    Jul 15 14:06:19: vmx| Stopping VCPU threads...

    Jul 15 14:06:19: vcpu-0| VTHREAD thread 4 start exiting

    Jul 15 14:06:19: vcpu-0| VTHREAD thread 4 exiting, 6 left

    Jul 15 14:06:19: vmx| VTHREAD destroy thread 4 "vcpu-0"

    Jul 15 14:06:19: vmx| VTHREAD destroy thread 1 "mks"

    Jul 15 14:06:19: mks| Detaching from window system.

    Jul 15 14:06:19: kbh| VTHREAD thread 9 start exiting

    Jul 15 14:06:19: kbh| VTHREAD thread 9 exiting, 5 left

    Jul 15 14:06:19: mks| VTHREAD destroy thread 9 "kbh"

    Jul 15 14:06:19: mks| Async MKS thread is exiting

    Jul 15 14:06:19: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 start exiting

    Jul 15 14:06:19: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 exiting, 4 left

    Jul 15 14:06:19: vmx| TOOLS received request in VMX to set option 'enableDnD' - '0'

    Jul 15 14:06:20: usbEnum| VTHREAD thread 5 start exiting

    Jul 15 14:06:20: usbEnum| VTHREAD thread 5 exiting, 3 left

    Jul 15 14:06:20: vmx| VTHREAD destroy thread 5 "usbEnum"

    Jul 15 14:06:20: vmx| MKS local poweroff

    Jul 15 14:06:20: vmx| Lock before MKS lock created. Early poweroff?

    Jul 15 14:06:20: vmx| Unlock before MKS lock created. Early poweroff?

    Jul 15 14:06:20: vmx| scsi0:0: numIOs = 62 numMergedIOs = 0 numSplitIOs = 0 (-1.$%)

    Jul 15 14:06:20: vmx| AIOWIN32: asyncOps=5 syncOps=46 bufSize=4Kb delayed=0 fixed=7 sgOp=9 sgOn=1

    Jul 15 14:06:20: IO#1| AIOGNRC: thread #1 exiting (1156)

    Jul 15 14:06:20: IO#1| VTHREAD thread 8 start exiting

    Jul 15 14:06:20: IO#1| VTHREAD thread 8 exiting, 2 left

    Jul 15 14:06:20: IO#0| AIOGNRC: thread #0 exiting (1164)

    Jul 15 14:06:20: IO#0| VTHREAD thread 7 start exiting

    Jul 15 14:06:20: IO#0| VTHREAD thread 7 exiting, 1 left

    Jul 15 14:06:20: vmx| VTHREAD destroy thread 7 "IO#0"

    Jul 15 14:06:20: vmx| VTHREAD destroy thread 8 "IO#1"

    Jul 15 14:06:20: vmx| AIOGNRC: asyncOps=0 syncOps=0 maxPending=0 maxCompleted=0

    Jul 15 14:06:21: vmx| vmdbPipe_Streams: Couldn't read

    Jul 15 14:06:21: vmx| VMX idle exit

    Jul 15 14:06:21: vmx| Flushing VMX VMDB connections

    Jul 15 14:06:21: vmx| IPC_exit: disconnecting all threads

    Jul 15 14:06:21: vmx| VMX exit.

    anyone know what the problem could be??

    TIA,

    M

    DB:3.04:Fedora Core 4 On Xp Host 89


    Jul 15 13:57:54: vmx| DICT memsize = 96

    Give your guest a bit more memory. If you like your FC4 to behave normally you should give it at least 256Mb of RAM (I would recommend even 384Mb)

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    View 5.1 and ESXi 4.1.

    What happens is the desktop flickers and goes black and disconnects the session, this happens ~10 times per day (over 80 clients) and I think it always happens when the vCPU is maxed out. At least everything I look the vCPU have been at 100% or close to.

    I've been trying to find a solution, but I can't really find anything.

    I just extracted logs from on of the cdesktops after it disconnected.

    Here are some of the info I found interesting.

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    DB:3.04:3 Vcpu Machine sp


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    DB:3.04:3 Vcpu Machine sp

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  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.04

    DB:3.04:Issue Starting Guest Machine Being Stuck At 95% dk



    I just installed VMware server 2.02 and I'm having issues starting the guest machine.

    Looking at the log file this is what I'm coming up with.

    I've done so much reading in the forums that I'm stuck now.

    VMware server running on Windows 7 professional 64 bit

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    I can get the vmdk file to run on another computer just fine, but fails on this computer.

    Also I've tried to do a clean virtual machine install and it hangs at 95%

    May 05 16:30:18.572: vmx| Log for VMware Server pid=4992 version=2.0.0 build=build-122956 option=Release

    May 05 16:30:18.572: vmx| Hostname=beefsmail

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=(Unknown)

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=(Unknown)

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=(Unknown)

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=10.0.0.69

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=192.168.80.1

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=192.168.226.1

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| Command line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Server\x64\vmware-vmx.exe" "-#" "name=VMware Server;version=2.0.0;buildnumber=122956;licensename=VMware GSX Server for Win32;licenseversion=3.0 build-122956;" "-@" "pipe=.\pipe\vmxcb8d271de4ea5212;" "C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\Mail.vmx"

    May 05 16:30:18.665: vmx| UI Connecting to pipe '.\pipe\vmxcb8d271de4ea5212' with user '(null)'

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| Transitioned vmx/execState/val to poweredOff

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat system.cpuusage

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat system.ram

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat system.uptime

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat system.load

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| HD: host version is 6.1.7600

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| HD: addr fffff80002b85ae0

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| HD: fffff80002c43270, 0

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| VMMon_GetkHzEstimate: Calculated 2700040 kHz

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| VMMon_RememberkHzEstimate: Calculated 2700040 kHz

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPU # 0 TSC = 504203076633

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPU # 1 TSC = 504203076239

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| TSC delta 394

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| PTSC: RefClockToTSC 2636757Hz - 2700040000Hz

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| PTSC: RefClockToTSC ((x * 2147484309) 21)

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| PTSC: using TSC

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] vendor: AuthcAMDenti

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] name: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 215 Processor

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000000, 0: 0x00000005 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x00020800 0x00802009 0x178bfbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000002, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000003, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000004, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000005, 0: 0x00000040 0x00000040 0x00000003 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000000, 0: 0x8000001b 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x100018f6 0x000037ff 0xefd3fbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000002, 0: 0x20444d41 0x6c687441 0x74286e6f 0x4920296d

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000003, 0: 0x32582049 0x35313220 0x6f725020 0x73736563

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000004, 0: 0x0020726f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000005, 0: 0xff30ff10 0xff30ff20 0x40020140 0x40020140

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000006, 0: 0x20800000 0x42004200 0x02008140 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000007, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x000001f9

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000008, 0: 0x00003030 0x00000000 0x00002001 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000009, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000a, 0: 0x00000001 0x00000040 0x00000000 0x0000000f

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000b, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000c, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000d, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000e, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000f, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000010, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000011, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000012, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000013, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000014, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000015, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000016, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000017, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000018, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000019, 0: 0xf0300000 0x60100000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000001a, 0: 0x00000003 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000001b, 0: 0x0000001f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] vendor: AuthcAMDenti

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] name: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 215 Processor

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000000, 0: 0x00000005 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x01020800 0x00802009 0x178bfbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000002, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000003, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000004, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000005, 0: 0x00000040 0x00000040 0x00000003 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000000, 0: 0x8000001b 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x100018f6 0x000037ff 0xefd3fbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000002, 0: 0x20444d41 0x6c687441 0x74286e6f 0x4920296d

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000003, 0: 0x32582049 0x35313220 0x6f725020 0x73736563

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000004, 0: 0x0020726f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000005, 0: 0xff30ff10 0xff30ff20 0x40020140 0x40020140

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000006, 0: 0x20800000 0x42004200 0x02008140 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000007, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x000001f9

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000008, 0: 0x00003030 0x00000000 0x00002001 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000009, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000a, 0: 0x00000001 0x00000040 0x00000000 0x0000000f

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000b, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000c, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000d, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000e, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000f, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000010, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000011, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000012, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000013, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000014, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000015, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000016, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000017, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000018, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000019, 0: 0xf0300000 0x60100000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000001a, 0: 0x00000003 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000001b, 0: 0x0000001f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID vendor: AuthcAMDenti

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID name: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 215 Processor

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000000, 0: 0x00000005 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x00020800 0x00802009 0x178bfbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000002, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000003, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000004, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000005, 0: 0x00000040 0x00000040 0x00000003 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000000, 0: 0x8000001b 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x100018f6 0x000037ff 0xefd3fbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000002, 0: 0x20444d41 0x6c687441 0x74286e6f 0x4920296d

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000003, 0: 0x32582049 0x35313220 0x6f725020 0x73736563

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000004, 0: 0x0020726f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000005, 0: 0xff30ff10 0xff30ff20 0x40020140 0x40020140

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000006, 0: 0x20800000 0x42004200 0x02008140 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000007, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x000001f9

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000008, 0: 0x00003030 0x00000000 0x00002001 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000009, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000a, 0: 0x00000001 0x00000040 0x00000000 0x0000000f

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000b, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000c, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000d, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000e, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000f, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000010, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000011, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000012, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000013, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000014, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000015, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000016, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000017, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000018, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000019, 0: 0xf0300000 0x60100000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000001a, 0: 0x00000003 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000001b, 0: 0x0000001f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID Maximum Physical Address Bits supported across all CPUs: 48

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| Host ACPI: can't find SRAT

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| Host: SRAT tables not found in memory

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| ACL_InitCapabilities: current IPC thread

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| ACL_InitCapabilities: done

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| changing directory to C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\.

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| Config file: C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\Mail.vmx

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| LOG failed to remove C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\vmware-2.log failed: The system cannot find the file specified

    May 05 16:30:18.759: vmx| VMXVmdb_LoadRawConfig: Loading raw config

    May 05 16:30:18.821: vmx| CnxHandleConnection: WSASocket returned error 10022.

    May 05 16:30:18.821: vmx| VMAutomation: Cnx_CompleteAsyncOperation() failed.

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| VMXVmdbCbVmVmxExecState: Exec state change requested to state poweredOn without reset, soft.

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| TOOLS delaying state change request to state 3

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| PowerOn

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| VMX_PowerOn: VMX build 122956, UI build 122956

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| Host: WIN32 highest NUMA node 0

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| Host: WIN32 NUMA node 0, CPU mask 0x0000000000000003

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| VMXVmdb_LoadRawConfig: Loading raw config

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| HOST Windows version 6.1, build 7600, platform 2, "", SMP

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- USER PREFERENCES

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- USER DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- HOST DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.minVmMemPct = 50

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.allVMMemoryLimit = 3454

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazySave = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazyRestore = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.client.port = 902

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.vim = vmware-hostd:hostd-vmdb

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.nfc = vmware-hostd:ha-nfc

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- SITE DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.minVmMemPct = 50

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.allVMMemoryLimit = 3454

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazySave = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazyRestore = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.client.port = 902

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.vim = vmware-hostd:hostd-vmdb

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.nfc = vmware-hostd:ha-nfc

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- COMMAND LINE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- CONFIGURATION

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT config.version = 8

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT virtualHW.version = 7

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT floppy0.present = FALSE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mks.enable3d = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge0.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge4.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge4.virtualDev = pcieRootPort

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge4.functions = 8

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge5.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge5.virtualDev = pcieRootPort

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge5.functions = 8

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge6.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge6.virtualDev = pcieRootPort

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge6.functions = 8

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge7.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge7.virtualDev = pcieRootPort

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge7.functions = 8

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT vmci0.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT nvram = Mail.nvram

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT virtualHW.productCompatibility = hosted

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ft.secondary0.enabled = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT tools.upgrade.policy = useGlobal

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT powerType.powerOff = soft

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT powerType.powerOn = hard

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT powerType.suspend = hard

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT powerType.reset = soft

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT displayName = Mail

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT extendedConfigFile = Mail.vmxf

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT memsize = 512

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide0:0.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide0:0.fileName = beefsmail.vmdk

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide0:0.writeThrough = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide1:0.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide1:0.fileName = D:

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide1:0.deviceType = atapi-cdrom

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide1:0.allowGuestConnectionControl = FALSE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.allowGuestConnectionControl = FALSE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.features = 1

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.wakeOnPcktRcv = FALSE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.networkName = Bridged

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.addressType = generated

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT usb.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ehci.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT guestOS = winnetweb

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT uuid.location = 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT uuid.bios = 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT vc.uuid = 52 c9 e0 9b 7b 2e 8c eb-aa 25 73 c4 fd 7d 88 4a

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.generatedAddress = 00:0c:29:c8:91:ec

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide0:0.redo =

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT vmotion.checkpointFBSize = 134217728

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge0.pciSlotNumber = 17

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge4.pciSlotNumber = 21

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge5.pciSlotNumber = 22

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge6.pciSlotNumber = 23

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge7.pciSlotNumber = 24

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT usb.pciSlotNumber = 32

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.pciSlotNumber = 33

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ehci.pciSlotNumber = 34

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT vmci0.pciSlotNumber = 35

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.generatedAddressOffset = 0

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT vmci0.id = 1237881324

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- USER DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- HOST DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.minVmMemPct = 50

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.allVMMemoryLimit = 3454

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazySave = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazyRestore = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.client.port = 902

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.vim = vmware-hostd:hostd-vmdb

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.nfc = vmware-hostd:ha-nfc

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- SITE DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.minVmMemPct = 50

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.allVMMemoryLimit = 3454

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazySave = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazyRestore = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.client.port = 902

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.vim = vmware-hostd:hostd-vmdb

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.nfc = vmware-hostd:ha-nfc

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- GLOBAL SETTINGS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| hostCpuFeatures = 0x1e7003ff

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| hostNumPerfCounters = 4

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| CPU0: PMC: K7 GH

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| CPU1: PMC: K7 GH

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| MONITOR MODE: allowed modes : BT HV HWMMU

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| MONITOR MODE: user requested modes : BT HV HWMMU

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| MONITOR MODE: guestOS preferred modes: BT HWMMU HV

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| MONITOR MODE: filtered list : BT HWMMU HV

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| HV Settings: virtual exec = 'software'; virtual mmu = 'software'

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| VMXVmdb_LoadRawConfig: Loading raw config

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| Host display topology 1024x768.

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| SVGA using 2360x1770.

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| WSSCAN: reserved mem (in MB) min=32 max=3712 recommended=3712

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| WSSCAN: used rec mem (in MB) 3712

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| PSHARE: scan rate min 16 max 400

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| WSSCAN: Overhead 165150 paged 15114 nonpaged 32768 maxFBSize

    May 05 16:30:19.055: vmx| WSSCAN 1 1 728810 737002 950272 806550 50 0

    May 05 16:30:19.055: vmx| LICENSE using: 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\VMware, Inc.\VMware Server\Dormant\License.gsx.3.0-00'

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to remove stats\stats32-2 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats32-1 - stats\stats32-2 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats32-0 - stats\stats32-1 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats32 - stats\stats32-0 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to remove stats\stats64-2 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats64-1 - stats\stats64-2 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats64-0 - stats\stats64-1 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats64 - stats\stats64-0 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to remove stats32-2 failed: The system cannot find the file specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to remove stats64-2 failed: The system cannot find the file specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| Monitor_PowerOn: HostedVSMP skew tracking is disabled

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| Monitor_PowerOn: HostedVSMP crosscall yielding is disabled

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| vmm32-modules: [vmm.vmm32 .data:0x2b000-0x728 .sdata:0x2c000-0x4e4 .statvars:0x2d000-0x3a0 .peer:0x2e000-0x261c0 .shared:0x56000-0x12ac0 .bss:0x6a000-0x5c88 .rodata:0x71000-0xb310 .text:0x7d000-0x58f2d .kstatvars:0x3000-0x0, mmu-pae.vmm32 .rodata:0x7c310-0x44 .data:0x2b728-0xc .peer:0x541c0-0x16c0 .shared:0x68ac0-0x2c0 .bss:0x6fca0-0x518 .text:0xd5f30-0xa4e7 .comment:0x40000d26-0x10e .statvars:0x2000-0x0 .kstatvars:0x2000-0x0 .scb:0x400038a0-0x180 .shared_meta:0x40003c00-0x390 .peer_meta:0x40001020-0x210, sharedmmu-none.vmm32 .text:0xe0418-0x32 .comment:0x40000e34-0x12, pv-none.vmm32 .shared:0x68d80-0x180 .bss:0x701c0-0x84 .text:0xe044c-0xe6 .comment:0x40000e46-0x48 .shared_meta:0x40003f90-0x90, vprobe-none.vmm32 .text:0xe0534-0x79 .comment:0x40000e8e-0x12, hv-none.vmm32 .rodata:0x7c354-0x4 .data:0x1000-0x0 .peer:0x1000-0x0 .shared:0x1000-0x0 .bss:0x1000-0x0 .text:0xe05b0-0x2d .comment:0x40000ea0-0x12 .statvars:0x1000-0x0 .kstatvars:0x1000-0x0, gphys-sw.vmm32 .peer:0x55880-0x40 .shared:0x68f00-0x140 .bss:0x2000-0x0 .text:0xe05e0-0xb43 .comment:0x40000eb2-0x12 .scb:0x40003a20-0x60 .shared_meta:0x40004020-0x2a0 .peer_meta:0x40001230-0x60, vassert-none.vmm32 .text:0xe1124-0xf .comment:0x40000ec4-0x12, vmsafe-none.vmm32 .text:0xe1134-0xd .comment:0x40000ed6-0x12, .rodata:0x7c358-0x36c]

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| KHZEstimate 2700040

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| MHZEstimate 2700

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| NumVCPUs 1

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| PShare: enabled 1, scanRate 32, checkRate 16

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d 29 f5 ee 3b e0 c1-8f 32 13 f6 cf c5 6b 25

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| AIOGNRC: numThreads=4 ide=1, scsi=0, passthru=1

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| WORKER: Creating new group with numThreads=4 (4)

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| Replay State = 0

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| minDEThreshold: 100

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| MM: Using partialmap, 131072 pages AC 0 CE 1 TM 0 DOHU 0

    May 05 16:30:19.087: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:19.087: vmx| FILE: ScanDirectory discarding M33193.lck from C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\564d969a-e536-ad28-b648-26df49c891ec.vmem.lck': invalid executionID.

    May 05 16:30:19.087: vmx| MM: using 'C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\564d969a-e536-ad28-b648-26df49c891ec.vmem' as a paging file

    May 05 16:30:19.087: vmx| Opened paging file C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\564d969a-e536-ad28-b648-26df49c891ec.vmem

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| Mapped mainmem as pageable

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.cpuusage

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.ram

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.uptime

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.suspendTime

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.powerOnTimeStamp

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| VMXAIOMGR: Using: simple=Generic unbuf=Compl

    May 05 16:30:19.118: vmx| VMXVmdb_LoadRawConfig: Loading raw config

    May 05 16:30:19.118: vmx| DISK: OPEN ide0:0 'C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk' persistent R[]

    May 05 16:30:19.118: vmx| FILE: ScanDirectory discarding M51304.lck from C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk.lck': invalid executionID.

    May 05 16:30:19.430: vmx| DISKLIB-DSCPTR: Opened : "beefsmail.vmdk" (0x2a)

    May 05 16:30:19.430: vmx| DISKLIB-LINK : Opened 'C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk' (0x2a): monolithicSparse, 160836480 sectors / 76.7 GB.

    May 05 16:30:19.430: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : Opened "C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk" (flags 0x2a).

    May 05 16:30:19.430: vmx| DiskGetGeometry: Reading of disk partition table

    May 05 16:30:19.430: vmx| DISK: OPEN 'C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk' Geo (16383/16/63) BIOS Geo (10011/255/63) freeSpace=606475 MB, ide

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| TimeTracker host to guest rate conversion 506443051311 @ 2700040000Hz - 506443051311 @ 2700040000Hz

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| TimeTracker host to guest rate conversion ((x * 2147483648) 31) + 0

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Generic' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USBGW: Connected to HCMON version 3.0

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Virtual Hub' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Virtual Mouse' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Virtual Keyboard' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Remote Device' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| RemoteUSBVMX: no delay setting is TRUE.

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Virtual Mass Storage' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Virtual CCID' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB-CCID: Could not establish resource manager context for card ops: SCARD_E_NO_SERVICE(0x8010001d).

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Unable to initialize 'Virtual CCID' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USBGW: Skipping disk backing for file (C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\Mail.vmx).

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USBGW: Skipping disk backing for file (C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk).

    May 05 16:30:19.555: vmx| USBGW: Skipping disk backing for file (C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\Mail.vmsd).

    May 05 16:30:19.555: vmx| USBGW: Skipping disk backing for file (C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\Mail.nvram).

    May 05 16:30:19.555: vmx| Host display topology 1024x768.

    May 05 16:30:19.555: vmx| SVGA using 2360x1770.

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| WORKER: Creating new group with numThreads=1 (5)

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| MKS REMOTE Loading VNC Configuration from VM config file

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| VLANCE: send cluster threshold is 80, size = 2 recalcInterval is 2 ticks

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| VMXNET: send cluster threshold is 80, size = 2 recalcInterval is 2 ticks, dontClusterSize is 128

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| NetPkt: checksum cycles/kB: C=63 asm1=219 asm2=257

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| NetPkt: copy and sum cycles/kB: C=391 asm1=332 asm2=342

    May 05 16:30:19.633: vmx| Chipset version: 0x13

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide0:0 : capacity=160836480

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ide0:0.bytesread

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ide0:0.byteswritten

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide0:0 : capacity=160836480

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide0:0 : geometry=10011/255/63

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ide1:0.bytesread

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ide1:0.byteswritten

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide1:0 : capacity=0

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide1:0 : geometry=0/0/0

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| SVGA: Advertising 3D acceleration.

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| Host display topology 1024x768 with 1 displays.

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| SVGA using 2360x1770.

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| USB: Initializing 'UHCI' host controller

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ethernet0.bytesread

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ethernet0.byteswritten

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| Ethernet0 MAC Address: 00:0c:29:c8:91:ec

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| USB: Initializing 'EHCI' host controller

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.heartbeat

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide0:0 : toolsVersion = 0

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| DISKUTIL: Offline toolsVersion = 0

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| TOOLS INSTALL initializing state to IDLE on power on.

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| PTSC to VMI Wallclock (nsec) 506998841458 @ 2700040000Hz - 1273091419000000000 @ 1000000000Hz

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| PTSC to VMI Wallclock (nsec) ((x * 3181410124) 33) + 1273091231225433175

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| PTSC to ParaTime RealCycles 0 @ 2700040000Hz - 0 @ 2700040000Hz

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| PTSC to ParaTime RealCycles ((x * 1) 0) + 0

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| ParaTime RealCycles to PTSC 0 @ 2700040000Hz - 0 @ 2700040000Hz

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| ParaTime RealCycles to PTSC ((x * 1) 0) + 0

    May 05 16:30:19.820: vmx| memoryHotplug: Current size = 512MB, Minimum size = 512MB, Maximum size = 512MB

    May 05 16:30:19.820: vmx| memoryHotplug: Entry[0]: 00000000000000A0-00000000000A0000

    May 05 16:30:19.820: vmx| memoryHotplug: Entry[1]: 00000000001000A0-0000000020000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCpuFeatures = 0x125003ff

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID vendor: AuthcAMDenti

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID name: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 215 Processor

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000000, 0: 0x00000005 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x00000800 0x80802001 0x078bbbff

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000002, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000003, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000004, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000005, 0: 0x00000040 0x00000040 0x00000003 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 40000000, 0: 0x40000010 0x61774d56 0x4d566572 0x65726177

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 40000010, 0: 0x00293308 0x000101d0 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000000, 0: 0x8000001b 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x100018f6 0x000001e9 0xebd3bbff

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000002, 0: 0x20444d41 0x6c687441 0x74286e6f 0x4920296d

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000003, 0: 0x32582049 0x35313220 0x6f725020 0x73736563

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000004, 0: 0x0020726f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000005, 0: 0xff30ff10 0xff30ff20 0x40020140 0x40020140

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000006, 0: 0x20800000 0x42004200 0x02008140 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000007, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x000001f9

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000008, 0: 0x00003028 0x00000000 0x00002000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000009, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000a, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000b, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000c, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000d, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000e, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000f, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000010, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000011, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000012, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000013, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000014, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000015, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000016, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000017, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000018, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000019, 0: 0xf0300000 0x60100000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000001a, 0: 0x00000003 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000001b, 0: 0x0000001f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.851: vmx| BusMemSample: initPercent 75 touched 0

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vmx| VMX_PowerOn: ModuleTable_PowerOn = 1

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vmx| VMX setting maximum IPC write buffers to 0 packets, 0 bytes

    May 05 16:30:19.882: mks| Async MKS thread is alive

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vcpu-0| APIC: version = 0x10, max LVT = 5

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vcpu-0| APIC: LDR = 0x2000000, DFR = 0xffffffff

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vmx| USB: Connecting device 0x400000010e0f0003

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vmx| USB: Automatically connecting virtual hub

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vmx| USB: Connecting device 0x200000010e0f0002

    May 05 16:30:19.929: vcpu-0| guestCpuFeatures = 0x125003ff

    May 05 16:30:19.929: vcpu-0| CPU reset: hard

    May 05 16:30:19.929: vcpu-0| memoryHotplug: Entry[0]: 00000000000000A0-00000000000A0000

    May 05 16:30:19.929: vcpu-0| memoryHotplug: Entry[1]: 00000000001000A0-0000000020000000

    May 05 16:30:19.945: vcpu-0| VNET: Notification enabled for Ethernet0

    May 05 16:30:19.960: vcpu-0| CDROM: Connecting ide1:0 to 'D:'. img=0 raw=0 remote=0

    May 05 16:30:19.960: vcpu-0| Transitioned vmx/execState/val to poweredOn

    May 05 16:30:20.007: vcpu-0| sz=3000272

    May 05 16:30:20.023: vcpu-0| vmm32 initialized: Releasebuild-122956. cflags: 0x00000008.00040080.03000180.00000900

    May 05 16:30:20.023: vcpu-0| MonitorInitNumaUnmapVMM32

    May 05 16:30:20.569: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0x0) and 0xd8000000(0x0)

    May 05 16:30:20.569: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:20.725: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:20.725: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:20.740: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    May 05 16:30:20.740: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| PCIBridge4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| PCIBridge5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| PCIBridge6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| PCIBridge7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| PCIBridge4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| PCIBridge5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| PCIBridge6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| PCIBridge7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.052: vcpu-0| VIDE: Curr CHS info cyls: 17475 heads: 15 sects: 63 lba_cap: 160836480

    May 05 16:30:21.380: vcpu-0| BIOS-UUID is 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:21.614: vmx| VMXVmdbLoadUsbDevices: New set of 2 USB devices

    May 05 16:30:21.614: vmx| USB: Found device

    May 05 16:30:21.614: vmx| USB: Found device

    May 05 16:30:21.973: vcpu-0| Unknown int 10h func 0x2000

    May 05 16:30:26.288: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    May 05 16:30:26.288: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:26.306: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    May 05 16:30:26.306: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:26.308: vcpu-0| PCIBridge4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.308: vcpu-0| PCIBridge4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.311: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.311: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.313: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.313: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.313: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.313: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.316: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.316: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.316: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.318: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.318: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.318: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.321: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.321: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.321: vcpu-0| PCIBridge5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.321: vcpu-0| PCIBridge5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.323: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.323: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.323: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.323: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.326: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.326: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.328: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.328: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.328: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.328: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.333: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.333: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.336: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.336: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.336: vcpu-0| PCIBridge6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.336: vcpu-0| PCIBridge6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.338: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.338: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.338: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.341: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.341: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.341: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.343: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.343: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.343: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.343: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.346: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.346: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.348: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.348: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.348: vcpu-0| PCIBridge7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.348: vcpu-0| PCIBridge7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.351: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.351: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.351: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.351: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.353: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.353: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.353: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.356: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.356: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.356: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.358: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.358: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.358: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.358: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.733: vcpu-0| PCIBridge4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.743: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.748: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.753: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.761: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.766: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.778: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.783: vcpu-0| PCIBridge5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.788: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.793: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.806: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.811: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.816: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.821: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.826: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.833: vcpu-0| PCIBridge6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.841: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.853: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.871: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.883: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.891: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.896: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.913: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.926: vcpu-0| PCIBridge7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.941: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.948: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.956: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.958: mks| SVGA: display status changed, using optimizations for local consoles.

    May 05 16:30:26.961: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.973: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.978: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.986: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:28.406: vcpu-0| VIDE: Curr CHS info cyls: 17475 heads: 15 sects: 63 lba_cap: 160836480

    May 05 16:30:29.411: vmx| CDROM: Mode Sense for Unsupported Page 0x1B

    May 05 16:30:29.411: vmx| SCSI DEVICE (ide1:0): MODE SENSE(10) for unsupported page 0x1b

    May 05 16:30:29.446: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x1f0) OUTB Cmd 0xf5, Unknown ATA Command on drive 0

    May 05 16:30:34.636: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 start feature 0

    May 05 16:30:34.639: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 start feature 0

    May 05 16:30:34.639: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 start feature 0

    May 05 16:30:34.876: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    May 05 16:30:34.876: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:34.894: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    May 05 16:30:34.894: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:35.001: vcpu-0| UHCI: Global Reset

    May 05 16:30:40.886: mks| MKS switching absolute mouse on

    May 05 16:30:43.906: vcpu-0| Unknown int 10h func 0x0000

    DB:3.04:Issue Starting Guest Machine Being Stuck At 95% dk


    I just installed VMware server 2.02 and I'm having issues starting the guest machine.

    Looking at the log file this is what I'm coming up with.

    I've done so much reading in the forums that I'm stuck now.

    VMware server running on Windows 7 professional 64 bit

    The virtual machine is a 2003 server 32 bit

    I can get the vmdk file to run on another computer just fine, but fails on this computer.

    Also I've tried to do a clean virtual machine install and it hangs at 95%

    May 05 16:30:18.572: vmx| Log for VMware Server pid=4992 version=2.0.0 build=build-122956 option=Release

    May 05 16:30:18.572: vmx| Hostname=beefsmail

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=(Unknown)

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=(Unknown)

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=(Unknown)

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=10.0.0.69

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=192.168.80.1

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| IP=192.168.226.1

    May 05 16:30:18.587: vmx| Command line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Server\x64\vmware-vmx.exe" "-#" "name=VMware Server;version=2.0.0;buildnumber=122956;licensename=VMware GSX Server for Win32;licenseversion=3.0 build-122956;" "-@" "pipe=.\pipe\vmxcb8d271de4ea5212;" "C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\Mail.vmx"

    May 05 16:30:18.665: vmx| UI Connecting to pipe '.\pipe\vmxcb8d271de4ea5212' with user '(null)'

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| Transitioned vmx/execState/val to poweredOff

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat system.cpuusage

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat system.ram

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat system.uptime

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat system.load

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| HD: host version is 6.1.7600

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| HD: addr fffff80002b85ae0

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| HD: fffff80002c43270, 0

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| VMMon_GetkHzEstimate: Calculated 2700040 kHz

    May 05 16:30:18.697: vmx| VMMon_RememberkHzEstimate: Calculated 2700040 kHz

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPU # 0 TSC = 504203076633

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPU # 1 TSC = 504203076239

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| TSC delta 394

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| PTSC: RefClockToTSC 2636757Hz - 2700040000Hz

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| PTSC: RefClockToTSC ((x * 2147484309) 21)

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| PTSC: using TSC

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] vendor: AuthcAMDenti

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] name: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 215 Processor

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000000, 0: 0x00000005 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x00020800 0x00802009 0x178bfbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000002, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000003, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000004, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 00000005, 0: 0x00000040 0x00000040 0x00000003 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000000, 0: 0x8000001b 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x100018f6 0x000037ff 0xefd3fbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000002, 0: 0x20444d41 0x6c687441 0x74286e6f 0x4920296d

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000003, 0: 0x32582049 0x35313220 0x6f725020 0x73736563

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000004, 0: 0x0020726f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000005, 0: 0xff30ff10 0xff30ff20 0x40020140 0x40020140

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000006, 0: 0x20800000 0x42004200 0x02008140 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000007, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x000001f9

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000008, 0: 0x00003030 0x00000000 0x00002001 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000009, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000a, 0: 0x00000001 0x00000040 0x00000000 0x0000000f

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000b, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000c, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000d, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000e, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000000f, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000010, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000011, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000012, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000013, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000014, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000015, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000016, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000017, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000018, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 80000019, 0: 0xf0300000 0x60100000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000001a, 0: 0x00000003 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[0] level 8000001b, 0: 0x0000001f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] vendor: AuthcAMDenti

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] name: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 215 Processor

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000000, 0: 0x00000005 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x01020800 0x00802009 0x178bfbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000002, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000003, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000004, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 00000005, 0: 0x00000040 0x00000040 0x00000003 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000000, 0: 0x8000001b 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x100018f6 0x000037ff 0xefd3fbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000002, 0: 0x20444d41 0x6c687441 0x74286e6f 0x4920296d

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000003, 0: 0x32582049 0x35313220 0x6f725020 0x73736563

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000004, 0: 0x0020726f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000005, 0: 0xff30ff10 0xff30ff20 0x40020140 0x40020140

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000006, 0: 0x20800000 0x42004200 0x02008140 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000007, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x000001f9

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000008, 0: 0x00003030 0x00000000 0x00002001 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000009, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000a, 0: 0x00000001 0x00000040 0x00000000 0x0000000f

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000b, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000c, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000d, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000e, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000000f, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000010, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000011, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000012, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000013, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000014, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000015, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000016, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000017, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000018, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 80000019, 0: 0xf0300000 0x60100000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000001a, 0: 0x00000003 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID[1] level 8000001b, 0: 0x0000001f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID vendor: AuthcAMDenti

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID name: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 215 Processor

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000000, 0: 0x00000005 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x00020800 0x00802009 0x178bfbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000002, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000003, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000004, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 00000005, 0: 0x00000040 0x00000040 0x00000003 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000000, 0: 0x8000001b 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x100018f6 0x000037ff 0xefd3fbff

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000002, 0: 0x20444d41 0x6c687441 0x74286e6f 0x4920296d

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000003, 0: 0x32582049 0x35313220 0x6f725020 0x73736563

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000004, 0: 0x0020726f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000005, 0: 0xff30ff10 0xff30ff20 0x40020140 0x40020140

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000006, 0: 0x20800000 0x42004200 0x02008140 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000007, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x000001f9

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000008, 0: 0x00003030 0x00000000 0x00002001 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000009, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000a, 0: 0x00000001 0x00000040 0x00000000 0x0000000f

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000b, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000c, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000d, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000e, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000000f, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000010, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000011, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000012, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000013, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000014, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000015, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000016, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000017, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000018, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 80000019, 0: 0xf0300000 0x60100000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000001a, 0: 0x00000003 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| hostCPUID level 8000001b, 0: 0x0000001f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| CPUID Maximum Physical Address Bits supported across all CPUs: 48

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| Host ACPI: can't find SRAT

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| Host: SRAT tables not found in memory

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| ACL_InitCapabilities: current IPC thread

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| ACL_InitCapabilities: done

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| changing directory to C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\.

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| Config file: C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\Mail.vmx

    May 05 16:30:18.712: vmx| LOG failed to remove C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\vmware-2.log failed: The system cannot find the file specified

    May 05 16:30:18.759: vmx| VMXVmdb_LoadRawConfig: Loading raw config

    May 05 16:30:18.821: vmx| CnxHandleConnection: WSASocket returned error 10022.

    May 05 16:30:18.821: vmx| VMAutomation: Cnx_CompleteAsyncOperation() failed.

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| VMXVmdbCbVmVmxExecState: Exec state change requested to state poweredOn without reset, soft.

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| TOOLS delaying state change request to state 3

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| PowerOn

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| VMX_PowerOn: VMX build 122956, UI build 122956

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| Host: WIN32 highest NUMA node 0

    May 05 16:30:19.009: vmx| Host: WIN32 NUMA node 0, CPU mask 0x0000000000000003

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| VMXVmdb_LoadRawConfig: Loading raw config

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| HOST Windows version 6.1, build 7600, platform 2, "", SMP

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- USER PREFERENCES

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- USER DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- HOST DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.minVmMemPct = 50

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.allVMMemoryLimit = 3454

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazySave = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazyRestore = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.client.port = 902

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.vim = vmware-hostd:hostd-vmdb

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.nfc = vmware-hostd:ha-nfc

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- SITE DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.minVmMemPct = 50

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.allVMMemoryLimit = 3454

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazySave = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazyRestore = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.client.port = 902

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.vim = vmware-hostd:hostd-vmdb

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.nfc = vmware-hostd:ha-nfc

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- COMMAND LINE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- CONFIGURATION

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT config.version = 8

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT virtualHW.version = 7

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT floppy0.present = FALSE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mks.enable3d = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge0.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge4.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge4.virtualDev = pcieRootPort

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge4.functions = 8

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge5.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge5.virtualDev = pcieRootPort

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge5.functions = 8

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge6.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge6.virtualDev = pcieRootPort

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge6.functions = 8

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge7.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge7.virtualDev = pcieRootPort

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge7.functions = 8

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT vmci0.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT nvram = Mail.nvram

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT virtualHW.productCompatibility = hosted

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ft.secondary0.enabled = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT tools.upgrade.policy = useGlobal

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT powerType.powerOff = soft

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT powerType.powerOn = hard

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT powerType.suspend = hard

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT powerType.reset = soft

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT displayName = Mail

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT extendedConfigFile = Mail.vmxf

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT memsize = 512

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide0:0.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide0:0.fileName = beefsmail.vmdk

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide0:0.writeThrough = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide1:0.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide1:0.fileName = D:

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide1:0.deviceType = atapi-cdrom

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide1:0.allowGuestConnectionControl = FALSE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.allowGuestConnectionControl = FALSE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.features = 1

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.wakeOnPcktRcv = FALSE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.networkName = Bridged

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.addressType = generated

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT usb.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ehci.present = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT guestOS = winnetweb

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT uuid.location = 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT uuid.bios = 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT vc.uuid = 52 c9 e0 9b 7b 2e 8c eb-aa 25 73 c4 fd 7d 88 4a

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.generatedAddress = 00:0c:29:c8:91:ec

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ide0:0.redo =

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT vmotion.checkpointFBSize = 134217728

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge0.pciSlotNumber = 17

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge4.pciSlotNumber = 21

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge5.pciSlotNumber = 22

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge6.pciSlotNumber = 23

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT pciBridge7.pciSlotNumber = 24

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT usb.pciSlotNumber = 32

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.pciSlotNumber = 33

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ehci.pciSlotNumber = 34

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT vmci0.pciSlotNumber = 35

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT ethernet0.generatedAddressOffset = 0

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT vmci0.id = 1237881324

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- USER DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- HOST DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.minVmMemPct = 50

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.allVMMemoryLimit = 3454

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazySave = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazyRestore = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.client.port = 902

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.vim = vmware-hostd:hostd-vmdb

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.nfc = vmware-hostd:ha-nfc

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- SITE DEFAULTS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.minVmMemPct = 50

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.allVMMemoryLimit = 3454

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT prefvmx.useRecommendedLockedMemSize = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazySave = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT mainMem.partialLazyRestore = TRUE

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.client.port = 902

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.vim = vmware-hostd:hostd-vmdb

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT authd.proxy.nfc = vmware-hostd:ha-nfc

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| DICT --- GLOBAL SETTINGS

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| hostCpuFeatures = 0x1e7003ff

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| hostNumPerfCounters = 4

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| CPU0: PMC: K7 GH

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| CPU1: PMC: K7 GH

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| MONITOR MODE: allowed modes : BT HV HWMMU

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| MONITOR MODE: user requested modes : BT HV HWMMU

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| MONITOR MODE: guestOS preferred modes: BT HWMMU HV

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| MONITOR MODE: filtered list : BT HWMMU HV

    May 05 16:30:19.024: vmx| HV Settings: virtual exec = 'software'; virtual mmu = 'software'

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| VMXVmdb_LoadRawConfig: Loading raw config

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| Host display topology 1024x768.

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| SVGA using 2360x1770.

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| WSSCAN: reserved mem (in MB) min=32 max=3712 recommended=3712

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| WSSCAN: used rec mem (in MB) 3712

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| PSHARE: scan rate min 16 max 400

    May 05 16:30:19.040: vmx| WSSCAN: Overhead 165150 paged 15114 nonpaged 32768 maxFBSize

    May 05 16:30:19.055: vmx| WSSCAN 1 1 728810 737002 950272 806550 50 0

    May 05 16:30:19.055: vmx| LICENSE using: 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\VMware, Inc.\VMware Server\Dormant\License.gsx.3.0-00'

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to remove stats\stats32-2 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats32-1 - stats\stats32-2 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats32-0 - stats\stats32-1 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats32 - stats\stats32-0 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to remove stats\stats64-2 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats64-1 - stats\stats64-2 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats64-0 - stats\stats64-1 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to rename stats\stats64 - stats\stats64-0 failed: The system cannot find the path specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to remove stats32-2 failed: The system cannot find the file specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| LOG failed to remove stats64-2 failed: The system cannot find the file specified

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| Monitor_PowerOn: HostedVSMP skew tracking is disabled

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| Monitor_PowerOn: HostedVSMP crosscall yielding is disabled

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| vmm32-modules: [vmm.vmm32 .data:0x2b000-0x728 .sdata:0x2c000-0x4e4 .statvars:0x2d000-0x3a0 .peer:0x2e000-0x261c0 .shared:0x56000-0x12ac0 .bss:0x6a000-0x5c88 .rodata:0x71000-0xb310 .text:0x7d000-0x58f2d .kstatvars:0x3000-0x0, mmu-pae.vmm32 .rodata:0x7c310-0x44 .data:0x2b728-0xc .peer:0x541c0-0x16c0 .shared:0x68ac0-0x2c0 .bss:0x6fca0-0x518 .text:0xd5f30-0xa4e7 .comment:0x40000d26-0x10e .statvars:0x2000-0x0 .kstatvars:0x2000-0x0 .scb:0x400038a0-0x180 .shared_meta:0x40003c00-0x390 .peer_meta:0x40001020-0x210, sharedmmu-none.vmm32 .text:0xe0418-0x32 .comment:0x40000e34-0x12, pv-none.vmm32 .shared:0x68d80-0x180 .bss:0x701c0-0x84 .text:0xe044c-0xe6 .comment:0x40000e46-0x48 .shared_meta:0x40003f90-0x90, vprobe-none.vmm32 .text:0xe0534-0x79 .comment:0x40000e8e-0x12, hv-none.vmm32 .rodata:0x7c354-0x4 .data:0x1000-0x0 .peer:0x1000-0x0 .shared:0x1000-0x0 .bss:0x1000-0x0 .text:0xe05b0-0x2d .comment:0x40000ea0-0x12 .statvars:0x1000-0x0 .kstatvars:0x1000-0x0, gphys-sw.vmm32 .peer:0x55880-0x40 .shared:0x68f00-0x140 .bss:0x2000-0x0 .text:0xe05e0-0xb43 .comment:0x40000eb2-0x12 .scb:0x40003a20-0x60 .shared_meta:0x40004020-0x2a0 .peer_meta:0x40001230-0x60, vassert-none.vmm32 .text:0xe1124-0xf .comment:0x40000ec4-0x12, vmsafe-none.vmm32 .text:0xe1134-0xd .comment:0x40000ed6-0x12, .rodata:0x7c358-0x36c]

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| KHZEstimate 2700040

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| MHZEstimate 2700

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| NumVCPUs 1

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| PShare: enabled 1, scanRate 32, checkRate 16

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d 29 f5 ee 3b e0 c1-8f 32 13 f6 cf c5 6b 25

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| AIOGNRC: numThreads=4 ide=1, scsi=0, passthru=1

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| WORKER: Creating new group with numThreads=4 (4)

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| Replay State = 0

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| minDEThreshold: 100

    May 05 16:30:19.071: vmx| MM: Using partialmap, 131072 pages AC 0 CE 1 TM 0 DOHU 0

    May 05 16:30:19.087: vmx| UUID: location-UUID is 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:19.087: vmx| FILE: ScanDirectory discarding M33193.lck from C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\564d969a-e536-ad28-b648-26df49c891ec.vmem.lck': invalid executionID.

    May 05 16:30:19.087: vmx| MM: using 'C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\564d969a-e536-ad28-b648-26df49c891ec.vmem' as a paging file

    May 05 16:30:19.087: vmx| Opened paging file C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\564d969a-e536-ad28-b648-26df49c891ec.vmem

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| Mapped mainmem as pageable

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.cpuusage

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.ram

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.uptime

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.suspendTime

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.powerOnTimeStamp

    May 05 16:30:19.102: vmx| VMXAIOMGR: Using: simple=Generic unbuf=Compl

    May 05 16:30:19.118: vmx| VMXVmdb_LoadRawConfig: Loading raw config

    May 05 16:30:19.118: vmx| DISK: OPEN ide0:0 'C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk' persistent R[]

    May 05 16:30:19.118: vmx| FILE: ScanDirectory discarding M51304.lck from C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk.lck': invalid executionID.

    May 05 16:30:19.430: vmx| DISKLIB-DSCPTR: Opened : "beefsmail.vmdk" (0x2a)

    May 05 16:30:19.430: vmx| DISKLIB-LINK : Opened 'C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk' (0x2a): monolithicSparse, 160836480 sectors / 76.7 GB.

    May 05 16:30:19.430: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : Opened "C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk" (flags 0x2a).

    May 05 16:30:19.430: vmx| DiskGetGeometry: Reading of disk partition table

    May 05 16:30:19.430: vmx| DISK: OPEN 'C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk' Geo (16383/16/63) BIOS Geo (10011/255/63) freeSpace=606475 MB, ide

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| TimeTracker host to guest rate conversion 506443051311 @ 2700040000Hz - 506443051311 @ 2700040000Hz

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| TimeTracker host to guest rate conversion ((x * 2147483648) 31) + 0

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Generic' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USBGW: Connected to HCMON version 3.0

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Virtual Hub' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Virtual Mouse' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Virtual Keyboard' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Remote Device' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| RemoteUSBVMX: no delay setting is TRUE.

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Virtual Mass Storage' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Initializing 'Virtual CCID' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB-CCID: Could not establish resource manager context for card ops: SCARD_E_NO_SERVICE(0x8010001d).

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USB: Unable to initialize 'Virtual CCID' backend

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USBGW: Skipping disk backing for file (C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\Mail.vmx).

    May 05 16:30:19.539: vmx| USBGW: Skipping disk backing for file (C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\beefsmail.vmdk).

    May 05 16:30:19.555: vmx| USBGW: Skipping disk backing for file (C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\Mail.vmsd).

    May 05 16:30:19.555: vmx| USBGW: Skipping disk backing for file (C:\Virtual Machines\Mail\Mail.nvram).

    May 05 16:30:19.555: vmx| Host display topology 1024x768.

    May 05 16:30:19.555: vmx| SVGA using 2360x1770.

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| WORKER: Creating new group with numThreads=1 (5)

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| MKS REMOTE Loading VNC Configuration from VM config file

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| VLANCE: send cluster threshold is 80, size = 2 recalcInterval is 2 ticks

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| VMXNET: send cluster threshold is 80, size = 2 recalcInterval is 2 ticks, dontClusterSize is 128

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| NetPkt: checksum cycles/kB: C=63 asm1=219 asm2=257

    May 05 16:30:19.617: vmx| NetPkt: copy and sum cycles/kB: C=391 asm1=332 asm2=342

    May 05 16:30:19.633: vmx| Chipset version: 0x13

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide0:0 : capacity=160836480

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ide0:0.bytesread

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ide0:0.byteswritten

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide0:0 : capacity=160836480

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide0:0 : geometry=10011/255/63

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ide1:0.bytesread

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ide1:0.byteswritten

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide1:0 : capacity=0

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide1:0 : geometry=0/0/0

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| SVGA: Advertising 3D acceleration.

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| Host display topology 1024x768 with 1 displays.

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| SVGA using 2360x1770.

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| USB: Initializing 'UHCI' host controller

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ethernet0.bytesread

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat ethernet0.byteswritten

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| Ethernet0 MAC Address: 00:0c:29:c8:91:ec

    May 05 16:30:19.664: vmx| USB: Initializing 'EHCI' host controller

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.heartbeat

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| DISKUTIL: ide0:0 : toolsVersion = 0

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| DISKUTIL: Offline toolsVersion = 0

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| TOOLS INSTALL initializing state to IDLE on power on.

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| PTSC to VMI Wallclock (nsec) 506998841458 @ 2700040000Hz - 1273091419000000000 @ 1000000000Hz

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| PTSC to VMI Wallclock (nsec) ((x * 3181410124) 33) + 1273091231225433175

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| PTSC to ParaTime RealCycles 0 @ 2700040000Hz - 0 @ 2700040000Hz

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| PTSC to ParaTime RealCycles ((x * 1) 0) + 0

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| ParaTime RealCycles to PTSC 0 @ 2700040000Hz - 0 @ 2700040000Hz

    May 05 16:30:19.742: vmx| ParaTime RealCycles to PTSC ((x * 1) 0) + 0

    May 05 16:30:19.820: vmx| memoryHotplug: Current size = 512MB, Minimum size = 512MB, Maximum size = 512MB

    May 05 16:30:19.820: vmx| memoryHotplug: Entry[0]: 00000000000000A0-00000000000A0000

    May 05 16:30:19.820: vmx| memoryHotplug: Entry[1]: 00000000001000A0-0000000020000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCpuFeatures = 0x125003ff

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID vendor: AuthcAMDenti

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID name: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 215 Processor

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000000, 0: 0x00000005 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x00000800 0x80802001 0x078bbbff

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000002, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000003, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000004, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 00000005, 0: 0x00000040 0x00000040 0x00000003 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 40000000, 0: 0x40000010 0x61774d56 0x4d566572 0x65726177

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 40000010, 0: 0x00293308 0x000101d0 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000000, 0: 0x8000001b 0x68747541 0x444d4163 0x69746e65

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000001, 0: 0x00100f62 0x100018f6 0x000001e9 0xebd3bbff

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000002, 0: 0x20444d41 0x6c687441 0x74286e6f 0x4920296d

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000003, 0: 0x32582049 0x35313220 0x6f725020 0x73736563

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000004, 0: 0x0020726f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000005, 0: 0xff30ff10 0xff30ff20 0x40020140 0x40020140

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000006, 0: 0x20800000 0x42004200 0x02008140 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000007, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x000001f9

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000008, 0: 0x00003028 0x00000000 0x00002000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000009, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000a, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000b, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000c, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000d, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000e, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000000f, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000010, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000011, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000012, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000013, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000014, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000015, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000016, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000017, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000018, 0: 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 80000019, 0: 0xf0300000 0x60100000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000001a, 0: 0x00000003 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.835: vmx| guestCPUID level 8000001b, 0: 0x0000001f 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x00000000

    May 05 16:30:19.851: vmx| BusMemSample: initPercent 75 touched 0

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vmx| VMX_PowerOn: ModuleTable_PowerOn = 1

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vmx| VMX setting maximum IPC write buffers to 0 packets, 0 bytes

    May 05 16:30:19.882: mks| Async MKS thread is alive

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vcpu-0| APIC: version = 0x10, max LVT = 5

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vcpu-0| APIC: LDR = 0x2000000, DFR = 0xffffffff

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vmx| USB: Connecting device 0x400000010e0f0003

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vmx| USB: Automatically connecting virtual hub

    May 05 16:30:19.882: vmx| USB: Connecting device 0x200000010e0f0002

    May 05 16:30:19.929: vcpu-0| guestCpuFeatures = 0x125003ff

    May 05 16:30:19.929: vcpu-0| CPU reset: hard

    May 05 16:30:19.929: vcpu-0| memoryHotplug: Entry[0]: 00000000000000A0-00000000000A0000

    May 05 16:30:19.929: vcpu-0| memoryHotplug: Entry[1]: 00000000001000A0-0000000020000000

    May 05 16:30:19.945: vcpu-0| VNET: Notification enabled for Ethernet0

    May 05 16:30:19.960: vcpu-0| CDROM: Connecting ide1:0 to 'D:'. img=0 raw=0 remote=0

    May 05 16:30:19.960: vcpu-0| Transitioned vmx/execState/val to poweredOn

    May 05 16:30:20.007: vcpu-0| sz=3000272

    May 05 16:30:20.023: vcpu-0| vmm32 initialized: Releasebuild-122956. cflags: 0x00000008.00040080.03000180.00000900

    May 05 16:30:20.023: vcpu-0| MonitorInitNumaUnmapVMM32

    May 05 16:30:20.569: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0x0) and 0xd8000000(0x0)

    May 05 16:30:20.569: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:20.725: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:20.725: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:20.740: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    May 05 16:30:20.740: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| PCIBridge4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| PCIBridge5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.756: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| PCIBridge6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| PCIBridge7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.787: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| PCIBridge4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:20.990: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| PCIBridge5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| PCIBridge6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.005: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| PCIBridge7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.021: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:21.052: vcpu-0| VIDE: Curr CHS info cyls: 17475 heads: 15 sects: 63 lba_cap: 160836480

    May 05 16:30:21.380: vcpu-0| BIOS-UUID is 56 4d 96 9a e5 36 ad 28-b6 48 26 df 49 c8 91 ec

    May 05 16:30:21.614: vmx| VMXVmdbLoadUsbDevices: New set of 2 USB devices

    May 05 16:30:21.614: vmx| USB: Found device

    May 05 16:30:21.614: vmx| USB: Found device

    May 05 16:30:21.973: vcpu-0| Unknown int 10h func 0x2000

    May 05 16:30:26.288: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    May 05 16:30:26.288: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:26.306: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    May 05 16:30:26.306: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:26.308: vcpu-0| PCIBridge4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.308: vcpu-0| PCIBridge4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.311: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.311: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.313: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.313: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.313: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.313: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.316: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.316: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.316: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.318: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.318: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.318: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.321: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.321: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.321: vcpu-0| PCIBridge5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.321: vcpu-0| PCIBridge5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.323: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.323: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.323: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.323: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.326: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.326: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.328: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.328: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.328: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.328: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.333: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.333: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.336: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.336: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.336: vcpu-0| PCIBridge6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.336: vcpu-0| PCIBridge6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.338: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.338: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.338: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.341: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.341: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.341: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.343: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.343: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.343: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.343: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.346: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.346: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.348: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.348: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.348: vcpu-0| PCIBridge7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.348: vcpu-0| PCIBridge7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.351: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.351: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.351: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.351: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.353: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.353: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.353: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.356: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.356: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.356: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.358: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.358: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.358: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.358: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.733: vcpu-0| PCIBridge4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.743: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.748: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.753: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.761: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.766: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.771: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.778: vcpu-0| pciBridge4:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.783: vcpu-0| PCIBridge5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.788: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.793: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.806: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.811: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.816: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.821: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.826: vcpu-0| pciBridge5:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.833: vcpu-0| PCIBridge6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.841: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.853: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.871: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.883: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.891: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.896: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.913: vcpu-0| pciBridge6:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.926: vcpu-0| PCIBridge7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.941: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:1: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.948: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:2: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.956: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:3: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.958: mks| SVGA: display status changed, using optimizations for local consoles.

    May 05 16:30:26.961: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:4: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.973: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:5: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.978: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:6: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:26.986: vcpu-0| pciBridge7:7: ISA/VGA decoding enabled (ctrl 0004)

    May 05 16:30:28.406: vcpu-0| VIDE: Curr CHS info cyls: 17475 heads: 15 sects: 63 lba_cap: 160836480

    May 05 16:30:29.411: vmx| CDROM: Mode Sense for Unsupported Page 0x1B

    May 05 16:30:29.411: vmx| SCSI DEVICE (ide1:0): MODE SENSE(10) for unsupported page 0x1b

    May 05 16:30:29.446: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x1f0) OUTB Cmd 0xf5, Unknown ATA Command on drive 0

    May 05 16:30:34.636: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 start feature 0

    May 05 16:30:34.639: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 start feature 0

    May 05 16:30:34.639: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 start feature 0

    May 05 16:30:34.876: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    May 05 16:30:34.876: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:34.894: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x10d0

    May 05 16:30:34.894: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xd0000000(0xd0000000) and 0xd8000000(0xd8000000)

    May 05 16:30:35.001: vcpu-0| UHCI: Global Reset

    May 05 16:30:40.886: mks| MKS switching absolute mouse on

    May 05 16:30:43.906: vcpu-0| Unknown int 10h func 0x0000

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.04

    DB:3.04:Xenapp 6.5 On Vsphere 5-Vm Performance Issue fp



    Hi all,

    I am having some perfs issues with Vm (Win 2008 R2, 4 GB Ram, 1 vcpu and XenApp 6.5) and I am wondering if that could be a datastore issue because we are using datastore clusters.

    Has someone set up a XenApp 6.5 virtualized on VSphere 5 ?

    Thank you

    Regards

    Bernard

    DB:3.04:Xenapp 6.5 On Vsphere 5-Vm Performance Issue fp


    Hi,

    Apparently we are about to solve one of our issues. This issue was slow installation citrix Ps 4.5 process, the server seemed to be hanged on. It took many hours to complete and all our esxtop counters didn't help us.

    We applied the solution in article and the installation goes faster now (a few minutes vs many hours).

    CTX113639 - The Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 Installation Appears to be in an Unresponsive State - Citrix Knowledge Ce

    The other issue : slow logon process is almost solved :

    I fixed the network speed on the network interface in the Virtual Connect Manager and it seems to go faster now, formerly we were in Auto Mode.

    I am also checking if the network adapter speed in Virtual machines must be fixed or Auto ? Normally the system will pass the traffic to the host adapters but how is it negociated ?

    Thanks

    Regards

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.04

    DB:3.04:1 Vcpu X 2 Vcpu xk


    Hi all.

    I have an IBM 2-socket Quad-Core (2.66GHz). I was thinking about have one or two vCPU on a virtual machine. So, is the same thing have 1vCPU (2.66Ghz) than 2vCPU (limited in 1.33Gh)?

    When I limit 2vCPU in 1.33Ghz I will have 1.33Ghz per vCPU or 665Mhz per vCPU?

    Cheers,

    Eduardo.

    If you found this information useful, please consider awarding points for "Correct" or "Helpful".

    DB:3.04:1 Vcpu X 2 Vcpu xk

    first let me say my recommendation is start with a single vCPU - it is easier for the vmkernel to schedule a single vcpu vs a dual vcpu - now to your questions -

    1) no a single vcpu is not the same thing as a dual vcpu (see above)

    2) limiting the VM dual vcpu to 1.33 does mean eaach vcpu will have a limit of 665

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.04

    DB:3.04:Vcpu Scheduling 3z


    I've read a bit around this subject but would benefit from a bit of help from people who really know this stuff because I'm a bit confused.

    I was on an ESX3.x course and the instructor mentioned something about it not being a good idea to over resource VMs with vCPUs due to scheduling gotachas. Reading around the subject the strict co-scheduling that ESX .2x used would definitely have created problems with some VMs using multiple vCPUs under certain conditions but I've read that the co-scheduler is relaxed and this means that this problem is a bit less apparent.

    We are running an ESX 3.0 server with 3 VMs and 4 vCPUs. One VM is has 1 vCPU assigned, 1 has 2 and the other has 4. I suspect the VM with 4vCPUs is having major performance issues (effectively, it's wanting to use all available vCPUs which is probably bound to cause scheduling issues) but I'm unsure how to troubleshoot CPU scheduling issues.

    How strict is cosheduling in ESX 3 and what's the best way to troubleshoot vCPU scheduling issues?

    Cheers,

    Tim

    DB:3.04:Vcpu Scheduling 3z


    With the current release of ESX 3.5 the vCPU scheduling has improve in that the vmkernel will schedule each vCPU when it has space available - with ESX 3.0 the scheduling is similar to esx 2.x - the vmkernel will not schedule any vCPU of a multi vCPU VM if it can not schedul all vCPUs - so if you have a vm with 4 vCPU running on an ESX 3.0 host with 4 logical CPUs - you will have performance problems with that VM - look at the real time performance graphs and check what the CPU Ready measurement are - this is a measure of time the VM waits for the vmkernel to schedule the vCPUs - so if there is a problem schedulling you will have a high ready time -

    If you find this or any other answer useful please consider awarding points by marking the answer correct or helpful

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.04

    DB:3.04:Unable To Start A Vm With More Than 1 Cpu Socket Added p1



    I have set up a few ESXi 5.5 boxes with the free license in the past few weeks, they have all been without issue until now. All 4 servers have the exact same hardware

    Environment:

    Dell Poweredge T620

    2 Intel E5-2630 CPU's

    40GB DDR3 ECC RAM

    ESXi is installed on 2x 146GB 15K SAS Drives RAID-1

    Datastore for VM's are 8x 600GB 10K SAS Drives RAID-10

    Guest OS is Server2012r2 on all VM's

    The 3 previous ESXi installs were done with Dell's customized ESXi 5.5 with no issue.

    The 4th is where I am having issues. I have used the Following ESXi installs just in case there is a bug somewhere

    ESXi 5.5 from VMware

    ESXi 5.5 Customized by Dell

    ESXi 5.5 U1 From VMware

    No matter which verison of the ESXi I use I cannot get a VM to start with more than 1 CPU socket added to it. The VM doesn't even start the VMWare BIOS. I have tried the EFI Bios as well with no luck.The error message I get in the events is "VMware ESX unrecoverable error: (vcpu-X) vcpu-X:VM-entry failed; VMCS Valid (error code 8)". The vcpu-X is always a different one. I have attached the log file that gets created. If I give the VM only 1 CPU It starts just fine. I am at a loss as to what the issue could be.

    DB:3.04:Unable To Start A Vm With More Than 1 Cpu Socket Added p1


    Issue is resolved. I grabbed another server with identical hardware, verified it worked properly, then started swapping parts between them. Turned out to be CPU1. Once that was replaced from a working server I had no issues. Warranty call has been done.

    Thanks for all the help!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.04

    DB:3.04:Unrecoverable Error (Vlance) ja



    I have two vm's running on an Ubuntu host using VMware Server, and one of them is having startup issues. The server itself is having some issues of its own, and is slated for replacement, but in the meantime, I need to get this VM up and running. The first VM starts and runs without any issue. The second dumps the core when I try to start it up. It gets to the same part in the startup routine and then dies. I keep seeing this message, but haven't been able to find any more info on it.

    "NOT_IMPLEMENTED /build/mts/release/bora-56528/pompeii2005/bora/devices/net/vlance.c:1802"

    Here is the relevant log information:

    Dec 12 12:14:10: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Dec 12 12:14:10: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): MODE SENSE(6) for unsupported page 0

    Dec 12 12:14:10: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): MODE SENSE(6) for unsupported page 0x8

    Dec 12 12:14:10: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): MODE SENSE(6) for unsupported page 0

    Dec 12 12:14:10: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): MODE SENSE(6) for unsupported page 0x8

    Dec 12 12:14:10: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): INQUIRY request with EVDP set

    Dec 12 12:14:15: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): INQUIRY request with EVDP set

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| VLANCE: Returning 0x0 for LANCE_EXTINT IN

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| VLANCE: Ignoring LANCE_EXTINT OUT of 0x1

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| VLANCE: IN on LANCE_MODE while not stopped: 0x73

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED /build/mts/release/bora-56528/pompeii2005/bora/devices/net/vlance.c:1802

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[0] 0xb2a81e48 eip 0x805d610

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[1] 0xb2a82268 eip 0x80d56cb

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[2] 0xb2a82298 eip 0x81e7e59

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[3] 0xb2a822c8 eip 0x81e5bf7

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[4] 0xb2a822e8 eip 0x8319b63

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[5] 0xb2a82318 eip 0x831a3aa

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[6] 0xb2a82358 eip 0x8325274

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[7] 0xb2a82368 eip 0x831a6d1

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[8] 0xb2a823d8 eip 0x806c5a0

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[9] 0xb2a824c8 eip 0xb7f8246b

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Backtrace[10] 00000000 eip 0xb7d736de

    Dec 12 12:14:16: vcpu-0| Dumping core...

    Dec 12 12:14:17: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Dec 12 12:14:17: vcpu-0| http://msg.log.error.unrecoverable VMware Server unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Dec 12 12:14:17: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED /build/mts/release/bora-56528/pompeii2005/bora/devices/net/vlance.c:1802

    ...

    Dec 12 12:14:17: vmx| VTHREAD watched thread 4 "vcpu-0" died

    Dec 12 12:14:17: IO#0| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Dec 12 12:14:17: IO#5| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Dec 12 12:14:17: IO#3| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Dec 12 12:14:17: IO#1| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Dec 12 12:14:17: IO#2| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Dec 12 12:14:17: IO#4| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Dec 12 12:14:17: mks| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Dec 12 12:14:17: mks| MKS release: start, nesting 0

    Dec 12 12:14:17: mks| MKS starting full screen: off force

    Dec 12 12:14:17: mks| MKS already off

    Dec 12 12:14:17: mks| MKS finished full screen: done

    If anyone can point me in the right direction, I'd be grateful.

    DB:3.04:Unrecoverable Error (Vlance) ja


    Personally, I just ran into this problem for the first time with VMware Server 1.0.8-126538. The host is Ubuntu 8.04 x64 (technically Kubuntu but they share kernels and base libraries). The VM was configured as "Other Linux 2.6.x 32-bit". I only saw this issue with a Linux OS in the VM attempting to perform DHCP. I did not test other conditions.

    After fumbling around with it, I saved the configuration and log files off to an archive file then recreated the VM. The new VM had no issues. I then decided to diagnose this further. I saved my new config files then I re-introduced the old .VMX and NVRAM files and saw the crash. Running diff on the .vmx files, I saw that the old broken one had 'debug = "TRUE"' and the USB enabled. I brought the new working files back and it worked. I brought in just the .VMX file and it crashed. I copied my new .VMX back and it worked. I then enabled debugging from "Edit VM | Options | Advanced | Run with debugging information" resulting in the above config change. This cause the VM to crash at DHCP. Disabling debug caused it to work without trouble at all.

    I think this is a similar or the same issue as you have but I'm not certain.

    I'm going to try to see what options I have to alert VMware Tech Support of this but I'm not sure. I should also try this with VMware Server 2.

    Error Keywords(vmware.log): "NOT_IMPLEMENTED" "vlance.c:1802"

    Cause: 'debug = "TRUE"'

    Solution: 'debug = "FALSE"'

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.03

    DB:3.03:Vcpu Issues 37


    Hi All,
    I am getting error while adding 5 VCPU in Windows server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
    My license is vSphere 4 Enterprise Licensed for 2 physical CPUs (1-6 cores per CPU)

    Failed to find a host for powering on the virtual machine. The following faults explain why the registered host in not compatible.
    Virtual machine has 5 virtual CPUs. but the host only supports 4. The number of virtual CPUs may be limited by the guest OS selected for the virtual machine or by the licensing for the host.

    DB:3.03:Vcpu Issues 37


    Hi,

    fine that I was able to help.

    I had the same problem some times ago ;-)

    Because of this I have summarized the limitations from the different licenses in a table you can find here if you want: http://www.vmworld.net/?p=817

    Regards

    Andi

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.02

    DB:3.02:Vmware Fusion Unrecoverable Error: (Vcpu-0) Unexpected Signal: 10 f9



    I upgraded my VMware fusion install from 1.0 to the latest 1.1 build 62573. I only run one guest operating system - Windows XP Home. Since upgrading, I cannot successfully run the VM any more. Every time (no exceptions so far) I attempt to start it up, I get the error "VMware Fusion unrecoerable error: (vcpu-0) Unexpected signal: 10. I've tried changing settings for thigns like e1 or 2 virtual CPUs, 3D Acceleration on/off and I get the same error every time. So, currently, my VMware Fusion install is completely useless.

    I am running on a MacBook Pro 15", Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33Ghz, 2GB Ram. Boot ROM version MBP22.00A5.B07. The OS is Leopard (10.5.1)

    The following is an excerpt from what appears to be the relevant portion of the logfile:

    Nov 29 13:26:56.181: vcpu-0| TOOLS setting the tools version to '7266'

    Nov 29 13:26:56.181: vcpu-0| VMXVmdbGuest_GetGuestUptime failed. ret = Type mismatch

    Nov 29 13:26:56.181: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 7266

    Nov 29 13:26:56.181: vcpu-0| TOOLS installed version 7266, available version 7362

    Nov 29 13:26:56.181: vcpu-0| TOOLS VM tools upgrade policy "upgradeAtPowerCycle"

    Nov 29 13:26:56.181: vcpu-0| TOOLS need to be upgraded.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.181: vcpu-0| TOOLS autoupgrading old tools.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.181: vcpu-0| TOOLS INSTALL Copying upgrader files from /Library/Application Support/VMware Fusion/tools-upgraders into guest at C:\WINDOWS\TEMP

    Nov 29 13:26:56.368: vcpu-0| Guest: vmx_fb: Display driver is out-of-date. Disabling 3d.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.369: vcpu-0| Guest: vmx_fb: Current hardware revision: 0.0.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.369: vcpu-0| Guest: vmx_fb: Driver compiled against: 1.1.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.369: vcpu-0| Guest: vmx_fb: Display driver is out-of-date. Disabling 3d.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.369: vcpu-0| Guest: vmx_fb: Current hardware revision: 0.0.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.370: vcpu-0| Guest: vmx_fb: Driver compiled against: 1.1.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.503: vcpu-0| Guest: toolbox: Version: build-51348

    Nov 29 13:26:56.503: vcpu-0| TOOLS unified loop capability requested by 'toolbox'; now sending options via TCLO

    Nov 29 13:26:56.571: vcpu-0| TOOLS INSTALL finished copying upgrader binary into guest. Starting Upgrader in guest.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.721: vcpu-0| TOOLS INSTALL completed Foundry upgrade.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| Caught signal 10 -- tid -1340051456

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: eip 0xb0206db8 esp 0xb0206d8c ebp 0x2d0

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: eax 0x0 ebx 0xb0206d98 ecx 0xa0f0a edx 0x57d190 esi 0x79eb4 edi 0x185

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xb0206d8c : 0x00079eda 0x000002d0 0x00000185 0x00000001

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xb0206d9c : 0x000856f7 0x0057be38 0x000bad01 0xb0206db8

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xb0206dac : 0x00054f78 0x000002d0 0x00000185 0xb0206dd8

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xb0206dbc : 0x0028398a 0x000002d0 0x00000185 0x00000012

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xb0206dcc : 0x000773cd 0x00000002 0x564d5868 0xb0206df8

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xb0206ddc : 0x00054f92 0x00000000 0x000bad01 0xb0206df8

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xb0206dec : 0x000bad06 0x00000006 0x00054fb1 0xb0206e38

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xb0206dfc : 0x00055052 0x00000001 0x0001c01a 0x00b41910

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| Backtrace[0] 0xb0206a18 eip 0x2154b9

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| Backtrace[1] 0xb0206a78 eip 0x2738a0

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| Backtrace[2] 0xb0206a98 eip 0x91cc297b

    Nov 29 13:26:56.832: vcpu-0| Backtrace[3] 0x0002d0 eip 0xffffffff

    Nov 29 13:26:56.833: vcpu-0| Panic: dropping lock (was bug 49968)

    Nov 29 13:26:56.833: vcpu-0| Unexpected signal: 10.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.833: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Nov 29 13:26:56.833: vcpu-0| Backtrace[0] 0xb02065e8 eip 0x2154b9

    Nov 29 13:26:56.833: vcpu-0| Backtrace[1] 0xb0206a18 eip 0x012400

    Nov 29 13:26:56.833: vcpu-0| Backtrace[2] 0xb0206a78 eip 0x2737c5

    Nov 29 13:26:56.833: vcpu-0| Backtrace[3] 0xb0206a98 eip 0x91cc297b

    Nov 29 13:26:56.833: vcpu-0| Backtrace[4] 0x0002d0 eip 0xffffffff

    Nov 29 13:26:56.833: vcpu-0| Core dump limit is 0 kb.

    Nov 29 13:26:56.851: vcpu-0| XXXMACOS: Do we need VMMon_MarkLockedVARangeClean?

    snip bunch of stuff about remapping regions

    Nov 29 13:26:56.875: vcpu-0| Attempting to dump core...

    Nov 29 13:26:58.850: vcpu-0| Child process 227 failed to dump core (status 0x6).

    Nov 29 13:26:58.850: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Nov 29 13:26:58.850: vcpu-0| http://msg.log.error.unrecoverable VMware Fusion unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Nov 29 13:26:58.850: vcpu-0| Unexpected signal: 10.

    Nov 29 13:26:58.850: vcpu-0| http://msg.panic.haveLog A log file is available in "/Users/gabriel/Documents/Virtual Machines/Windows XP Home Edition.vmwarevm/vmware.log". http://msg.panic.requestSupport.withLog Please request support and include the contents of the log file. http://msg.panic.requestSupport.vmSupport

    Nov 29 13:26:58.850: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run "/Library/Application Support/VMware Fusion/vm-support.tool".

    Nov 29 13:26:58.850: vcpu-0| http://msg.panic.response We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Nov 29 13:26:58.850: vcpu-0| -

    To my untrained eye, it looks like maybe it's to do with VMware tools out of date? In fact, I do get a message in the WMware status bar saying that the tools are out of date and to install the new ones using "Virtual Machine - install VMware tools" menu, however I cannot do this because the VM has crashed and the menu item is disabled.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.02

    DB:3.02:Vmware-Vmx Segfault za



    I have a virtual machine that reliably causes VMware Server 1.0.7's vmware-vmx to segfault. The last entries of vmware.log are pasted below. Where should I report this? The "please request support" message doesn't tell me much..

    Thanks in advance,

    Nickolai.

    Sep 19 12:51:26: vcpu-0| VMM64 initialized

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Caught signal 11 -- tid 15152

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: eip 0x81947b9 esp 0xf32971f0 ebp 0xf3297228

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: eax 0x1 ebx 0xffffffff ecx 0x0 edx 0x859e948 esi 0x1 edi 0x8643dc8

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf32971f0 : 0x1ffff100 0x00000000 0x00001000 0x00000000

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297200 : 0x00000001 0xf3297218 0x00000000 0x00000034

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297210 : 0x00052001 0x000007b7 0x00000000 0x08643dc8

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297220 : 0x0859e948 0x00000000 0xf3297268 0x08194ae1

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297230 : 0x0859e948 0x1ffff100 0x00000000 0x08643dc8

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297240 : 0x08643df0 0x00000200 0xf3297268 0x080b72f5

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297250 : 0x1ffff100 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x0859e948

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297260 : 0x1ffff100 0x00000000 0xf3297298 0x08194e19

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[0] 0xf3296dc8 eip 0x805b560

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[1] 0xf3296e98 eip 0x80f405a

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[2] 0xf3296f08 eip 0x80f3dea

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[3] 0xf3297228 eip 0xffffe500

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[4] 0xf3297268 eip 0x8194ae1

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[5] 0xf3297298 eip 0x8194e19

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[6] 0xf32972b8 eip 0x81921ab

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[7] 0xf32972d8 eip 0x819222f

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[8] 0xf32972e8 eip 0x819690e

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[9] 0xf3297308 eip 0x82bc92f

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[10] 0xf3297328 eip 0x82bcf29

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[11] 0xf3297358 eip 0x82c58fb

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[12] 0xf3297368 eip 0x82bd011

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[13] 0xf32973d8 eip 0x8068a19

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[14] 0xf32974c8 eip 0xf7f754fb

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[15] 00000000 eip 0xf7d7108e

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Unexpected signal: 11.

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[0] 0xf32969a8 eip 0x805b560

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[1] 0xf3296dc8 eip 0x80c0dbb

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[2] 0xf3296e98 eip 0x80f40bd

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[3] 0xf3296f08 eip 0x80f3dea

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[4] 0xf3297228 eip 0xffffe500

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[5] 0xf3297268 eip 0x8194ae1

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[6] 0xf3297298 eip 0x8194e19

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[7] 0xf32972b8 eip 0x81921ab

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[8] 0xf32972d8 eip 0x819222f

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[9] 0xf32972e8 eip 0x819690e

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[10] 0xf3297308 eip 0x82bc92f

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[11] 0xf3297328 eip 0x82bcf29

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[12] 0xf3297358 eip 0x82c58fb

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[13] 0xf3297368 eip 0x82bd011

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[14] 0xf32973d8 eip 0x8068a19

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[15] 0xf32974c8 eip 0xf7f754fb

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[16] 00000000 eip 0xf7d7108e

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Core dump limit is 51200 kb.

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Attempting to dump core...

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| http://msg.log.error.unrecoverable VMware Server unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| Unexpected signal: 11.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| http://msg.panic.haveLog A log file is available in "/home/nickolai/histar/conf/vmware/crashtest/vmware.log". http://msg.panic.haveCore A core file is available in "/home/nickolai/histar/conf/vmware/crashtest/core". http://msg.panic.requestSupport.withLogAndCore Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file. http://msg.panic.requestSupport.linux

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run vm-support.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| http://msg.panic.response We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| -

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| POST(no connection): VMware Server unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| Unexpected signal: 11.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| A log file is available in "/home/nickolai/histar/conf/vmware/crashtest/vmware.log". A core file is available in "/home/nickolai/histar/conf/vmware/crashtest/core". Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run vm-support.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0|

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vmx| VTHREAD watched thread 4 "vcpu-0" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: mks| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: IO#2| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: IO#3| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: IO#4| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: IO#0| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: IO#1| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    DB:3.02:Vmware-Vmx Segfault za


    I have a virtual machine that reliably causes VMware Server 1.0.7's vmware-vmx to segfault. The last entries of vmware.log are pasted below. Where should I report this? The "please request support" message doesn't tell me much..

    Thanks in advance,

    Nickolai.

    Sep 19 12:51:26: vcpu-0| VMM64 initialized

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Caught signal 11 -- tid 15152

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: eip 0x81947b9 esp 0xf32971f0 ebp 0xf3297228

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: eax 0x1 ebx 0xffffffff ecx 0x0 edx 0x859e948 esi 0x1 edi 0x8643dc8

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf32971f0 : 0x1ffff100 0x00000000 0x00001000 0x00000000

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297200 : 0x00000001 0xf3297218 0x00000000 0x00000034

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297210 : 0x00052001 0x000007b7 0x00000000 0x08643dc8

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297220 : 0x0859e948 0x00000000 0xf3297268 0x08194ae1

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297230 : 0x0859e948 0x1ffff100 0x00000000 0x08643dc8

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297240 : 0x08643df0 0x00000200 0xf3297268 0x080b72f5

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297250 : 0x1ffff100 0x00000000 0x00000000 0x0859e948

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| SIGNAL: stack 0xf3297260 : 0x1ffff100 0x00000000 0xf3297298 0x08194e19

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[0] 0xf3296dc8 eip 0x805b560

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[1] 0xf3296e98 eip 0x80f405a

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[2] 0xf3296f08 eip 0x80f3dea

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[3] 0xf3297228 eip 0xffffe500

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[4] 0xf3297268 eip 0x8194ae1

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[5] 0xf3297298 eip 0x8194e19

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[6] 0xf32972b8 eip 0x81921ab

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[7] 0xf32972d8 eip 0x819222f

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[8] 0xf32972e8 eip 0x819690e

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[9] 0xf3297308 eip 0x82bc92f

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[10] 0xf3297328 eip 0x82bcf29

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[11] 0xf3297358 eip 0x82c58fb

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[12] 0xf3297368 eip 0x82bd011

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[13] 0xf32973d8 eip 0x8068a19

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[14] 0xf32974c8 eip 0xf7f754fb

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[15] 00000000 eip 0xf7d7108e

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Unexpected signal: 11.

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[0] 0xf32969a8 eip 0x805b560

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[1] 0xf3296dc8 eip 0x80c0dbb

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[2] 0xf3296e98 eip 0x80f40bd

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[3] 0xf3296f08 eip 0x80f3dea

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[4] 0xf3297228 eip 0xffffe500

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[5] 0xf3297268 eip 0x8194ae1

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[6] 0xf3297298 eip 0x8194e19

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[7] 0xf32972b8 eip 0x81921ab

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[8] 0xf32972d8 eip 0x819222f

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[9] 0xf32972e8 eip 0x819690e

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[10] 0xf3297308 eip 0x82bc92f

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[11] 0xf3297328 eip 0x82bcf29

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[12] 0xf3297358 eip 0x82c58fb

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[13] 0xf3297368 eip 0x82bd011

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[14] 0xf32973d8 eip 0x8068a19

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[15] 0xf32974c8 eip 0xf7f754fb

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Backtrace[16] 00000000 eip 0xf7d7108e

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Core dump limit is 51200 kb.

    Sep 19 12:51:31: vcpu-0| Attempting to dump core...

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| http://msg.log.error.unrecoverable VMware Server unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| Unexpected signal: 11.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| http://msg.panic.haveLog A log file is available in "/home/nickolai/histar/conf/vmware/crashtest/vmware.log". http://msg.panic.haveCore A core file is available in "/home/nickolai/histar/conf/vmware/crashtest/core". http://msg.panic.requestSupport.withLogAndCore Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file. http://msg.panic.requestSupport.linux

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run vm-support.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| http://msg.panic.response We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| -

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| POST(no connection): VMware Server unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| Unexpected signal: 11.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| A log file is available in "/home/nickolai/histar/conf/vmware/crashtest/vmware.log". A core file is available in "/home/nickolai/histar/conf/vmware/crashtest/core". Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run vm-support.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0| We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vcpu-0|

    Sep 19 12:51:32: vmx| VTHREAD watched thread 4 "vcpu-0" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: mks| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: IO#2| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: IO#3| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: IO#4| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: IO#0| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Sep 19 12:51:32: IO#1| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.02

    DB:3.02:Qlikview Server Performance Issues In Vmware Esx 4.0 Vm 13



    We are having performance issues when accessing data from a small (12MB) application. We have a very strong VMware ESX 4.0 host with 4 quad core procs and 128GB RAM. The VM is running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise 64-Bit SP2 with 4 vCPU and 96GB RAM. There are no other VMs running on the host. We've tried everything from CPU affinity to static allocation of memory to lowering the amount of vRAM. We finally saw some improvement in performance when we assigned only one vCPU, however it is still not acceptable and with only one vCPU, the server will come to a crawl once we get many users accessing the server.

    Is anyone else running QlikView in ESX 4.0 and if so, please let me know how you have the VM configured. Also, please let me know if QlikView is officially supported in ESX.

    DB:3.02:Qlikview Server Performance Issues In Vmware Esx 4.0 Vm 13


    I suggest that you register a support case to support@qlik.com for this issue, or at least have a consultant to review the document.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.02

    DB:3.02:Performance Issues With W2k3 Vm's (Possible Cpu Bottleneck) a3


    Guys,

    I need a little help here. I've inherited a site running two esx 2.1.2 hosts (I know... I'm pushing for a VI3) and I'm seeing some dreaful performance on one of the hosts.

    The host in question is a IBM eSeries 3650 2x2.7 Ghz CPUs and 26GB RAM

    Two fo the guest are File Servers and the other guest is a print server.

    We are running a three Guests with Windows 2003 all with 2 vCPU

    The File Servers have 1GB of RAM and the Print Server has 2GB ofd Ram

    The print servers vCPU is running at almost 100% constantly and I can see where the bottle neck is.

    DB:3.02:Performance Issues With W2k3 Vm's (Possible Cpu Bottleneck) a3

    Stuarty1874 wrote:
    How would we view the mac address's for pnics that correlate to vmnics 1 2

    Wow! Now you're testing my memory. I've not touched an ESX 2.x box in years (literally!). It's somewhere buried in the /proc/vmware directory structure - it's fairly logically organized, so shouldn't be too hard to find it. Other thing is that you will not see those MAC addresses on the network other than when the system initially starts up. Other than that, they simply bridge between the vSwitch and the pSwitch. You really only need to know those MAC addresses if you're going to be doing a PXE boot or something...

    Ken Cline

    Technical Director, Virtualization

    Wells Landers

    TVAR Solutions, A Wells Landers Group Company

    VMware Communities User Moderator

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.02

    DB:3.02:Installing Xp64 Crashes With Not_Implemented Keyboard.C:2295 sm



    While trying to install XP64, I get the following error everytime during the installation.

    A dialog box with the error occurs everytime the install gets to "Setup is starting windows".

    Any idea if there is a way to get around this?

    Maybe there is some way to load a different keyboard driver to stop this error from happening?

    Jan 13 11:37:53: vcpu-0| APIC: version = 0x10, max LVT = 4

    Jan 13 11:37:53: vcpu-0| APIC: LDR = 0x2000000, DFR = 0xffffffff

    Jan 13 11:37:53: vcpu-0| Init modules.

    Jan 13 11:37:53: vcpu-0| VMM64 initialized

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| Panic: dropping lock (was bug 49968)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED C:/ob/bora-19175/bora/devices/misc/keyboard.c:2295

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| -

    Backtrace using dbghelp.dll----

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| Module path: D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| Module directory: D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\binJan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| backtrace\[00] ebp 0x1411eab0 eip 0x00436ada params 0x0043ac30 0000000000 0x1411eed4 0x00413d5d \[D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00035ada] (no symbol information)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| backtrace\[01] ebp 0x1411eac0 eip 0x0043b366 params 0000000000 0x1411ead4 0x13ce9c10 0x5f544f4e \[D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0003a366] (no symbol information)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| backtrace\[02] ebp 0x1411eed4 eip 0x00413d5d params 0x005d18cc 0x006c51d4 0x000008f7 0x00000002 \[D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00012d5d] (no symbol information)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| backtrace\[03] ebp 0x1411eef4 eip 0x004e3247 params 0x13ce9c10 0x11cd0064 0x00000001 0x00000002 \[D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x000e2247] (no symbol information)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| backtrace\[04] ebp 0x1411ff38 eip 0x005b1297 params 0000000000 0x00000002 0000000000 0x00000142 \[D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001b0297] (no symbol information)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| backtrace\[05] ebp 0x1411ff54 eip 0x005af633 params 0x11c59f50 0x11cdd800 0x00000142 0x00000001 \[D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001ae633] (no symbol information)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| backtrace\[06] ebp 0x1411ff80 eip 0x005b7fcb params 0x33000000 0x1411ffb8 0x0043b927 0000000000 \[D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001b6fcb] (no symbol information)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| backtrace\[07] ebp 0x1411ff8c eip 0x005af66c params 0000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0x0012fc90 \[D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001ae66c] (no symbol information)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| backtrace\[08] ebp 0x1411ffb8 eip 0x0043b927 params 0x0012fc90 0000000000 0000000000 0x0012fc90 \[D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0003a927] (no symbol information)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| backtrace\[09] ebp 0x1411ffec eip 0x7d4e0729 params 0x0043b8d0 0x0012fc90 0000000000 0000000000 \[D:\WINDOWS\syswow64\kernel32.dll base 0x7d4c0000 0x0001:0x00010729] (FlsSetValue + 0x0136)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| -

    End of backtrace----

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| Win32 object usage: GDI 13, USER 7

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| W32Util_CoreDump: faking exception to get context

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Writing minidump to D:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\VMware\vmware-vmx-2720.dmp

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x00400000 size 0x004fc000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00000000 timestamp 0x43a23894

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.5.0.19175

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7d600000 size 0x000f0000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000c2d24 timestamp 0x42437794

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\ntdll.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7d4c0000 size 0x00130000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000f6488 timestamp 0x42437794

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\kernel32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7c340000 size 0x00056000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0005f1e9 timestamp 0x3e561eac

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\msvcr71.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 7.10.3052.4

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7d930000 size 0x000d0000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00095137 timestamp 0x42437794

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\user32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7d800000 size 0x00090000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000494c8 timestamp 0x434485dc

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\gdi32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.2542

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77f50000 size 0x0009c000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000a2a8b timestamp 0x424377b4

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\advapi32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7da20000 size 0x000e0000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000a039b timestamp 0x42437794

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\rpcrt4.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77670000 size 0x00134000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0013917b timestamp 0x42df1563

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\ole32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.2492

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77ba0000 size 0x0005a000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0006288a timestamp 0x4243785e

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\msvcrt.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 7.0.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x748d0000 size 0x00008000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00012876 timestamp 0x3e8024aa

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\cfgmgr32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.0

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x770e0000 size 0x0010a000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0010c453 timestamp 0x424377d1

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\setupapi.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x71c00000 size 0x00017000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00019cee timestamp 0x424377ed

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\ws2_32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x71bf0000 size 0x00008000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000110a3 timestamp 0x424377ee

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\ws2help.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77d00000 size 0x0008c000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00090337 timestamp 0x424377dd

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\oleaut32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x722c0000 size 0x0002a000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002e160 timestamp 0x424377ca

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\dinput.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.3.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76aa0000 size 0x0002d000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002de7d timestamp 0x424377f8

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\winmm.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73e50000 size 0x0005e000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0005c958 timestamp 0x424377fd

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\dsound.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.3.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77b90000 size 0x00008000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000ed95 timestamp 0x424377d6

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\version.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x5e8d0000 size 0x000ce000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000b3970 timestamp 0x424377e5

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\opengl32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x68720000 size 0x00020000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002153a timestamp 0x424377b0

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\glu32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73860000 size 0x0004c000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00050ffa timestamp 0x424377b3

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\ddraw.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.3.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73b30000 size 0x00006000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000e248 timestamp 0x3e8024b0

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\dciman32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.0

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76280000 size 0x00005000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000d807 timestamp 0x3e80249f

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\msimg32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.0

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x690d0000 size 0x0000d000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00000000 timestamp 0x43a237fe

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\ntwrap.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.5.0.19175

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7dee0000 size 0x00060000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0001c30c timestamp 0x42437794

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\imm32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7dbc0000 size 0x00009000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000064a5 timestamp 0x42437794

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\lpk.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x75490000 size 0x00061000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0005edc9 timestamp 0x424377d8

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\usp10.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 1.422.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x766d0000 size 0x00009000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00011ea0 timestamp 0x424377da

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\shfolder.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 6.0.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77da0000 size 0x00052000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00057df2 timestamp 0x431a31a9

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\shlwapi.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 6.0.3790.2523

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7dbd0000 size 0x00103000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00101403 timestamp 0x42437794

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\WinSxS\WOW64_Microsoft.Windows.Common-Controls_6595b64144ccf1df_6.0.3790.1830_x-ww_0213CDC8\comctl32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 6.0.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7d8d0000 size 0x00050000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00013cc6 timestamp 0x42437794

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\secur32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77e00000 size 0x00022000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000292a1 timestamp 0x424377ef

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\ntmarta.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x5ccf0000 size 0x0000f000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0001af56 timestamp 0x424377ca

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\samlib.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76f10000 size 0x0002e000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00036e6c timestamp 0x424377db

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wldap32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x777b0000 size 0x00083000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00087842 timestamp 0x42df155f

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\clbcatq.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 2001.12.4720.2492

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77010000 size 0x000c6000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000c4402 timestamp 0x3e802499

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\comres.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 2001.12.4720.0

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x74cf0000 size 0x00009000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000655f timestamp 0x424377e5

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wbem\wbemprox.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x750f0000 size 0x0003a000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000456ab timestamp 0x424377df

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wbem\wbemcomn.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x120a0000 size 0x002c5000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x002cec28 timestamp 0x42435ac7

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\xpsp2res.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x74ce0000 size 0x0000e000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000abc0 timestamp 0x3e8024a8

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wbem\wbemsvc.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.0

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x75550000 size 0x00079000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0007e422 timestamp 0x424377ac

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wbem\fastprox.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x11f60000 size 0x00065000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00069183 timestamp 0x42435e42

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\msvcp60.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 7.0.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x766f0000 size 0x00015000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000202fb timestamp 0x424377e4

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\ntdsapi.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76ed0000 size 0x00029000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002b7fe timestamp 0x424377dd

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\dnsapi.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x71c40000 size 0x00058000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00064be3 timestamp 0x424377c8

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\netapi32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x68000000 size 0x0002f000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0003c544 timestamp 0x42435bbf

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\rsaenh.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76b70000 size 0x0000b000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00011212 timestamp 0x424377dd

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\psapi.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73aa0000 size 0x00015000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00019f6c timestamp 0x42c22f63

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\mscms.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.2476

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73070000 size 0x00027000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002d9ce timestamp 0x424377d1

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\winspool.drv

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.1830

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x5b130000 size 0x00042000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00048b19 timestamp 0x42c22f63

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\WINDOWS\system32\icm32.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 5.2.3790.2476

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x14710000 size 0x00006000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00000000 timestamp 0x43764851

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\Program Files (x86)\Synergy\synrgyhk.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 0.0.0.0

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x18c20000 size 0x000c1000

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000bd9f7 timestamp 0x3e385156

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| image file D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation\dbghelp.dll

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| file version 6.1.17.2

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 1064

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2628

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 1544

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 1452

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2440

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 3024

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED C:/ob/bora-19175/bora/devices/misc/keyboard.c:2295

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| \[msg.panic.haveLog] A log file is available in "C:\xp64vm\vmware.log". \[msg.panic.haveCore] A core file is available in "D:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\VMware\vmware-vmx-2720.dmp". \[msg.panic.requestSupport.withLogAndCore] Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file. \[msg.panic.requestSupport.win32]

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run cscript vm-support.vbs.

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| \[msg.panic.response] We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Jan 13 11:37:54: vcpu-0| \----

    DB:3.02:Installing Xp64 Crashes With Not_Implemented Keyboard.C:2295 sm


    Are you installing normal 64bit XP (end user version bought in the shop) or some OEM version received with some hardware? This NOT_IMPLEMENTED says that guest OS tried to read 2 bytes from port 0x64 - which is nonsense, as port 0x64 is only 8 bits wide, and port 0x65 belongs to another device. On real hardware you probably get random value or I/O channel error, under VM you get this NOT_IMPLEMENTED...

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.01

    DB:3.01:Vm Crash With Monitor Panic: Vcpu-0:Not_Implemented Vmcore/Vmm/Main/Busmem. 3d



    Hi !

    I have a strange problem with a WinXPSP2 VM running on ESX3.0.1 with all 5 available patches.

    It is somewhat reproduceable and if a VM shows this problem, it is hard to get the VM back working.

    From the log:

    \[...]

    Feb 05 00:44:49.083: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x1060 (0x0)

    Feb 05 00:44:49.083: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf8000000(0xf8000000) and 0xf4000000(0xf4000000)

    Feb 05 00:44:49.669: vcpu-0| CDROM: Mode Sense for Unsupported Page 0x1B

    Feb 05 00:44:51.826: vcpu-0| MONITOR PANIC: vcpu-0:NOT_IMPLEMENTED vmcore/vmm/main/busmem.c:984

    Feb 05 00:44:51.826: vcpu-0| Core dump with build build-35804

    Feb 05 00:44:51.910: vcpu-0| Writing monitor corefile "/vmfs/volumes/440dfafd-79b11ebd-4f5b-0017a4a7f14e/de-w-0132610/vmware-core.gz"

    Feb 05 00:44:51.910: vcpu-0| CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privileges

    Feb 05 00:44:51.998: vcpu-0| VMK Stack for vcpu 0 is at 3791000

    Feb 05 00:44:51.998: vcpu-0| Beginning monitor coredump

    Feb 05 00:44:52.416: vcpu-0| End monitor coredump

    Feb 05 00:44:52.417: vcpu-0| Writing anonymous pages at pos: 404000

    Feb 05 00:44:53.434: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Feb 05 00:44:53.434: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.monpanic] *** VMware ESX Server internal monitor error ***

    Feb 05 00:44:53.434: vcpu-0| vcpu-0:NOT_IMPLEMENTED vmcore/vmm/main/busmem.c:984

    \[...]

    To get the VM working again, I removed everything except the vmdk, recreated the VM from scratch, set Options-Advanced (Enable debugging information|Disable acceleration|Enable logging) and stat the guest with "/basevideo /sos /bootlogging"

    Ommiting one of these options renders the VM unbootable: The Windows splash-screen starts but immediately the VM is powerd of again.

    Any Ideas are welcome.

    Michael

    DB:3.01:Vm Crash With Monitor Panic: Vcpu-0:Not_Implemented Vmcore/Vmm/Main/Busmem. 3d

    FYI: the busmem.c:984 VMM panic has been fixed in ESX 3.0.1 by patch ESX-8258730 and AFAIK is fixed in 3.0.2. Hans, I'm working on your SR and I what I saw in the vmkernel logs is an ASSERT happening in a different place; I'm working on it and I'll get you an answer soon.

    Hope this information is helpful to people that incur in the busmem.c:984 monitor error, which was caused by using a function in the guest OS driver for LSI logic that was not fully implemented in our emulation of it in the virtual hardware.

    Regards,

    Giovanni

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.01

    DB:3.01:Multiprocessor Hal With Only 1 Vcpu? 8x


    Hi,

    I've been running a VM which was cold-cloned using Converter from a dual-core Thinkpad T60 (with 2 vCPUs). However, after seeing some notes about not using 2 vCPUs, I've taken it down to 1 vCPU and haven't seen any ill effects other than what I would call normal XP glitchiness that I saw when this was a physical machine.

    I've scanned through the forums and haven't seen anything definitive about 'degrading' a VM like this.

    Are there any maxims or definitive conclusions about the pros and cons of doing this? In my (newbie) opinion, it seems the best of both worlds since I can upgrade back to 2 vCPUs if ever necessary without needing to change the HAL. XP is volume-licensed so I don't have actviation issues either.

    Many thanks in advance!

    Trevor

    DB:3.01:Multiprocessor Hal With Only 1 Vcpu? 8x

    Thank you both for clarifying. It was more of an academic question, to Eric's question, this VM works just fine for my purposes.

    I've been incredibly impressed with Fusion and VMWare and happy carrying only 1 laptop these days. Thanks for all the hard work on the product.

    Trevor

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.01

    DB:3.01:Multiple Vcpu Vs Cores Per Socket kx



    I would like to gather opinions on the topic of mutliple vCPU vs cores per socket.

    I am trying to determine if you get the same performance from a 2 x vCPU vm VS a 1 x vCPU x 2 cores vm?

    Thanks in advance.

    DB:3.01:Multiple Vcpu Vs Cores Per Socket kx


    ok.. thanks i had to check. As we ran a test with 1 proc and 2 cores and could easily peg the cpu with the cpu.vbs script and i was surprised the cpu wasnt just humming at around 70% or so. But completely maxed. But i know the vm will have more threads available.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.00

    DB:3.00:Virtual Machine Is Powering Off Automatically 3a



    Hello Gurus ,

    I am running ESX 5i and VM were running fine for 2 weeks and suddenly they are powering off by VMAutomation from vmware log, can you please help me in how do i fix the problem.

    2011-10-25T18:28:48.198Z| vcpu-0| TOOLS autoupgrade protocol version 02011-10-25T18:28:48.199Z| vcpu-0| TOOLS ToolsCapabilityGuestTempDirectory received 02011-10-25T18:28:48.204Z| vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Reinitializing Channel 0(toolbox)2011-10-25T18:28:48.205Z| vcpu-0| GuestRpc: Channel 0 reinitialized.2011-10-25T18:28:52.503Z| vcpu-0| PIIX4: PM Soft Off. Good-bye.2011-10-25T18:28:52.556Z| vmx| Stopping VCPU threads...2011-10-25T18:28:52.556Z| vcpu-3| VMMon_WaitForExit: vcpu-3: worldID=4344342011-10-25T18:28:52.556Z| vcpu-0| VMMon_WaitForExit: vcpu-0: worldID=4344302011-10-25T18:28:52.556Z| vcpu-1| VMMon_WaitForExit: vcpu-1: worldID=4323842011-10-25T18:28:52.556Z| vcpu-2| VMMon_WaitForExit: vcpu-2: worldID=4364812011-10-25T18:28:52.671Z| mks| Ending MKSRole pseudocalls, state was 12011-10-25T18:28:52.671Z| mks| Async MKS thread is exiting2011-10-25T18:28:52.671Z| vmx| Vix: [434429 mainDispatch.c:1165]: VMAutomation_PowerOff: Powering off.2011-10-25T18:28:52.672Z| vmx|

    Thanks

    Kapil+

    DB:3.00:Virtual Machine Is Powering Off Automatically 3a


    Check the VM's settings and make sure there is nothing obviously wrong.

    I hope you have licensing has not expired.

    What does ESX log message say? (vmkernel.log)

    --

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.00

    DB:3.00:Cpu Scheduling 8p



    Hi,

    I recently inherited an installation.

    What we found was a host with 8 cores (dual, quad-core CPUs). It has eight VMs running.

    Each of these was configured with four vCPUs. Performance was quite terrible, as you would expect from scheduling issues.

    I've reconfigured seven with one vCPU, and one with two vCPU. Performance was markedly improved.

    The thing about this issue is that it was painfully obvious just by looking at the configuration. Looking at performance metrics however, all we saw was the meter that showed CPU use was right down around 20% on the host.

    So my question is how do you troubleshoot less obvious examples of this - where would you diagnose performance issues due to CPU scheduling?

    DB:3.00:Cpu Scheduling 8p


    You'd do it with ESXtop or the performance counters.

    in ESXTOP, you'd watch the CSTP counter to see if coscheduling is causing an issue. Also watch %RDY to see if you are overrunning your CPUs.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.00

    DB:3.00:Guest Vm Periodic Reboot - Need Help Deciphering Log ca



    I am running a Windows 2000 SP4 server on VM Server 1.04.

    Host OS is Windows 2003 R2 SP2 Enterprise

    Tools Version 6532

    Plenty of System Resources

    The VM VHD is stored on a SAN disk partition that has several hundred GB's free space.

    Occasionally the VM server will just reboot itself and reload back to a login splash screen. This is what is in the log at the time of the crash.

    Can anyone help me decipher what is going on?

    May 25 14:51:36: mks| MKS disabling SVGA

    May 25 14:51:36: mks| VNCENCODE 4 encoding mode change: (640x480x24depth,32bpp)

    May 25 14:51:36: vcpu-0| VNET: Notification enabled for Ethernet0

    May 25 14:51:36: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:1 : geometry=4426/255/63

    May 25 14:51:36: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=1106/255/63

    May 25 14:51:36: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    May 25 14:51:36: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:1 : geometry=4426/255/63

    May 25 14:51:36: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=1106/255/63

    May 25 14:51:36: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    May 25 14:51:40: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): No transfer information for UNKNOWN (0x1b) (0x1b)

    May 25 14:51:40: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command UNKNOWN (0x1b) issued. --ok

    May 25 14:51:40: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): No transfer information for UNKNOWN (0x1b) (0x1b)

    May 25 14:51:40: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command UNKNOWN (0x1b) issued. --ok

    May 25 14:51:40: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): No transfer information for UNKNOWN (0x1b) (0x1b)

    May 25 14:51:40: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command UNKNOWN (0x1b) issued. --ok

    May 25 14:51:40: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): No transfer information for UNKNOWN (0x1b) (0x1b)

    May 25 14:51:40: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command UNKNOWN (0x1b) issued. --ok

    May 25 14:51:40: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): No transfer information for UNKNOWN (0x1b) (0x1b)

    May 25 14:51:40: vcpu-0| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command UNKNOWN (0x1b) issued. --ok

    May 25 14:52:46: vcpu-0| Vmcore_ResetAllVcpus: reset via VCPU 0

    May 25 14:52:46: vcpu-0| CPU reset: soft

    May 25 14:52:46: vcpu-1| CPU reset: soft

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-1| CPU reset: soft

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x14a0 (0x14a0)

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x14a0 (0x0)

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-1| CPU reset: soft

    May 25 14:52:47: mks| VNCENCODE 4 encoding mode change: (720x400x24depth,32bpp)

    May 25 14:52:47: mks| VNCENCODE 4 encoding mode change: (640x480x24depth,32bpp)

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| UHCI: Global Reset

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| UHCI: HCReset

    May 25 14:52:47: vcpu-0| UHCI: HCReset

    May 25 14:52:47: vmx| USBG warning: unknown std ctl wr req 5

    May 25 14:53:03: vcpu-0| VMMouse: Disabling VMMouse mode

    May 25 14:53:03: vcpu-0| MKS switching absolute mouse on

    May 25 14:53:04: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=1106/255/63

    May 25 14:53:04: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:1 : geometry=4426/255/63

    May 25 14:53:04: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:2 : geometry=4426/255/63

    May 25 14:53:04: vcpu-1| CPU reset: soft

    May 25 14:53:05: vcpu-0| BIOS-UUID is 56 4d f5 25 bb 72 9e 43-6d f7 60 2e 26 45 24 af

    May 25 14:53:05: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:2 : toolsVersion = 6532

    May 25 14:53:05: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:1 : toolsVersion = 6532

    May 25 14:53:05: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 6532

    May 25 14:53:05: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:2 : toolsVersion = 6532

    May 25 14:53:05: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:1 : toolsVersion = 6532

    May 25 14:53:05: vcpu-0| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : toolsVersion = 6532

    May 25 14:53:06: mks| VNCENCODE 4 encoding mode change: (720x400x24depth,32bpp)

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| Unknown int 10h func 0x2000

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[20] = 0x00fb

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[22] = 0x0400

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[20] = 0x00fb

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[22] = 0x0400

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[20] = 0x00fb

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[22] = 0x0400

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[16] = 0xffff

    May 25 14:53:06: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Store HAL[18] = 0xfe03

    May 25 14:53:17: mks| VNCENCODE 4 encoding mode change: (640x480x24depth,32bpp)

    May 25 14:53:19: vcpu-1| CPU reset: soft

    May 25 14:53:33: vcpu-1| SVGA: Unregistering IOSpace at 0x14a0 (0x14a0)

    May 25 14:53:33: vcpu-1| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    May 25 14:53:33: vcpu-1| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x14a0 (0x0)

    May 25 14:53:33: vcpu-1| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xf0000000(0xf0000000) and 0xe8000000(0xe8000000)

    May 25 14:53:38: vmx| CDROM: Mode Sense for Unsupported Page 0x1B

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| DISKUTIL: scsi0:1 : geometry=4426/255/63

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=1106/255/63

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| DISKUTIL: scsi0:1 : geometry=4426/255/63

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| DISKUTIL: scsi0:0 : geometry=1106/255/63

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command REPORT LUNS issued. --ok

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| SCSI-DEV0:0: Unsupported command REPORT LUNS issued. --ok

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| SCSI-DEV0:1: Unsupported command REPORT LUNS issued. --ok

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| SCSI-DEV0:1: Unsupported command REPORT LUNS issued. --ok

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| SCSI-DEV0:2: Unsupported command REPORT LUNS issued. --ok

    May 25 14:53:38: vcpu-1| SCSI-DEV0:2: Unsupported command REPORT LUNS issued. --ok

    May 25 14:53:39: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:0): MODE SENSE(6) for unsupported page 0x1c

    May 25 14:53:39: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:1): MODE SENSE(6) for unsupported page 0x1c

    May 25 14:53:39: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (scsi0:2): MODE SENSE(6) for unsupported page 0x1c

    May 25 14:53:46: mks| SOCKET 4 new update req with non-empty pending: logical error on server/client?

    May 25 14:53:49: vcpu-1| UHCI: Global Reset

    May 25 14:53:49: vmx| NOT_TESTED C:/ob/bora-56528/pompeii2005/bora/devices/usb/vusb.c:4181

    May 25 14:53:49: vmx| Try to find endpoint addr 1

    May 25 14:53:50: vcpu-1| POLL device deleted

    May 25 14:53:50: vcpu-0| VNET: Notification enabled for Ethernet0

    May 25 14:53:52: vmx| UHCI: setup data size 56 does not match wLength 255

    May 25 14:53:52: vmx| UHCI: setup data size 56 does not match wLength 255

    May 25 14:53:52: vmx| UHCI: setup data size 56 does not match wLength 255

    May 25 14:53:52: vmx| UHCI: setup data size 56 does not match wLength 255

    May 25 14:53:52: vmx| UHCI: setup data size 56 does not match wLength 255

    May 25 14:54:06: mks| MKS enabling SVGA

    May 25 14:54:06: mks| SVGA: Using extended FIFO: Caps 0x00000007, Flags 0x00000000

    May 25 14:54:06: mks| MKS remote display status changed, enabling remoteoptimizations

    May 25 14:54:06: mks| VNCENCODE 4 encoding mode change: (1280x1024x8depth,8bpp)

    May 25 14:54:07: vcpu-1| maxStackDepth(0) = 4020

    May 25 14:54:09: mks| HostOps hideCursor before defineCursor!

    May 25 14:54:09: mks| SOCKET 4 new update req with non-empty pending: logical error on server/client?

    May 25 14:54:10: vcpu-1| DISKLIB-LIB :numIOs = 1000000 numMergedIOs = 90162 numSplitIOs = 10467

    DB:3.00:Guest Vm Periodic Reboot - Need Help Deciphering Log ca

    Just as another update on this, the problem still exists in Workstation 6.5. With 6.5 and one processor the guest was stable for over a month, switching to two processors causes a crash every few days.

    Where can I go to report a bug?

    Thanks,

    Tom

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 3.00

    DB:3.00:Workstation 6 And Dual Opteron Crashing sm



    Host: Debian Etch R1 kernel 2.6.22.9

    Vmware: 6.0.1 Build 55017

    Guest: Windows 2003 Server R2 Enterprise

    KDE: 3.5

    Problem: Vmware crashes whole system under heavy load, i tried prime95 and it crashes it after 2 minutes, media encoding crashes after ~10 minutes. I didn't found anything in system log i just got debug file from vmware.

    Server: Dual Opteron 242 with 1GB of RAM

    Sep 28 01:52:20.267: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:20.367: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:21.300: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:21.396: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:22.267: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:22.375: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x77113e45

    Sep 28 01:52:23.304: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:23.403: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:24.273: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8098934e

    Sep 28 01:52:24.372: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:25.270: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:25.401: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:26.267: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:26.368: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:27.268: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:27.408: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:28.268: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:28.368: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:28.699: vmx| LOADAVG: 1.82 1.65 0.85

    Sep 28 01:52:29.268: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:29.368: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:30.267: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:30.368: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:31.268: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:31.368: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:32.268: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:32.368: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:33.361: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:33.428: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:34.329: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:34.443: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:35.341: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:35.439: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:36.377: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:36.445: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:37.345: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:37.475: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:38.345: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:38.445: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:39.345: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:39.445: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:40.377: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:40.476: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:41.349: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:41.449: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:42.349: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:42.449: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:43.353: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:43.453: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:44.353: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:44.485: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:45.354: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:45.453: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:46.354: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:46.454: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:47.354: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:47.454: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:48.354: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:48.454: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:49.386: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:49.458: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:50.358: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:50.458: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:51.358: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:51.458: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:52.358: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:52.458: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:53.359: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:53.488: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:54.358: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:54.462: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:52:55.389: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:55.458: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:56.362: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:56.462: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:57.363: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:57.463: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:58.363: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:58.463: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:58.698: vmx| LOADAVG: 1.22 1.53 0.83

    Sep 28 01:52:59.363: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:52:59.494: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:00.363: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:00.462: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:01.363: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:01.463: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:02.364: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:02.463: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:03.367: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:03.467: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:04.400: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:04.467: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:05.398: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:05.467: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088d2b2

    Sep 28 01:53:06.403: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:06.419: vmx| VMMEM 0 1 216448 229360 229360 237568 -1 50

    Sep 28 01:53:06.419: vmx| VMMEM checked 21758 bad 0 badKey 0 badMPN 0 badCOW 0

    Sep 28 01:53:06.419: vmx| COWStats: numHints 186 unique 2 shared 962 totalUnique 2 totalBreaks 271

    Sep 28 01:53:06.419: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x0 count 0

    Sep 28 01:53:06.419: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x0 count 0

    Sep 28 01:53:06.419: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x0 count 0

    Sep 28 01:53:06.419: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0xfadc7f87dc3d2da1 count 43

    Sep 28 01:53:06.419: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x2bd8e6157e6af6d6 count 919

    Sep 28 01:53:06.419: vmx| VMMEM VM 0 min 128815 max 228655 share 199680 paged 207681 nonpaged 20974 locked 216446 cowed 962 usedPct 48

    Sep 28 01:53:06.471: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:07.371: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:07.471: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:08.403: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:08.503: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:09.407: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:09.513: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:10.407: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:10.507: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:11.408: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:11.476: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:12.376: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:12.508: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:13.408: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:13.507: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:14.380: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:14.515: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:15.384: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:15.514: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:16.384: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:16.488: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:17.388: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:53:22.388: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:22.520: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:23.388: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:53:24.389: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:24.489: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:25.421: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:25.519: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:26.420: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:26.489: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:27.389: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:27.489: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:28.393: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:28.493: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:28.696: vmx| LOADAVG: 0.74 1.38 0.80

    Sep 28 01:53:29.397: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:29.531: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:30.397: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:30.527: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:31.397: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:31.497: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:32.398: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:32.497: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:33.398: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:33.498: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:34.398: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:34.498: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:35.398: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:53:36.398: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:53:37.402: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:37.510: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:38.406: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:53:39.406: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:39.506: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:40.439: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:53:44.541: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:45.411: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:53:48.448: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:53:51.416: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:51.516: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:52.416: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:52.547: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:53.416: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:53.555: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:54.448: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:54.548: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:55.420: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:55.520: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:56.428: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:56.528: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:57.439: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:57.540: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:58.474: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:58.574: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:58.696: vmx| LOADAVG: 0.50 1.26 0.78

    Sep 28 01:53:59.441: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:53:59.541: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:00.451: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:02.471: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:02.583: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:03.484: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:04.482: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:11.483: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:13.456: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf865c6a

    Sep 28 01:54:13.586: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf84047c

    Sep 28 01:54:14.515: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:15.511: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:15.612: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:16.483: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:18.484: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:18.614: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:19.487: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:20.516: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:20.588: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c82da15

    Sep 28 01:54:21.488: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:23.488: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:24.488: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:25.484: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:26.488: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:26.592: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:27.488: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:28.488: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:28.592: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:28.688: vmx| LOADAVG: 0.50 1.19 0.77

    Sep 28 01:54:29.488: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:29.588: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:30.489: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:35.525: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:54:58.612: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:54:58.687: vmx| LOADAVG: 0.30 1.07 0.75

    Sep 28 01:54:59.512: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:01.612: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:02.541: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:10.521: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:10.625: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:11.522: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:11.625: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:12.526: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:14.630: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:19.530: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:20.558: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:21.534: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:21.664: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:22.567: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:23.543: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:23.643: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:24.571: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:24.700: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:25.571: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:25.671: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:26.571: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:26.700: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:27.603: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:27.675: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:28.607: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:28.679: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:28.686: vmx| LOADAVG: 0.39 1.02 0.74

    Sep 28 01:55:29.579: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:29.679: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:30.611: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:30.683: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:31.583: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:31.713: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:32.583: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:32.711: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:33.583: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:33.688: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:34.584: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:34.713: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:35.588: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:35.688: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:36.622: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:36.692: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:37.592: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:37.692: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:38.592: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:39.588: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:39.688: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:40.588: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:40.718: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:41.588: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:42.588: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:42.688: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:45.618: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:45.688: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:46.593: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:46.693: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:47.693: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:48.593: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:49.593: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:50.697: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:51.625: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:55:52.605: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:52.705: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:53.605: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:53.705: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:54.606: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:54.706: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:55.606: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:55.735: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:56.606: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:56.706: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:57.606: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:57.706: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:58.635: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088c5bc

    Sep 28 01:55:58.677: vmx| LOADAVG: 0.24 0.92 0.71

    Sep 28 01:55:58.707: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c811877

    Sep 28 01:55:59.645: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:55:59.717: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5da3d

    Sep 28 01:56:00.623: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:00.722: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:01.642: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:01.743: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 01:56:02.646: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:02.778: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:03.647: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8093339e

    Sep 28 01:56:03.778: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:04.724: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:04.795: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:05.699: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:05.800: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80849e1e

    Sep 28 01:56:06.422: vmx| VMMEM 0 1 215168 229360 229360 237568 -1 50

    Sep 28 01:56:06.422: vmx| VMMEM checked 30398 bad 0 badKey 0 badMPN 0 badCOW 0

    Sep 28 01:56:06.422: vmx| COWStats: numHints 321 unique 3 shared 1486 totalUnique 3 totalBreaks 285

    Sep 28 01:56:06.422: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x0 count 0

    Sep 28 01:56:06.422: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x0 count 0

    Sep 28 01:56:06.422: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x5d5d5547019d1334 count 2

    Sep 28 01:56:06.422: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0xfadc7f87dc3d2da1 count 54

    Sep 28 01:56:06.422: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x2bd8e6157e6af6d6 count 1430

    Sep 28 01:56:06.422: vmx| VMMEM VM 0 min 128647 max 228487 share 199680 paged 207681 nonpaged 20806 locked 215165 cowed 1486 usedPct 21

    Sep 28 01:56:06.704: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:06.803: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:07.711: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:56:23.833: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:24.760: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf8e0692

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    Sep 28 01:56:25.733: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80887a3b

    Sep 28 01:56:25.833: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:26.737: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf8a1a6a

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    Sep 28 01:56:27.746: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:27.845: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:28.676: vmx| LOADAVG: 0.62 0.95 0.73

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    Sep 28 01:56:28.890: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:29.765: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:56:30.794: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:56:31.770: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:56:32.771: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:56:33.798: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:56:34.810: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:56:35.782: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:56:37.811: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:56:38.813: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:38.916: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:39.786: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:39.886: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:40.786: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

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    Sep 28 01:56:41.787: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:41.916: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:42.790: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:42.919: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:43.791: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:43.892: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 01:56:44.791: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:44.891: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:45.799: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:45.903: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:46.799: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:46.903: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:47.799: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:47.907: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:48.832: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80812cf6

    Sep 28 01:56:48.903: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8098a91b

    Sep 28 01:56:49.812: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:49.911: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 01:56:50.815: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:50.915: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:51.817: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:51.913: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:52.843: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.038 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:56:52.879: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.073 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:56:52.913: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.107 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:56:52.925: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.121 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:56:52.983: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.176 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:56:52.983: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.067 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:56:52.984: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a4ee

    Sep 28 01:56:53.030: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.113 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:56:53.030: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.113 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:56:53.115: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088dcf4

    Sep 28 01:56:54.040: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c549

    Sep 28 01:56:54.143: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:55.276: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:55.382: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58754

    Sep 28 01:56:56.675: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:56:56.812: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:56:57.950: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 01:56:58.048: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:58.697: vmx| LOADAVG: 1.63 1.14 0.80

    Sep 28 01:56:59.200: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:56:59.391: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:00.281: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:57:00.434: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:57:01.496: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088dcf5

    Sep 28 01:57:01.572: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a59830

    Sep 28 01:57:02.831: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:02.980: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:04.061: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:04.201: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415aa0

    Sep 28 01:57:05.329: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 01:57:05.428: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:06.507: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:06.637: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:07.657: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:07.786: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8087ce3c

    Sep 28 01:57:08.762: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:08.843: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088dcf5

    Sep 28 01:57:09.925: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088dd8b

    Sep 28 01:57:10.023: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:57:11.167: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.210 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:11.197: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:11.336: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:11.423: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.466 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:11.477: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.520 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:11.479: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.454 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:11.480: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.523 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:11.502: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.354 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:11.744: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.552 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:11.891: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.551 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:11.950: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.553 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:11.951: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.507 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:12.038: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.174 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:12.061: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.197 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:12.078: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.212 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:12.103: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.236 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:12.261: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.394 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:12.272: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.404 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:12.272: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.404 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:12.272: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.357 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:12.276: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.094 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:12.625: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:12.725: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:14.276: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:14.377: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:15.525: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c4f4

    Sep 28 01:57:15.642: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:16.883: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:16.981: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80867bfa

    Sep 28 01:57:18.307: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808f0ae2

    Sep 28 01:57:18.454: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a4ab

    Sep 28 01:57:19.677: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:19.788: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:20.703: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:20.822: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:22.102: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:22.306: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 01:57:23.400: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:23.517: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c505

    Sep 28 01:57:24.563: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:24.697: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:25.949: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:26.260: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8083209c

    Sep 28 01:57:27.294: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80887a0f

    Sep 28 01:57:27.394: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:27.538: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.034 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:27.657: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.153 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:27.657: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.153 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:27.658: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.154 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:27.749: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.245 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:27.831: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.250 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:27.985: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.285 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.121: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.421 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.121: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.215 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.121: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.215 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.121: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.102 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.121: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.101 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.154: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.009 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.319: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.173 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.319: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.114 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.320: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.025 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.435: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.139 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.435: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.114 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:28.782: vmx| LOADAVG: 3.86 1.68 0.98

    Sep 28 01:57:28.782: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 01:57:28.895: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:30.270: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808595f1

    Sep 28 01:57:30.466: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:31.534: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:31.784: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:32.880: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:33.184: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a59830

    Sep 28 01:57:34.280: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 01:57:34.430: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:35.555: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:35.728: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:35.789: vcpu-0| maxStackDepth(0) = 4716

    Sep 28 01:57:35.979: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.083 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.159: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.264 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.244: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.349 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.245: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.350 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.350 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.351 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.328 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.351 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.247: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.209 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.247: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.147 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.259: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.157 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.260: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.098 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:36.831: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:37.057: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:57:38.143: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:38.415: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:57:39.312: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:39.509: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf6b1f6e5

    Sep 28 01:57:40.757: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 01:57:41.093: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58865

    Sep 28 01:57:42.181: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8083a81b

    Sep 28 01:57:42.355: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:42.775: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.073 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:42.874: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.171 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:42.875: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.172 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:42.963: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.260 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.153: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.449 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.154: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.449 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.154: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.441 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.160: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.444 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.161: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.437 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.161: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.394 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.243: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.061 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.243: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.010 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.457: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.218 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.467: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.220 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.467: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.096 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.467: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.092 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:43.468: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:43.867: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:44.951: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:45.320: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:46.392: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:46.807: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:47.568: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:48.018: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:48.664: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:49.083: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:49.369: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.087 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:49.613: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.249 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:49.613: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.074 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:50.005: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:57:50.489: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a588bb

    Sep 28 01:57:51.253: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 01:57:51.663: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:52.403: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b58e0

    Sep 28 01:57:52.895: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:53.607: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf709739d

    Sep 28 01:57:54.124: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:57:54.624: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:55.716: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 01:57:56.289: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:56.923: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:57.349: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.016 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.393: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.059 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.403: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.069 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.448: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:57.457: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.124 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.777: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.443 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.918: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.584 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.918: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.584 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.919: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.584 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.964: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.437 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.964: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.420 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.965: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.399 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.968: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.043 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:57.968: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.337 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:58.037: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.061 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:58.382: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:58.772: vmx| LOADAVG: 6.01 2.37 1.23

    Sep 28 01:57:59.004: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.036 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.004: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.035 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.028: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.059 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.053: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.084 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.104: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:57:59.152: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.183 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.207: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.237 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.207: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.237 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.207: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.237 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.207: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.149 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.235: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.177 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.235: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.177 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.244: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.051 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.245: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.052 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.014 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:57:59.676: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 01:58:00.461: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808595f1

    Sep 28 01:58:01.214: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:02.090: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:02.728: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:03.429: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:04.016: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:04.640: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:05.512: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:06.153: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:06.869: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x414e01

    Sep 28 01:58:07.452: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:08.197: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:08.467: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.011 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:08.531: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.075 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:08.608: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.152 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:08.694: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:08.776: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.320 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:08.801: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.345 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.020: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.461 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.020: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.461 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.020: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.290 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.033: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.302 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.104: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.373 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.104: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.373 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.126: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.395 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.202: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.321 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.202: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.395 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.311: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.166 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.311: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.166 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.311: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.013 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.311: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.013 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:09.312: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b29

    Sep 28 01:58:09.938: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:10.915: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:11.481: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 01:58:12.378: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a603f9

    Sep 28 01:58:12.720: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:13.794: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:58:14.312: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db58

    Sep 28 01:58:14.967: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:15.448: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40933c

    Sep 28 01:58:16.483: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:16.965: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:17.607: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:17.878: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.036 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.012: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:18.192: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.349 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.192: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.349 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.233: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.389 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.324: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.480 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.365: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.520 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.501: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.656 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.501: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.656 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.565: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.720 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.603: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:18.704: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.787 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.733: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.767 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:18.733: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.576 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.045: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.564 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.045: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.562 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.047: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:19.070: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.586 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.186: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.702 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.426 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.425 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.233 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.192 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.051 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.270: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.075 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:19.270: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.036 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:20.052: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:20.579: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:21.237: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b41

    Sep 28 01:58:21.695: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8084eaea

    Sep 28 01:58:22.600: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 01:58:22.987: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:23.746: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:24.256: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:24.933: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:25.762: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:26.480: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf8a2ac1

    Sep 28 01:58:27.002: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:27.619: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:28.360: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:58:28.781: vmx| LOADAVG: 7.46 3.08 1.50

    Sep 28 01:58:29.115: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:29.932: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:58:30.703: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:58:31.307: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:32.284: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:32.681: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:33.379: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889cac

    Sep 28 01:58:34.022: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40d341

    Sep 28 01:58:34.896: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:58:35.355: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf70cf628

    Sep 28 01:58:36.082: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a4e6

    Sep 28 01:58:36.619: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c4f4

    Sep 28 01:58:37.717: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x414de7

    Sep 28 01:58:38.191: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:38.889: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:39.409: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 01:58:40.248: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:41.078: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808f2375

    Sep 28 01:58:41.818: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 01:58:42.652: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:43.444: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c4a6

    Sep 28 01:58:44.146: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:45.017: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b3c

    Sep 28 01:58:45.457: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:46.376: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8080c485

    Sep 28 01:58:47.068: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 01:58:47.879: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:58:48.656: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:49.707: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808f2022

    Sep 28 01:58:50.189: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 01:58:51.088: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 01:58:51.614: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:52.214: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:52.609: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.047 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:52.700: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a59902

    Sep 28 01:58:52.842: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.279 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:52.907: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.345 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.069: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.507 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.221: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.659 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.367: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.804 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.378: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.815 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.404: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.841 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.404: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.841 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.405: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:58:53.617: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.053 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.668: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.898 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.770: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.833 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.770: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.750 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.770: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.656 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.770: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.622 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.770: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.327 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.770: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.541 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.770: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.257 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.771: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.068 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 01:58:53.864: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:54.547: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:55.226: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:55.882: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:58:56.344: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:57.255: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:57.670: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:58:58.512: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:58:58.777: vmx| LOADAVG: 8.20 3.66 1.75

    Sep 28 01:58:59.060: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 01:58:59.940: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:59:00.463: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b58e0

    Sep 28 01:59:01.279: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:01.874: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x82ea6e54

    Sep 28 01:59:02.728: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:03.409: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:59:04.353: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 01:59:05.056: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:05.617: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:06.328: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:06.912: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:59:07.467: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b66

    Sep 28 01:59:08.220: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808328ec

    Sep 28 01:59:08.963: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:09.671: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808595f1

    Sep 28 01:59:10.070: vmx| VMMEM 0 1 215871 229360 229360 237568 -1 50

    Sep 28 01:59:10.200: vmx| VMMEM checked 38542 bad 0 badKey 0 badMPN 0 badCOW 0

    Sep 28 01:59:10.200: vmx| COWStats: numHints 958 unique 5 shared 650 totalUnique 5 totalBreaks 2080

    Sep 28 01:59:10.200: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x77fc00c711953c89 count 2

    Sep 28 01:59:10.200: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x957aa21b577d56a3 count 2

    Sep 28 01:59:10.200: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x5d5d5547019d1334 count 2

    Sep 28 01:59:10.200: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0xfadc7f87dc3d2da1 count 87

    Sep 28 01:59:10.200: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x2bd8e6157e6af6d6 count 557

    Sep 28 01:59:10.200: vmx| VMMEM VM 0 min 128315 max 228155 share 199680 paged 207681 nonpaged 20474 locked 215866 cowed 650 usedPct 44

    Sep 28 01:59:10.331: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:11.016: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b2c

    Sep 28 01:59:11.849: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:12.430: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:13.037: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x82ea6e54

    Sep 28 01:59:13.619: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:14.199: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:14.783: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58754

    Sep 28 01:59:15.359: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:16.019: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c505

    Sep 28 01:59:16.671: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b58e0

    Sep 28 01:59:17.406: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8086c817

    Sep 28 01:59:17.812: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:18.712: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b6a

    Sep 28 01:59:19.433: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:20.123: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:59:20.620: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:21.223: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:21.717: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:22.434: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:23.036: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 01:59:23.565: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:59:24.319: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:25.188: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40d63a

    Sep 28 01:59:25.830: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x414ae6

    Sep 28 01:59:26.513: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a486

    Sep 28 01:59:27.121: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:27.801: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:28.734: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 01:59:28.821: vmx| LOADAVG: 7.09 3.82 1.86

    Sep 28 01:59:29.365: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:29.984: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:30.541: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:31.219: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:31.759: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:59:32.379: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:33.001: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:33.633: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808f0574

    Sep 28 01:59:34.137: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 01:59:34.973: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:35.518: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:36.418: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:37.097: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:59:37.890: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 01:59:38.427: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c8285ec

    Sep 28 01:59:39.241: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:39.781: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 01:59:40.560: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:41.187: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:59:42.008: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:42.394: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:43.136: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:43.605: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b8a

    Sep 28 01:59:44.370: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b60

    Sep 28 01:59:44.853: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 01:59:45.625: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 01:59:46.078: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58865

    Sep 28 01:59:46.924: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 01:59:47.823: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a59e54

    Sep 28 01:59:48.501: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:49.300: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 01:59:50.246: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:50.818: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:51.318: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db28

    Sep 28 01:59:51.818: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:52.319: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:52.819: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:53.318: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:53.871: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:54.373: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:54.855: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:55.376: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:55.955: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:56.459: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 01:59:56.963: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:57.463: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:57.963: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 01:59:58.487: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:58.811: vmx| LOADAVG: 6.95 4.09 2.01

    Sep 28 01:59:58.988: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:59.484: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 01:59:59.979: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:00.618: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:00:01.243: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:01.832: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:02.327: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:02.827: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:03.343: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:03.827: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:04.344: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:04.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c549

    Sep 28 02:00:05.344: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:05.829: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:06.328: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:06.921: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:07.404: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58865

    Sep 28 02:00:07.905: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 02:00:08.404: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088dcf2

    Sep 28 02:00:08.978: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4ab74ec5

    Sep 28 02:00:09.456: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:09.974: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:10.456: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:11.038: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:11.833: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:12.016: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:12.840: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:13.040: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:13.886: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:14.068: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:15.064: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 02:00:15.245: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:16.062: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:16.241: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:17.034: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:17.233: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:18.042: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 02:00:18.241: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:19.155: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 02:00:19.353: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:20.112: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.198 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.112: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.198 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.153: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:20.189: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.275 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.197: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.283 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.311: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.396 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.349: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.434 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.353: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:20.449: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.534 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.624: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.709 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.624: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.709 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.837: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.922 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.849: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.933 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.882: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.965 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.897: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.740 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.898: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.651 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.919: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.368 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.925: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.373 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.925: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.239 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:20.926: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.032 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:21.152: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.096 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:21.152: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.037 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:21.265: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.074 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:21.265: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.074 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:21.294: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.031 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:21.320: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:21.521: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:22.325: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:22.521: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:23.322: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b72

    Sep 28 02:00:23.517: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:24.318: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:00:24.517: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:25.313: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:25.513: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:26.313: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:26.514: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:26.949: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.086 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:26.950: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.087 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:27.071: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.179 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:27.071: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.154 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:27.146: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.211 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:27.146: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.218 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:27.318: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:27.349: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.407 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:27.375: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.238 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:27.394: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.028 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:27.518: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5da2a

    Sep 28 02:00:28.312: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b70

    Sep 28 02:00:28.511: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 02:00:28.789: vmx| LOADAVG: 5.86 4.12 2.09

    Sep 28 02:00:29.314: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:29.514: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:30.111: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.014 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:30.217: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.032 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:30.318: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:30.518: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:30.798: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.087 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:30.966: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.239 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:30.966: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.179 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:30.966: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.205 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:00:31.461: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808595f1

    Sep 28 02:00:31.660: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 02:00:32.458: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:32.718: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:33.524: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:33.744: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:34.542: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:34.742: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:35.546: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:35.869: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:36.663: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:00:37.058: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:37.651: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x82ea6bec

    Sep 28 02:00:38.055: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:38.651: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:00:39.045: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:39.641: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:00:40.047: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:40.643: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:41.065: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:41.639: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:42.037: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:42.639: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:43.035: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:43.636: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:44.029: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80872162

    Sep 28 02:00:44.636: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:45.057: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:45.653: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:46.031: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:46.630: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:00:47.022: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:47.618: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:48.034: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80872162

    Sep 28 02:00:48.618: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB :numIOs = 50000 numMergedIOs = 0 numSplitIOs = 0

    Sep 28 02:00:48.624: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:00:49.016: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:49.632: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:50.035: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:50.614: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:00:51.016: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:51.610: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c31e

    Sep 28 02:00:52.004: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:52.614: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:53.007: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:53.584: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf85b454

    Sep 28 02:00:53.986: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:54.604: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:54.984: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:55.584: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:55.979: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:00:56.568: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:56.969: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:57.587: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:58.265: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:58.788: vmx| LOADAVG: 5.62 4.20 2.18

    Sep 28 02:00:58.866: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5da2a

    Sep 28 02:00:59.265: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:00:59.861: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:00.261: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:00.865: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:01.265: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:01.859: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x82ea6bec

    Sep 28 02:01:02.337: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:02.928: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:03.344: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:03.928: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:04.325: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:04.921: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:05.342: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:05.954: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:06.352: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c31e

    Sep 28 02:01:06.946: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8084f346

    Sep 28 02:01:07.339: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:07.957: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:01:08.353: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80872162

    Sep 28 02:01:08.930: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:09.330: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:09.943: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:10.318: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:10.922: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:11.318: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:11.914: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:12.329: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:12.916: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c4f4

    Sep 28 02:01:13.289: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x82ea6e54

    Sep 28 02:01:13.891: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:14.305: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c31e

    Sep 28 02:01:14.882: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:15.303: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8086c7f0

    Sep 28 02:01:15.895: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088c5bc

    Sep 28 02:01:16.316: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:17.474: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:01:17.876: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:01:18.455: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:18.855: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:18.891: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.010 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:18.983: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.102 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:19.086: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.204 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:19.120: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.238 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:19.123: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.241 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:19.127: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.245 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:19.128: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.246 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:19.177: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.294 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:19.177: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.294 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:19.177: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.294 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:19.177: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.258 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:19.511: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x82ea6bec

    Sep 28 02:01:19.876: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:20.500: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:20.917: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:21.536: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a486

    Sep 28 02:01:21.937: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:22.308: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.269 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:22.368: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.328 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:22.401: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.340 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:22.479: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.404 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:22.536: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:22.536: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.294 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:22.537: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.282 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:22.624: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.258 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:22.624: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.207 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:22.883: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.435 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:22.916: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:23.020: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.482 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.113: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.566 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.239: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.692 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.380: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.734 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.429: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.759 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.520: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:23.744: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.035 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.774: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.025 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.774: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.988 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.774: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.787 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.790: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.474 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.792: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.476 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.797: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.429 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.798: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.395 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.812: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.332 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.812: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.210 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.813: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.275 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.814: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.073 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.830: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.045 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:23.912: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808583d3

    Sep 28 02:01:24.504: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40d30e

    Sep 28 02:01:24.920: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:01:25.532: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:25.924: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:26.018: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.076 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.049: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.107 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.173: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.231 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.241: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.299 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.348: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.406 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.395: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.453 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.482: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.539 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.522: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.580 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.540: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.597 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.549: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:26.670: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.727 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.670: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.727 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.805: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.861 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.873: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.752 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.940: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.809 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:26.950: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:26.993: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.802 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:27.300: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.812 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:27.300: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.608 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:27.300: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.358 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:27.300: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.355 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:27.300: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.171 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:27.300: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.160 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:27.301: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.122 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:27.804: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:28.200: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80834b4d

    Sep 28 02:01:28.784: vmx| LOADAVG: 6.47 4.49 2.33

    Sep 28 02:01:28.797: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:01:29.277: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:01:29.989: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415aa0

    Sep 28 02:01:30.226: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.037 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:30.374: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.179 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:30.374: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.095 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:30.413: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:30.556: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.244 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:30.689: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.281 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:30.748: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.272 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:30.749: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.149 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:30.749: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.149 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:30.941: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.298 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:30.988: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:31.057: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.342 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:31.100: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.368 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:31.100: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.368 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:31.101: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.344 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:31.101: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.101 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:31.102: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.101 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:31.102: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.101 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:31.102: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.071 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:31.389: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 02:01:32.012: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:32.411: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:33.088: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:01:33.405: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:34.085: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:34.389: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:34.998: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.124 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:35.008: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.134 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:35.184: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.310 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:35.222: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf8c1de9

    Sep 28 02:01:35.225: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.350 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:35.261: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.386 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:35.492: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.617 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:35.501: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:35.746: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.848 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:35.909: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.009 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:35.921: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.022 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:35.989: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.079 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:35.989: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.084 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.201: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf8c5256

    Sep 28 02:01:36.246: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.293 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.247: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.290 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.275: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.318 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.301: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.037 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.302: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.037 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.409: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.137 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.502: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:36.509: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.510 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.509: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.504 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.513: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.507 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.678: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.566 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.691: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.266 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.693: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.200 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.693: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.507 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:36.745: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.161 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:37.219: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:37.497: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:37.527: vcpu-0| DISKLIB-LIB :numIOs = 100000 numMergedIOs = 0 numSplitIOs = 0

    Sep 28 02:01:38.217: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088b310

    Sep 28 02:01:38.518: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:39.197: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:39.497: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:39.939: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.024 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:40.177: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.263 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:40.197: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:40.369: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.454 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:40.497: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:40.604: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.689 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:40.611: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.695 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:40.768: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.852 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:40.806: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.890 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:41.196: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.281 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:41.197: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:41.480: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.564 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:41.497: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:41.562: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.646 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:41.794: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.742 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:41.800: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.747 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:41.885: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.760 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:41.927: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.641 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:41.997: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.695 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:41.997: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.414 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:42.065: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.284 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:42.066: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 2.243 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:42.067: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.954 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:42.067: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.986 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:42.067: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.586 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:42.068: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.530 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:42.068: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.462 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:42.068: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.455 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:42.073: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.104 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:42.192: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:42.493: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:43.215: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 02:01:43.714: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b7b

    Sep 28 02:01:44.364: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:01:44.786: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:45.266: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:45.788: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:45.881: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.014 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.022: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.155 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.218: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.351 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.266: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:46.271: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.404 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.303: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.436 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.427: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.522 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.459: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.477 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.573: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.534 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.622: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.495 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.674: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.385 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.686: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.372 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.687: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.353 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.690: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.339 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.690: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.205 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.690: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.043 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.694: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.029 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:46.766: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808889fe

    Sep 28 02:01:47.265: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8084eaea

    Sep 28 02:01:47.761: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80868c6d

    Sep 28 02:01:48.288: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:48.766: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:49.291: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a486

    Sep 28 02:01:49.795: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:01:50.298: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:50.779: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:50.938: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.006 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:50.987: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.048 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:50.988: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.029 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.039: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.068 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.159: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.186 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.182: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.198 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.278: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:51.417: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.408 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.517: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.507 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.630: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.378 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.763: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.400 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.779: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:51.904: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.510 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.931: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.313 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.956: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.309 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.991: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.291 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:51.995: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.237 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:52.102: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.312 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:52.118: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.285 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:52.147: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.302 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:52.165: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.320 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:52.178: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.241 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:52.178: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.240 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:52.178: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.133 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:52.179: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.019 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:52.279: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5da2a

    Sep 28 02:01:52.778: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:53.883: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:54.383: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:54.905: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b60

    Sep 28 02:01:55.406: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:55.883: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:56.383: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:56.882: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db58

    Sep 28 02:01:57.386: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:57.883: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:58.419: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:58.775: vmx| LOADAVG: 5.80 4.51 2.41

    Sep 28 02:01:58.919: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:58.922: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.049 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:58.989: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.115 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.196: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.322 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.282: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.409 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.294: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.420 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.295: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.421 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.296: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.422 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.304: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.430 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.332: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.417 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.420: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:59.440: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.419 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.518: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.434 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.623: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.519 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.623: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.496 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.835: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.597 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.866: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.550 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.921: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.432 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:01:59.942: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:01:59.963: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.146 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.171: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.331 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.171: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.260 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.239: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.093 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.273: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.075 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.273: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.014 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.312: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.030 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.313: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.053 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.358: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.061 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.358: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.061 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.407: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.061 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.408: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 1.024 seconds (ok)

    Sep 28 02:02:00.424: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:00.940: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 02:02:01.444: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:01.988: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:02.590: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:03.124: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:03.623: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:04.128: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x77e62118

    Sep 28 02:02:04.632: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:05.319: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5885d

    Sep 28 02:02:05.821: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x110b61b

    Sep 28 02:02:06.339: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 02:02:06.876: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8085f2d4

    Sep 28 02:02:07.360: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x82bb4918

    Sep 28 02:02:07.866: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088f048

    Sep 28 02:02:08.378: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 02:02:08.878: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1396803

    Sep 28 02:02:09.385: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x110b610

    Sep 28 02:02:09.889: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10814f4

    Sep 28 02:02:10.389: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:10.940: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:02:11.447: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:02:11.872: vmx| VMMEM 0 1 216552 229360 229360 237568 -1 50

    Sep 28 02:02:11.872: vmx| VMMEM checked 46974 bad 0 badKey 0 badMPN 0 badCOW 0

    Sep 28 02:02:11.872: vmx| COWStats: numHints 1452 unique 4 shared 147 totalUnique 5 totalBreaks 2642

    Sep 28 02:02:11.872: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x0 count 0

    Sep 28 02:02:11.872: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x957aa21b577d56a3 count 2

    Sep 28 02:02:11.872: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x5d5d5547019d1334 count 5

    Sep 28 02:02:11.872: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x2bd8e6157e6af6d6 count 30

    Sep 28 02:02:11.872: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0xfadc7f87dc3d2da1 count 110

    Sep 28 02:02:11.872: vmx| VMMEM VM 0 min 128206 max 228046 share 199680 paged 207681 nonpaged 20365 locked 216548 cowed 147 usedPct 29

    Sep 28 02:02:11.960: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d14db

    Sep 28 02:02:12.436: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:02:12.934: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1392eac

    Sep 28 02:02:13.461: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:13.977: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:14.489: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d84c5

    Sep 28 02:02:14.989: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac579

    Sep 28 02:02:15.525: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80887bcc

    Sep 28 02:02:15.989: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:16.525: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088dd3e

    Sep 28 02:02:16.989: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d8887

    Sep 28 02:02:17.493: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:17.997: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:18.496: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x77e5bb3e

    Sep 28 02:02:19.015: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1392ef5

    Sep 28 02:02:19.513: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d84c5

    Sep 28 02:02:20.014: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac62b

    Sep 28 02:02:20.513: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d8446

    Sep 28 02:02:21.059: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:21.522: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1395f66

    Sep 28 02:02:22.017: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac552

    Sep 28 02:02:22.518: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d1464

    Sep 28 02:02:23.064: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:23.534: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13974c0

    Sep 28 02:02:24.034: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac4f8

    Sep 28 02:02:24.540: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ed

    Sep 28 02:02:25.042: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:25.576: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:26.042: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac4b5

    Sep 28 02:02:26.566: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d8881

    Sep 28 02:02:27.066: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:27.603: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:28.066: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:28.570: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:28.843: vmx| LOADAVG: 4.23 4.25 2.39

    Sep 28 02:02:29.116: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:29.679: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:02:30.083: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:30.683: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5da2a

    Sep 28 02:02:31.122: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:31.687: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:32.087: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:32.700: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:02:33.100: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:02:33.734: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a486

    Sep 28 02:02:34.137: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1395cf8

    Sep 28 02:02:34.699: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:35.107: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac74f

    Sep 28 02:02:35.742: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:36.107: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:36.708: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:37.168: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:37.736: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab145

    Sep 28 02:02:38.136: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:38.776: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:39.164: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13aada5

    Sep 28 02:02:39.844: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:40.244: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:40.848: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:41.287: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d14db

    Sep 28 02:02:41.906: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:42.447: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:43.005: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a504

    Sep 28 02:02:43.404: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13964e9

    Sep 28 02:02:44.004: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:44.416: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:02:45.048: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889597

    Sep 28 02:02:45.496: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:46.159: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 02:02:46.536: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:47.170: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d1464

    Sep 28 02:02:47.537: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:48.149: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13aada5

    Sep 28 02:02:48.593: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x47c6b3

    Sep 28 02:02:49.157: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:49.557: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:50.169: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db09

    Sep 28 02:02:50.575: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:51.321: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:51.768: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:52.333: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:52.778: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:53.379: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:53.833: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a4ee

    Sep 28 02:02:54.450: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:02:54.879: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:55.454: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac850

    Sep 28 02:02:55.854: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:56.501: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:02:56.866: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:02:57.500: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5da2a

    Sep 28 02:02:57.904: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139326d

    Sep 28 02:02:58.512: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:02:58.773: vmx| LOADAVG: 3.09 3.97 2.35

    Sep 28 02:02:58.877: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1395f7a

    Sep 28 02:02:59.647: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:00.014: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:00.735: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d146b

    Sep 28 02:03:01.171: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d888f

    Sep 28 02:03:01.769: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:02.171: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:02.803: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:03.211: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1397440

    Sep 28 02:03:03.767: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf89c3bc

    Sep 28 02:03:04.171: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:04.776: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf70dced5

    Sep 28 02:03:05.214: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:05.809: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:06.208: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf74d8006

    Sep 28 02:03:06.771: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x82ea6bec

    Sep 28 02:03:07.235: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:07.938: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13974bd

    Sep 28 02:03:08.340: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 02:03:08.909: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1399edd

    Sep 28 02:03:09.319: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1393261

    Sep 28 02:03:09.953: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:10.362: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:10.952: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf719027a

    Sep 28 02:03:11.329: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:11.993: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:03:12.480: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:13.147: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac49d

    Sep 28 02:03:13.520: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:14.132: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d1472

    Sep 28 02:03:14.532: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:03:15.162: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13d88c9

    Sep 28 02:03:15.536: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10e5ba7

    Sep 28 02:03:16.136: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x110b618

    Sep 28 02:03:16.620: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:17.236: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13973b1

    Sep 28 02:03:17.636: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab23c

    Sep 28 02:03:18.292: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:18.693: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:19.333: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58754

    Sep 28 02:03:19.741: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:03:20.339: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:20.776: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x77e5b810

    Sep 28 02:03:21.345: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:21.756: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:03:22.357: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:22.794: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:23.573: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10e5b99

    Sep 28 02:03:23.973: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:24.573: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:25.042: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139325f

    Sep 28 02:03:25.671: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139686c

    Sep 28 02:03:26.072: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:03:26.669: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:27.072: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:27.706: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:03:28.130: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:28.697: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab082

    Sep 28 02:03:28.769: vmx| LOADAVG: 3.62 4.02 2.42

    Sep 28 02:03:29.118: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:03:29.719: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139643f

    Sep 28 02:03:30.131: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac4a8

    Sep 28 02:03:30.784: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:31.146: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:31.820: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:32.218: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:32.948: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x77bc07fa

    Sep 28 02:03:33.351: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x77e5bb3e

    Sep 28 02:03:33.930: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58865

    Sep 28 02:03:34.330: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac51b

    Sep 28 02:03:34.930: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13974bd

    Sep 28 02:03:35.330: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:35.950: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:36.351: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac563

    Sep 28 02:03:36.991: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:37.390: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808651d1

    Sep 28 02:03:38.076: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80859002

    Sep 28 02:03:38.511: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80859002

    Sep 28 02:03:39.114: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80865f4d

    Sep 28 02:03:39.521: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80859002

    Sep 28 02:03:40.146: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:40.547: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:03:41.147: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a3d

    Sep 28 02:03:41.547: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:42.147: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x418d79

    Sep 28 02:03:42.547: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:43.147: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x43598c

    Sep 28 02:03:43.547: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40cdee

    Sep 28 02:03:44.147: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:44.547: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:45.147: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b1bb

    Sep 28 02:03:45.569: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x43588c

    Sep 28 02:03:46.147: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:46.569: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4287c6

    Sep 28 02:03:47.147: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:47.570: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:48.147: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:48.547: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x406518

    Sep 28 02:03:49.151: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:49.552: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x409284

    Sep 28 02:03:50.171: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:50.577: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:51.176: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808889f0

    Sep 28 02:03:51.564: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:52.180: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a588bb

    Sep 28 02:03:52.564: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:53.163: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:53.566: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:03:54.168: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:54.571: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:03:55.184: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:55.570: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:03:56.168: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c549

    Sep 28 02:03:56.568: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:57.168: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:57.568: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4359a6

    Sep 28 02:03:58.168: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:58.588: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40d01c

    Sep 28 02:03:58.768: vmx| LOADAVG: 2.64 3.75 2.38

    Sep 28 02:03:59.172: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:03:59.572: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:00.172: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:00.592: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc74

    Sep 28 02:04:01.172: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x405b56

    Sep 28 02:04:01.573: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:02.172: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:02.573: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:03.188: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:04:03.573: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40c9d2

    Sep 28 02:04:04.177: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:04.596: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40ce6a

    Sep 28 02:04:05.191: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:05.577: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357e4

    Sep 28 02:04:06.185: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:06.585: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc60

    Sep 28 02:04:07.185: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:07.585: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4359ad

    Sep 28 02:04:08.185: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:08.586: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:09.200: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:09.590: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a40

    Sep 28 02:04:10.185: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:10.604: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357d6

    Sep 28 02:04:11.185: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:11.586: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:12.190: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:12.609: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x418fcd

    Sep 28 02:04:13.190: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:13.590: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:14.190: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:14.590: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x405b38

    Sep 28 02:04:15.206: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:04:15.590: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b896

    Sep 28 02:04:16.190: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:16.607: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4359a6

    Sep 28 02:04:17.209: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:17.595: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x43599c

    Sep 28 02:04:18.194: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4287bd

    Sep 28 02:04:18.604: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40aeb2

    Sep 28 02:04:19.194: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4356c4

    Sep 28 02:04:19.605: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4359c9

    Sep 28 02:04:20.194: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:20.595: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a52

    Sep 28 02:04:21.209: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:21.610: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40cb4d

    Sep 28 02:04:22.307: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a3d

    Sep 28 02:04:22.718: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:23.322: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:23.707: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407121

    Sep 28 02:04:24.322: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:04:24.707: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x418dbf

    Sep 28 02:04:25.307: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:25.707: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc71

    Sep 28 02:04:26.325: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:04:26.718: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40daa9

    Sep 28 02:04:27.327: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:27.708: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b8a4

    Sep 28 02:04:28.315: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:28.716: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40714a

    Sep 28 02:04:28.771: vmx| LOADAVG: 2.07 3.50 2.34

    Sep 28 02:04:29.315: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:29.733: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407146

    Sep 28 02:04:30.320: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:30.720: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4287bd

    Sep 28 02:04:31.335: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:31.720: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435899

    Sep 28 02:04:32.324: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:32.728: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40cd8d

    Sep 28 02:04:33.332: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:33.732: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x406f3b

    Sep 28 02:04:34.347: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:34.732: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357f3

    Sep 28 02:04:35.332: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:35.743: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:36.332: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:36.732: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40cd91

    Sep 28 02:04:37.332: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:37.743: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc56

    Sep 28 02:04:38.332: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:38.733: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4359a6

    Sep 28 02:04:39.332: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:39.733: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40db29

    Sep 28 02:04:40.349: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:40.733: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:41.333: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088dcf4

    Sep 28 02:04:41.733: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435973

    Sep 28 02:04:42.348: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:42.733: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4287f2

    Sep 28 02:04:43.333: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:43.733: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4359a9

    Sep 28 02:04:44.333: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:44.734: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4287d5

    Sep 28 02:04:45.337: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x43589c

    Sep 28 02:04:45.737: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357a0

    Sep 28 02:04:46.337: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:04:46.747: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:47.337: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:47.742: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5da2a

    Sep 28 02:04:48.337: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:48.737: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4356ca

    Sep 28 02:04:49.337: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407151

    Sep 28 02:04:49.738: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc7f

    Sep 28 02:04:50.342: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:50.742: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc71

    Sep 28 02:04:51.365: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435952

    Sep 28 02:04:51.759: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:52.350: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:52.750: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc80

    Sep 28 02:04:53.349: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:53.750: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a52

    Sep 28 02:04:54.351: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:54.761: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a46

    Sep 28 02:04:55.350: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:55.761: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4287f2

    Sep 28 02:04:56.365: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c505

    Sep 28 02:04:56.752: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4190f2

    Sep 28 02:04:57.350: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:57.756: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:58.350: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407108

    Sep 28 02:04:58.765: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:04:58.774: vmx| LOADAVG: 1.72 3.28 2.30

    Sep 28 02:04:59.369: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:04:59.771: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4359ad

    Sep 28 02:05:00.369: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:00.764: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:01.354: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5885d

    Sep 28 02:05:01.759: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435991

    Sep 28 02:05:02.358: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:02.760: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:05:03.373: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58865

    Sep 28 02:05:03.770: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc80

    Sep 28 02:05:04.373: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:04.759: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:05.373: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40d127

    Sep 28 02:05:05.759: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8085828d

    Sep 28 02:05:06.359: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:06.759: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:07.360: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:07.769: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:08.375: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:08.763: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x428787

    Sep 28 02:05:09.363: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:09.775: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x43599c

    Sep 28 02:05:10.367: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:10.779: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 02:05:11.367: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:11.781: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4359ad

    Sep 28 02:05:12.083: vmx| VMMEM 0 1 216098 229360 229360 237568 -1 50

    Sep 28 02:05:12.083: vmx| VMMEM checked 55566 bad 0 badKey 0 badMPN 0 badCOW 0

    Sep 28 02:05:12.083: vmx| COWStats: numHints 1797 unique 4 shared 188 totalUnique 5 totalBreaks 2666

    Sep 28 02:05:12.083: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x0 count 0

    Sep 28 02:05:12.083: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x957aa21b577d56a3 count 3

    Sep 28 02:05:12.083: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x5d5d5547019d1334 count 5

    Sep 28 02:05:12.083: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x2bd8e6157e6af6d6 count 64

    Sep 28 02:05:12.083: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0xfadc7f87dc3d2da1 count 116

    Sep 28 02:05:12.083: vmx| VMMEM VM 0 min 127592 max 227432 share 199680 paged 207681 nonpaged 19751 locked 216094 cowed 188 usedPct 29

    Sep 28 02:05:12.383: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x405b98

    Sep 28 02:05:12.772: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357d6

    Sep 28 02:05:13.371: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:13.773: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40f3e1

    Sep 28 02:05:14.383: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:14.782: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b894

    Sep 28 02:05:15.384: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:15.772: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x409167

    Sep 28 02:05:16.384: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:16.782: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4059db

    Sep 28 02:05:17.371: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:17.783: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b8a6

    Sep 28 02:05:18.372: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:18.772: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:05:19.388: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:19.786: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:20.376: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c549

    Sep 28 02:05:20.777: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:05:21.388: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:21.776: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a4c

    Sep 28 02:05:22.387: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40cd76

    Sep 28 02:05:22.786: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40cbf8

    Sep 28 02:05:23.376: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:23.776: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x43599f

    Sep 28 02:05:24.389: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:24.777: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4287f2

    Sep 28 02:05:25.376: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:25.777: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40d2c1

    Sep 28 02:05:26.376: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:26.777: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x406512

    Sep 28 02:05:27.388: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc71

    Sep 28 02:05:27.776: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:28.377: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:28.776: vmx| LOADAVG: 1.44 3.06 2.26

    Sep 28 02:05:28.778: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x42876a

    Sep 28 02:05:29.377: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:29.777: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:30.377: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:30.777: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40aedc

    Sep 28 02:05:31.377: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40aecf

    Sep 28 02:05:31.777: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:32.377: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5da2a

    Sep 28 02:05:32.778: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:33.377: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:33.788: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40d05a

    Sep 28 02:05:34.377: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:34.787: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:35.381: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:35.781: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435757

    Sep 28 02:05:36.381: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:36.781: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:37.381: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357c4

    Sep 28 02:05:37.781: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x428795

    Sep 28 02:05:38.393: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:38.781: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:39.393: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:39.782: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40d384

    Sep 28 02:05:40.382: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:40.783: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357e4

    Sep 28 02:05:41.382: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:41.782: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:42.382: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:42.783: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x43599c

    Sep 28 02:05:43.390: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357c4

    Sep 28 02:05:43.802: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:05:44.394: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x418d6b

    Sep 28 02:05:44.807: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:05:45.398: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:45.799: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58bc0

    Sep 28 02:05:46.398: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40cb4d

    Sep 28 02:05:46.798: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:05:47.398: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a588bb

    Sep 28 02:05:47.799: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4359ad

    Sep 28 02:05:48.411: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c549

    Sep 28 02:05:48.799: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4067a5

    Sep 28 02:05:49.414: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 02:05:49.802: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:05:50.410: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b894

    Sep 28 02:05:50.823: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:05:51.415: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a588bb

    Sep 28 02:05:51.826: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435991

    Sep 28 02:05:52.414: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:52.815: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357df

    Sep 28 02:05:53.418: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:53.819: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x409208

    Sep 28 02:05:54.418: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:54.821: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40cc16

    Sep 28 02:05:55.432: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:55.819: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357c4

    Sep 28 02:05:56.431: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4287bd

    Sep 28 02:05:56.819: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c549

    Sep 28 02:05:57.419: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:05:57.819: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x418dcd

    Sep 28 02:05:58.422: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:05:58.778: vmx| LOADAVG: 1.26 2.86 2.21

    Sep 28 02:05:58.831: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x406206

    Sep 28 02:05:59.419: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c549

    Sep 28 02:05:59.830: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:00.419: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5885d

    Sep 28 02:06:00.819: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:01.423: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:01.834: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b894

    Sep 28 02:06:02.423: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:02.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc81

    Sep 28 02:06:03.435: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b21e

    Sep 28 02:06:03.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:04.436: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:04.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b896

    Sep 28 02:06:05.423: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bdaa

    Sep 28 02:06:05.825: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc71

    Sep 28 02:06:06.436: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:06.835: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:07.424: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c549

    Sep 28 02:06:07.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bd9f

    Sep 28 02:06:08.424: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:08.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc7f

    Sep 28 02:06:09.424: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:09.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40aed1

    Sep 28 02:06:10.424: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40e21b

    Sep 28 02:06:10.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:11.436: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:11.825: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415b1c

    Sep 28 02:06:12.424: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40d131

    Sep 28 02:06:12.825: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:13.424: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40cbfa

    Sep 28 02:06:13.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc7f

    Sep 28 02:06:14.424: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:06:14.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:15.425: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4359a6

    Sep 28 02:06:15.836: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc6b

    Sep 28 02:06:16.424: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:16.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x406be4

    Sep 28 02:06:17.424: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:17.826: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc6f

    Sep 28 02:06:18.424: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:18.825: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:19.425: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:19.825: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:20.438: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:20.824: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4356ee

    Sep 28 02:06:21.425: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 02:06:21.835: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:22.425: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:22.837: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58bc0

    Sep 28 02:06:23.425: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:06:23.825: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80939395

    Sep 28 02:06:24.425: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357c4

    Sep 28 02:06:24.826: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58bc0

    Sep 28 02:06:25.427: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:25.836: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:26.437: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc8c

    Sep 28 02:06:26.825: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a4c

    Sep 28 02:06:27.438: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4357d6

    Sep 28 02:06:27.825: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf864e4d

    Sep 28 02:06:28.429: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40cd89

    Sep 28 02:06:28.781: vmx| LOADAVG: 1.52 2.76 2.20

    Sep 28 02:06:28.843: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x43589c

    Sep 28 02:06:29.430: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:29.830: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:30.444: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:30.844: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:31.430: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b894

    Sep 28 02:06:31.830: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a4f

    Sep 28 02:06:32.430: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:32.850: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b8a5

    Sep 28 02:06:33.464: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:33.851: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4191c2

    Sep 28 02:06:34.450: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:34.850: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:35.464: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:35.865: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407321

    Sep 28 02:06:36.450: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:36.852: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4287bd

    Sep 28 02:06:37.451: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:37.851: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x405b2c

    Sep 28 02:06:38.451: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:38.852: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:39.451: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bc6f

    Sep 28 02:06:39.863: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:40.465: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:40.852: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:06:41.451: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:41.851: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a4f

    Sep 28 02:06:42.451: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:42.852: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40b136

    Sep 28 02:06:43.451: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:43.853: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40bdac

    Sep 28 02:06:44.465: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:44.866: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x435a46

    Sep 28 02:06:45.452: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:45.865: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80868e86

    Sep 28 02:06:46.452: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:46.852: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:47.452: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:06:47.853: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088c5bc

    Sep 28 02:06:48.452: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088c678

    Sep 28 02:06:48.852: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1081483

    Sep 28 02:06:49.484: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:49.858: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41c21da

    Sep 28 02:06:50.495: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:50.889: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4100794

    Sep 28 02:06:51.465: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x417ee82

    Sep 28 02:06:51.862: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x419622c

    Sep 28 02:06:52.467: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x418be3f

    Sep 28 02:06:52.866: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:06:53.465: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:06:53.902: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41c1fa0

    Sep 28 02:06:54.465: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x419dd18

    Sep 28 02:06:54.878: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:55.531: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4101782

    Sep 28 02:06:55.881: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:56.482: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1081483

    Sep 28 02:06:56.883: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415a3b1

    Sep 28 02:06:57.482: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:57.883: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1393261

    Sep 28 02:06:58.541: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:06:58.781: vmx| LOADAVG: 1.62 2.66 2.18

    Sep 28 02:06:58.931: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41945f4

    Sep 28 02:06:59.486: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 02:06:59.932: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40e400b

    Sep 28 02:07:00.487: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:07:00.932: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40ed6ed

    Sep 28 02:07:01.489: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:07:01.887: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf44b2

    Sep 28 02:07:02.487: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf4093

    Sep 28 02:07:02.930: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bef87e

    Sep 28 02:07:03.544: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1392ece

    Sep 28 02:07:03.887: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:07:04.543: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58754

    Sep 28 02:07:04.934: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:07:05.793: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4194602

    Sep 28 02:07:06.137: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bef9b6

    Sep 28 02:07:06.736: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:07:07.135: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410170a

    Sep 28 02:07:07.791: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:07:08.139: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4193a4b

    Sep 28 02:07:08.739: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4104779

    Sep 28 02:07:09.142: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40ed765

    Sep 28 02:07:09.798: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808897ac

    Sep 28 02:07:10.189: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40e40f5

    Sep 28 02:07:10.746: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:07:11.200: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:07:11.752: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:07:12.146: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac6f4

    Sep 28 02:07:12.749: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1396619

    Sep 28 02:07:13.152: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40e3e4a

    Sep 28 02:07:13.751: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf815345

    Sep 28 02:07:14.164: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:07:14.813: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x419372d

    Sep 28 02:07:15.156: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:07:15.810: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c8285ec

    Sep 28 02:07:16.159: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41040db

    Sep 28 02:07:16.769: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40e3d58

    Sep 28 02:07:17.160: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41f674

    Sep 28 02:07:17.760: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:07:18.160: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41051ad

    Sep 28 02:07:18.761: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:07:19.247: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:07:19.801: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4100794

    Sep 28 02:07:20.200: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4104060

    Sep 28 02:07:20.802: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x419645f

    Sep 28 02:07:21.224: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1c4c

    Sep 28 02:07:21.825: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab159

    Sep 28 02:07:22.224: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf4163

    Sep 28 02:07:22.829: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40e3fa6

    Sep 28 02:07:23.272: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41989c9

    Sep 28 02:07:23.887: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:07:24.281: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088dcf4

    Sep 28 02:07:24.846: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:07:25.247: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:07:25.845: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x18048cd

    Sep 28 02:07:26.252: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40fddf3

    Sep 28 02:07:26.859: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bef978

    Sep 28 02:07:27.257: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:07:27.919: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x417965a

    Sep 28 02:07:28.265: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41007c1

    Sep 28 02:07:28.779: vmx| LOADAVG: 2.00 2.64 2.19

    Sep 28 02:07:28.918: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4104102

    Sep 28 02:07:29.348: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c31e

    Sep 28 02:07:29.902: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf44ef

    Sep 28 02:07:30.402: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:07:30.901: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1393252

    Sep 28 02:07:31.473: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4234111

    Sep 28 02:07:32.013: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415a395

    Sep 28 02:07:32.546: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40eb72e

    Sep 28 02:07:33.069: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x419bbd3

    Sep 28 02:07:34.015: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:07:34.592: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:07:35.039: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x77e61a0e

    Sep 28 02:07:35.738: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:07:36.127: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4104102

    Sep 28 02:07:36.827: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf44d0

    Sep 28 02:07:37.175: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac4ad

    Sep 28 02:07:37.970: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac46d

    Sep 28 02:07:38.270: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808895a7

    Sep 28 02:07:38.970: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41b093e

    Sep 28 02:07:39.321: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40ed4bf

    Sep 28 02:07:39.978: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c4a6

    Sep 28 02:07:40.279: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac52d

    Sep 28 02:07:40.979: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:07:41.279: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:07:42.041: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x417ef22

    Sep 28 02:07:42.283: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x417965a

    Sep 28 02:07:42.982: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4101700

    Sep 28 02:07:43.332: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x415a32b

    Sep 28 02:07:44.037: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4201b2b

    Sep 28 02:07:44.331: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:07:44.984: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4101890

    Sep 28 02:07:45.287: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4105275

    Sep 28 02:07:45.988: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139658f

    Sep 28 02:07:46.288: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:07:47.001: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab2fc

    Sep 28 02:07:47.298: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:07:48.055: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac567

    Sep 28 02:07:48.303: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac443

    Sep 28 02:07:49.055: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40e3f19

    Sep 28 02:07:49.304: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x418e286

    Sep 28 02:07:50.004: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1397381

    Sep 28 02:07:50.304: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40e4348

    Sep 28 02:07:51.061: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bef964

    Sep 28 02:07:51.360: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:07:52.064: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4100880

    Sep 28 02:07:52.364: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40e4150

    Sep 28 02:07:53.064: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x417ee6b

    Sep 28 02:07:53.364: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:07:54.065: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40ed8df

    Sep 28 02:07:54.364: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40ed3c4

    Sep 28 02:07:55.092: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:07:55.384: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x417965a

    Sep 28 02:07:56.084: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac7ed

    Sep 28 02:07:56.384: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x417968d

    Sep 28 02:07:57.084: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:07:57.385: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:07:58.085: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:07:58.385: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41b013a

    Sep 28 02:07:58.780: vmx| LOADAVG: 2.42 2.69 2.22

    Sep 28 02:07:59.083: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:07:59.385: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41a1f4c

    Sep 28 02:08:00.145: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:08:00.645: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x417965a

    Sep 28 02:08:01.164: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:08:01.712: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4104045

    Sep 28 02:08:02.165: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40ed69f

    Sep 28 02:08:02.666: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40fde13

    Sep 28 02:08:03.165: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x181aa75

    Sep 28 02:08:03.715: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:08:04.178: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41004d4

    Sep 28 02:08:04.678: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410175a

    Sep 28 02:08:05.178: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf44b2

    Sep 28 02:08:05.726: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:08:06.233: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1819bae

    Sep 28 02:08:06.678: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40e41c1

    Sep 28 02:08:07.182: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf448c

    Sep 28 02:08:07.683: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4100811

    Sep 28 02:08:08.238: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41f674

    Sep 28 02:08:08.682: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:08:09.182: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x82ea6bec

    Sep 28 02:08:09.856: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1c38

    Sep 28 02:08:10.363: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1396019

    Sep 28 02:08:10.862: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10013a14

    Sep 28 02:08:11.416: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1819bae

    Sep 28 02:08:11.913: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40ed8aa

    Sep 28 02:08:12.198: vmx| VMMEM 0 1 216321 229360 229360 237568 -1 50

    Sep 28 02:08:12.198: vmx| VMMEM checked 64174 bad 0 badKey 0 badMPN 0 badCOW 0

    Sep 28 02:08:12.198: vmx| COWStats: numHints 2093 unique 5 shared 264 totalUnique 6 totalBreaks 2720

    Sep 28 02:08:12.198: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x6224fb0719edfa0a count 2

    Sep 28 02:08:12.198: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x957aa21b577d56a3 count 3

    Sep 28 02:08:12.198: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x5d5d5547019d1334 count 5

    Sep 28 02:08:12.198: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x2bd8e6157e6af6d6 count 125

    Sep 28 02:08:12.198: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0xfadc7f87dc3d2da1 count 129

    Sep 28 02:08:12.198: vmx| VMMEM VM 0 min 127647 max 227487 share 199680 paged 207681 nonpaged 19806 locked 216316 cowed 264 usedPct 39

    Sep 28 02:08:12.419: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:08:12.919: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4104532

    Sep 28 02:08:13.419: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4201b35

    Sep 28 02:08:13.939: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x418e286

    Sep 28 02:08:14.482: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bef87e

    Sep 28 02:08:14.985: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80859002

    Sep 28 02:08:15.485: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:16.083: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41ba3e9

    Sep 28 02:08:16.483: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab15d

    Sep 28 02:08:17.083: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:17.484: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4100794

    Sep 28 02:08:18.172: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:08:18.572: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:08:19.172: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41a313f

    Sep 28 02:08:19.589: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab369

    Sep 28 02:08:20.242: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:08:20.599: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:21.196: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x419894d

    Sep 28 02:08:21.597: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41a3140

    Sep 28 02:08:22.197: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac94a

    Sep 28 02:08:22.596: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab159

    Sep 28 02:08:23.202: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x418bfd7

    Sep 28 02:08:23.601: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:08:24.237: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:24.693: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab180

    Sep 28 02:08:25.282: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41ba59e

    Sep 28 02:08:25.633: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:08:26.282: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:08:26.637: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41b2789

    Sep 28 02:08:27.287: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:08:27.639: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4100794

    Sep 28 02:08:28.237: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40fde13

    Sep 28 02:08:28.638: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40ed81a

    Sep 28 02:08:28.777: vmx| LOADAVG: 2.73 2.73 2.25

    Sep 28 02:08:29.242: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40fdc74

    Sep 28 02:08:29.684: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x181aa02

    Sep 28 02:08:30.237: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a4ee

    Sep 28 02:08:30.689: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:08:31.283: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:31.689: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:08:32.234: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41c1744

    Sep 28 02:08:32.635: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41a3134

    Sep 28 02:08:33.239: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088386d

    Sep 28 02:08:33.636: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:08:34.294: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:08:34.639: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80829e81

    Sep 28 02:08:35.289: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:35.701: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:36.293: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:08:36.643: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1c38

    Sep 28 02:08:37.248: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:37.647: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:08:38.295: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:08:38.695: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:08:39.283: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10814a8

    Sep 28 02:08:39.696: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:08:40.283: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088df97

    Sep 28 02:08:40.701: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db58

    Sep 28 02:08:41.284: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088c5bc

    Sep 28 02:08:41.685: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1c4c

    Sep 28 02:08:42.326: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:08:42.713: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6492

    Sep 28 02:08:43.284: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:08:43.685: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x413fe31

    Sep 28 02:08:44.284: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:08:44.684: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407d3c4

    Sep 28 02:08:45.345: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:08:45.689: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:46.293: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1392f3b

    Sep 28 02:08:46.737: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1bcd

    Sep 28 02:08:47.296: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x418f70f

    Sep 28 02:08:47.696: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10814a8

    Sep 28 02:08:48.297: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407d580

    Sep 28 02:08:48.697: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:49.296: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4109665

    Sep 28 02:08:49.742: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x408db80

    Sep 28 02:08:50.297: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10042010

    Sep 28 02:08:50.698: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6335

    Sep 28 02:08:51.297: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:08:51.697: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x408de4a

    Sep 28 02:08:52.297: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c8285e8

    Sep 28 02:08:52.697: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13974de

    Sep 28 02:08:53.305: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac5a0

    Sep 28 02:08:53.705: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1083420

    Sep 28 02:08:54.309: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4090811

    Sep 28 02:08:54.709: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407d4a4

    Sep 28 02:08:55.309: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6478

    Sep 28 02:08:55.711: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:08:56.311: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4094d81

    Sep 28 02:08:56.710: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c828c1c

    Sep 28 02:08:57.309: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x412454e

    Sep 28 02:08:57.710: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1397445

    Sep 28 02:08:58.310: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40908b1

    Sep 28 02:08:58.710: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1819c53

    Sep 28 02:08:58.773: vmx| LOADAVG: 2.63 2.71 2.26

    Sep 28 02:08:59.311: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x408ddcf

    Sep 28 02:08:59.710: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1c38

    Sep 28 02:09:00.311: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1819aa4

    Sep 28 02:09:00.710: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x18048cd

    Sep 28 02:09:01.312: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4133140

    Sep 28 02:09:01.711: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:02.311: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41f674

    Sep 28 02:09:02.710: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:09:03.315: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10814a8

    Sep 28 02:09:03.716: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab310

    Sep 28 02:09:04.315: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4124459

    Sep 28 02:09:04.718: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:05.328: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13aadde

    Sep 28 02:09:05.728: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf60f3

    Sep 28 02:09:06.375: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:06.729: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d63af

    Sep 28 02:09:07.328: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4131598

    Sep 28 02:09:07.728: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6363

    Sep 28 02:09:08.331: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40908b1

    Sep 28 02:09:08.727: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:09.328: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40908bd

    Sep 28 02:09:09.729: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 02:09:10.328: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf6293

    Sep 28 02:09:10.770: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:09:11.378: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf171e

    Sep 28 02:09:11.728: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407d417

    Sep 28 02:09:12.376: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d63c8

    Sep 28 02:09:12.728: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:09:13.378: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:09:13.728: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab300

    Sep 28 02:09:14.380: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4191a10

    Sep 28 02:09:14.728: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:09:15.328: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:09:15.772: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac61f

    Sep 28 02:09:16.394: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:09:16.792: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:09:17.352: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:09:17.796: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4073d91

    Sep 28 02:09:18.354: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410965a

    Sep 28 02:09:18.801: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410965a

    Sep 28 02:09:19.412: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:09:19.768: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410965d

    Sep 28 02:09:20.360: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x409086d

    Sep 28 02:09:20.805: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x181a993

    Sep 28 02:09:21.413: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:09:21.766: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1803c64

    Sep 28 02:09:22.369: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:09:22.773: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d639a

    Sep 28 02:09:23.373: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10814c0

    Sep 28 02:09:23.814: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1392f00

    Sep 28 02:09:24.374: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:09:24.773: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b58e0

    Sep 28 02:09:25.373: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:25.818: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:09:26.373: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808897e6

    Sep 28 02:09:26.774: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf16c2

    Sep 28 02:09:27.374: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407d6b0

    Sep 28 02:09:27.774: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:28.378: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13aadd5

    Sep 28 02:09:28.773: vmx| LOADAVG: 2.58 2.69 2.26

    Sep 28 02:09:28.778: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:09:29.383: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d63d9

    Sep 28 02:09:29.779: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac52d

    Sep 28 02:09:30.435: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x82ea6e54

    Sep 28 02:09:30.782: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac42a

    Sep 28 02:09:31.382: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x408de10

    Sep 28 02:09:31.783: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab159

    Sep 28 02:09:32.382: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4094e65

    Sep 28 02:09:32.782: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808b5739

    Sep 28 02:09:33.398: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41f674

    Sep 28 02:09:33.798: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80834aee

    Sep 28 02:09:34.398: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf16b9

    Sep 28 02:09:34.843: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c8285ec

    Sep 28 02:09:35.398: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13968a0

    Sep 28 02:09:35.803: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:36.522: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6391

    Sep 28 02:09:36.908: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80843d02

    Sep 28 02:09:37.602: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:09:38.002: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8084eade

    Sep 28 02:09:38.603: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:39.007: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088c5bc

    Sep 28 02:09:39.603: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6318

    Sep 28 02:09:40.004: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4090861

    Sep 28 02:09:40.612: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c8285ec

    Sep 28 02:09:41.055: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:09:41.611: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:42.011: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:42.776: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:43.218: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5c4be

    Sep 28 02:09:43.819: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5da2a

    Sep 28 02:09:44.219: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4094e05

    Sep 28 02:09:44.927: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1bda

    Sep 28 02:09:45.286: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:09:45.887: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:46.300: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:09:46.944: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:09:47.516: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:09:48.163: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80865972

    Sep 28 02:09:48.528: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13973be

    Sep 28 02:09:49.134: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139748c

    Sep 28 02:09:49.569: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4090794

    Sep 28 02:09:50.128: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80834ae2

    Sep 28 02:09:50.532: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139670c

    Sep 28 02:09:51.407: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:09:51.751: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:09:52.356: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:09:52.801: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac494

    Sep 28 02:09:53.369: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6474

    Sep 28 02:09:53.769: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13964a5

    Sep 28 02:09:54.745: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x77e424de

    Sep 28 02:09:55.145: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac57e

    Sep 28 02:09:56.028: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13aade5

    Sep 28 02:09:56.423: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf1789

    Sep 28 02:09:56.982: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:09:57.626: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:09:58.051: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:09:58.670: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 02:09:58.771: vmx| LOADAVG: 2.43 2.64 2.26

    Sep 28 02:09:59.070: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:09:59.722: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13974e2

    Sep 28 02:10:00.123: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1081483

    Sep 28 02:10:00.811: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1819b52

    Sep 28 02:10:01.169: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf8cb360

    Sep 28 02:10:01.778: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d633e

    Sep 28 02:10:02.186: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10814cf

    Sep 28 02:10:02.832: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1c15

    Sep 28 02:10:03.186: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x18048c9

    Sep 28 02:10:03.787: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:04.224: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410968d

    Sep 28 02:10:04.826: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:10:05.230: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40747de

    Sep 28 02:10:05.836: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf171e

    Sep 28 02:10:06.238: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:10:06.907: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:10:07.306: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c8285ec

    Sep 28 02:10:07.906: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088d763

    Sep 28 02:10:08.308: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80971733

    Sep 28 02:10:09.184: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:09.383: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:10:10.210: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40916fd

    Sep 28 02:10:10.459: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139748c

    Sep 28 02:10:11.243: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1081483

    Sep 28 02:10:11.443: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x412461f

    Sep 28 02:10:12.247: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x408dd64

    Sep 28 02:10:12.459: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:10:13.263: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x408dca5

    Sep 28 02:10:13.467: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1393277

    Sep 28 02:10:14.283: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40746f0

    Sep 28 02:10:14.483: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4094102

    Sep 28 02:10:15.338: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:10:15.546: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac89c

    Sep 28 02:10:16.386: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x181aa02

    Sep 28 02:10:16.625: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4090780

    Sep 28 02:10:17.384: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410ae23

    Sep 28 02:10:17.584: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40907bc

    Sep 28 02:10:18.384: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:10:18.636: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c8285ec

    Sep 28 02:10:19.388: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4073ff5

    Sep 28 02:10:19.588: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410af15

    Sep 28 02:10:20.389: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab11c

    Sep 28 02:10:20.588: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x413313f

    Sep 28 02:10:21.431: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40740cb

    Sep 28 02:10:21.588: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:22.388: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6363

    Sep 28 02:10:22.638: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1803b78

    Sep 28 02:10:23.466: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:10:23.621: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4094d81

    Sep 28 02:10:24.502: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:10:24.703: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4109665

    Sep 28 02:10:25.535: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:10:25.742: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x413313f

    Sep 28 02:10:26.546: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6474

    Sep 28 02:10:26.803: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13960a3

    Sep 28 02:10:27.703: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808895be

    Sep 28 02:10:27.862: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d62f7

    Sep 28 02:10:28.666: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808889f8

    Sep 28 02:10:28.772: vmx| LOADAVG: 3.27 2.84 2.34

    Sep 28 02:10:28.916: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:10:29.666: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:10:29.916: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:30.669: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4073ceb

    Sep 28 02:10:30.871: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1803c61

    Sep 28 02:10:31.826: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:10:31.974: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:10:32.810: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4124310

    Sep 28 02:10:33.010: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:10:33.869: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:34.022: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:34.871: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:35.065: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:10:35.842: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:36.102: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1397381

    Sep 28 02:10:36.858: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1c93

    Sep 28 02:10:37.055: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x412f781

    Sep 28 02:10:37.855: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58853

    Sep 28 02:10:38.055: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbff6ab9b

    Sep 28 02:10:38.941: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:39.141: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4090834

    Sep 28 02:10:40.123: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1c15

    Sep 28 02:10:40.283: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410c253

    Sep 28 02:10:41.292: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:10:41.451: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:10:42.396: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:10:42.659: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:10:43.479: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4109724

    Sep 28 02:10:43.730: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac8a8

    Sep 28 02:10:44.475: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c826f4b

    Sep 28 02:10:44.676: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139859c

    Sep 28 02:10:45.480: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80994788

    Sep 28 02:10:45.680: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac681

    Sep 28 02:10:46.480: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:10:46.680: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:10:47.484: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d63ce

    Sep 28 02:10:47.684: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1394d6e

    Sep 28 02:10:48.527: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407d544

    Sep 28 02:10:48.704: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410968d

    Sep 28 02:10:49.524: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1bc4

    Sep 28 02:10:49.727: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13aaee1

    Sep 28 02:10:50.525: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139e5c1

    Sep 28 02:10:50.806: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:10:51.561: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6474

    Sep 28 02:10:51.762: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41f674

    Sep 28 02:10:52.569: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4095344

    Sep 28 02:10:52.857: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x410968d

    Sep 28 02:10:53.657: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:10:53.859: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4109715

    Sep 28 02:10:54.658: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:10:54.858: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d63bf

    Sep 28 02:10:55.700: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d63fe

    Sep 28 02:10:55.904: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41096ca

    Sep 28 02:10:56.658: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4090b54

    Sep 28 02:10:56.862: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4191a10

    Sep 28 02:10:57.661: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:57.859: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:10:58.660: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:58.773: vmx| LOADAVG: 3.14 2.85 2.36

    Sep 28 02:10:58.859: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:10:59.663: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:10:59.864: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80831288

    Sep 28 02:11:00.703: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4090a44

    Sep 28 02:11:00.921: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:11:01.678: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4094037

    Sep 28 02:11:01.879: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:11:02.685: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:11:02.884: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407d3f6

    Sep 28 02:11:03.690: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139787d

    Sep 28 02:11:03.892: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:11:04.690: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41f674

    Sep 28 02:11:04.892: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40907cd

    Sep 28 02:11:05.738: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:11:05.941: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808651d1

    Sep 28 02:11:06.703: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13974c0

    Sep 28 02:11:06.955: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:11:07.753: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:11:07.956: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13aaf23

    Sep 28 02:11:08.759: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41157bc

    Sep 28 02:11:08.960: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4123829

    Sep 28 02:11:09.767: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:11:09.969: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:11:10.820: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4114083

    Sep 28 02:11:10.972: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13aae75

    Sep 28 02:11:11.820: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088c5bc

    Sep 28 02:11:11.976: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:11:12.443: vmx| VMMEM 0 1 216490 229360 229360 237568 -1 50

    Sep 28 02:11:12.443: vmx| VMMEM checked 72750 bad 0 badKey 0 badMPN 0 badCOW 0

    Sep 28 02:11:12.443: vmx| COWStats: numHints 2610 unique 12 shared 213 totalUnique 14 totalBreaks 2833

    Sep 28 02:11:12.443: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x3305581ed073edb0 count 3

    Sep 28 02:11:12.443: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x957aa21b577d56a3 count 3

    Sep 28 02:11:12.443: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x5d5d5547019d1334 count 5

    Sep 28 02:11:12.443: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0x2bd8e6157e6af6d6 count 47

    Sep 28 02:11:12.443: vmx| COWStats Hot Page: hash 0xfadc7f87dc3d2da1 count 142

    Sep 28 02:11:12.444: vmx| VMMEM VM 0 min 127657 max 227497 share 199680 paged 207681 nonpaged 19816 locked 216478 cowed 213 usedPct 32

    Sep 28 02:11:12.777: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:11:12.976: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:11:13.778: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41313d6

    Sep 28 02:11:14.027: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:11:14.865: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x18203d3

    Sep 28 02:11:15.121: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab2f9

    Sep 28 02:11:15.876: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:11:16.077: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889c4e

    Sep 28 02:11:16.877: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:11:17.077: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac80d

    Sep 28 02:11:17.880: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf169b

    Sep 28 02:11:18.077: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf1692

    Sep 28 02:11:18.922: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139326d

    Sep 28 02:11:19.133: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c8285ec

    Sep 28 02:11:19.919: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:11:20.077: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x77e41ea6

    Sep 28 02:11:20.879: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1397a50

    Sep 28 02:11:21.077: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:11:21.887: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:11:22.150: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:11:22.885: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:11:23.085: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10814a2

    Sep 28 02:11:23.956: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:11:24.109: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x17e1c22

    Sep 28 02:11:24.914: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:11:25.116: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8083a8f9

    Sep 28 02:11:25.921: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1398758

    Sep 28 02:11:26.122: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1398bcd

    Sep 28 02:11:26.968: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4123707

    Sep 28 02:11:27.126: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:11:27.930: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1803b78

    Sep 28 02:11:28.134: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:11:28.773: vmx| LOADAVG: 2.83 2.80 2.36

    Sep 28 02:11:28.934: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:11:29.135: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1392f3c

    Sep 28 02:11:29.934: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8085f2cc

    Sep 28 02:11:30.184: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4094746

    Sep 28 02:11:30.934: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d63d9

    Sep 28 02:11:31.134: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4094d81

    Sep 28 02:11:31.934: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13aaf27

    Sep 28 02:11:32.134: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c8285ec

    Sep 28 02:11:32.934: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8084985f

    Sep 28 02:11:33.134: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1392ef0

    Sep 28 02:11:33.934: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6471

    Sep 28 02:11:34.188: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088968c

    Sep 28 02:11:34.980: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ab067

    Sep 28 02:11:35.185: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407b922

    Sep 28 02:11:35.939: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:11:36.139: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d63d9

    Sep 28 02:11:36.939: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:11:37.139: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41f674

    Sep 28 02:11:37.944: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a58754

    Sep 28 02:11:38.193: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:11:38.987: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808895be

    Sep 28 02:11:39.196: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41211ec

    Sep 28 02:11:39.993: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:11:40.381: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:11:41.248: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf6425340

    Sep 28 02:11:41.255: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088c5bc

    Sep 28 02:11:42.247: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x412f3e5

    Sep 28 02:11:42.248: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80a5a3c6

    Sep 28 02:11:43.248: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:11:43.298: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf1646

    Sep 28 02:11:44.332: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x7c8285ec

    Sep 28 02:11:44.337: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x18045bd

    Sep 28 02:11:45.248: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d63ce

    Sep 28 02:11:45.248: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:11:46.252: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088dfd7

    Sep 28 02:11:46.301: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x139603e

    Sep 28 02:11:47.256: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:11:47.256: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4090811

    Sep 28 02:11:48.256: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:11:48.308: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db58

    Sep 28 02:11:49.256: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4133ed2

    Sep 28 02:11:49.300: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x13ac5b4

    Sep 28 02:11:50.256: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:11:50.257: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf626c

    Sep 28 02:11:51.316: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:11:51.361: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:11:52.357: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xbf89c7b0

    Sep 28 02:11:52.358: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d63ed

    Sep 28 02:11:53.579: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x808721ee

    Sep 28 02:11:53.686: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889621

    Sep 28 02:11:54.538: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf727eaa0

    Sep 28 02:11:54.637: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf1734

    Sep 28 02:11:55.540: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:11:55.638: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:11:56.545: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x407d694

    Sep 28 02:11:56.696: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088db3a

    Sep 28 02:11:57.545: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40946d0

    Sep 28 02:11:57.645: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4156721

    Sep 28 02:11:58.593: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x413313f

    Sep 28 02:11:58.649: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:11:58.773: vmx| LOADAVG: 3.54 2.95 2.42

    Sep 28 02:11:59.549: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d639a

    Sep 28 02:11:59.654: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf6278

    Sep 28 02:12:00.554: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d62f7

    Sep 28 02:12:00.654: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4074003

    Sep 28 02:12:01.601: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:12:01.654: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4073e0f

    Sep 28 02:12:02.554: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d6474

    Sep 28 02:12:02.652: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x10d639a

    Sep 28 02:12:03.554: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1393277

    Sep 28 02:12:03.701: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:12:04.554: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x408ddef

    Sep 28 02:12:04.658: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:12:05.558: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1819b24

    Sep 28 02:12:05.708: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41f674

    Sep 28 02:12:06.559: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1819c20

    Sep 28 02:12:06.658: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40940ea

    Sep 28 02:12:07.558: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80859002

    Sep 28 02:12:07.658: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1399887

    Sep 28 02:12:08.606: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x4073fe5

    Sep 28 02:12:08.659: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x8088961f

    Sep 28 02:12:09.559: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41c4b00

    Sep 28 02:12:09.659: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889753

    Sep 28 02:12:10.607: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:12:10.659: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf1750

    Sep 28 02:12:11.603: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80889590

    Sep 28 02:12:11.704: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:12:12.603: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf1762

    Sep 28 02:12:12.703: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0x80812cf6

    Sep 28 02:12:13.603: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x40907cd

    Sep 28 02:12:13.704: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x1bf16e4

    Sep 28 02:12:14.604: vcpu-0| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x1b, eip=0x41333d5

    Sep 28 02:12:14.708: vcpu-1| VMSAMPLE32: cs=0x8, eip=0xf754a3ee

    Sep 28 02:12:15.616: vcpu-0|

    DB:3.00:Workstation 6 And Dual Opteron Crashing sm


    That is the problem, on host i ran prime95 for 5 hours and it is stable, but as soon as i try to load something on guest it crashes after 5-15 minutes without generating any usefull information in system, or maybe i'm missing something. I checked syslog, messages, daemon and nothing usefull is there. So system under heavy load in vmware just stops responding.

    *****************EDIT***************

    When running Workstation with only one physical cpu everything is stable, so problem is only when running workstation with two cores under load.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.99

    DB:2.99:An Error In My Bsd Booting Through The Vmware Workstation 4.5.2 Biuld 8848 c1



    when I boot my BSD through vmware workstation 4.5.2 biuld 8848, I meet an error and stop the booting. error is fllowing

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| Log for VMware Workstation pid=1208 version=4.5.2 build=build-8848 option=Release.4.5.2

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| Command line: "C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe" "-@" "pipe=.\pipe\vmx15a0a6ca4f9623ca; vm=15a0a6ca4f9623ca" "D:\bigip\freeBSD.vmx"

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| UI Connecting to pipe '.\pipe\vmx15a0a6ca4f9623ca' with user '(null)'

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| ConfigDB: Set ConfigVersion to 7

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| ConfigDB: Set HWVersion to 3

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x00260000 size=0x000cd000 name=LIBEAY32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x00400000 size=0x00395000 name=vmware-vmx.exe

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x51080000 size=0x00056000 name=DSOUND.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x5f580000 size=0x00027000 name=DINPUT.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x65d20000 size=0x00054000 name=USP10.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x687e0000 size=0x0000b000 name=PSAPI.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x690d0000 size=0x0000d000 name=ntwrap.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x6bc20000 size=0x0000d000 name=MFC42LOC.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x6bc40000 size=0x000fb000 name=MFC42.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x6c330000 size=0x00008000 name=LPK.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x6d990000 size=0x000ac000 name=setupapi.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x71710000 size=0x00084000 name=COMCTL32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x719b0000 size=0x00008000 name=shfolder.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x74fa0000 size=0x00008000 name=WS2HELP.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x74fb0000 size=0x00014000 name=WS2_32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x74fd0000 size=0x0000a000 name=WSOCK32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x75950000 size=0x00006000 name=LZ32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x75e00000 size=0x0001a000 name=IMM32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77070000 size=0x00007000 name=CFGMGR32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77530000 size=0x00030000 name=WINMM.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x777e0000 size=0x00007000 name=VERSION.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77a30000 size=0x000ef000 name=ole32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77df0000 size=0x00065000 name=USER32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77e60000 size=0x000d7000 name=KERNEL32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77f40000 size=0x0003e000 name=GDI32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77f80000 size=0x0007d000 name=ntdll.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x78000000 size=0x00045000 name=MSVCRT.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x786f0000 size=0x00071000 name=RPCRT4.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x794d0000 size=0x00061000 name=USERENV.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x796d0000 size=0x00062000 name=ADVAPI32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: reached kernel memory at 0x7fff0000

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: free=0x50270000, potential=0x508eb000 start=0x00795000

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| CPU #0 TSC = 216325308826080

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| TSC delta 0

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| VMMon_GetkHzEstimate: Calculated 2193078 kHz

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| pcpu #0 CPUID numEntries=2 GenuineIntel

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| pcpu #0 CPUID version=0xf29 features=0xbfebf9ff extFeatures=0x4400 ebx=0x1080e

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| CPUID common features: 0xbfebf9ff extFeatures: 0x4400

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x00260000 size=0x000cd000 name=LIBEAY32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x00400000 size=0x00395000 name=vmware-vmx.exe

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x51080000 size=0x00056000 name=DSOUND.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x5f580000 size=0x00027000 name=DINPUT.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x65d20000 size=0x00054000 name=USP10.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x687e0000 size=0x0000b000 name=PSAPI.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x690d0000 size=0x0000d000 name=ntwrap.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x6bc20000 size=0x0000d000 name=MFC42LOC.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x6bc40000 size=0x000fb000 name=MFC42.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x6c330000 size=0x00008000 name=LPK.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x6d990000 size=0x000ac000 name=setupapi.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x71710000 size=0x00084000 name=COMCTL32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x719b0000 size=0x00008000 name=shfolder.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x74fa0000 size=0x00008000 name=WS2HELP.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x74fb0000 size=0x00014000 name=WS2_32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x74fd0000 size=0x0000a000 name=WSOCK32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x75950000 size=0x00006000 name=LZ32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x75e00000 size=0x0001a000 name=IMM32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77070000 size=0x00007000 name=CFGMGR32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77530000 size=0x00030000 name=WINMM.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x777e0000 size=0x00007000 name=VERSION.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77a30000 size=0x000ef000 name=ole32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77df0000 size=0x00065000 name=USER32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77e60000 size=0x000d7000 name=KERNEL32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77f40000 size=0x0003e000 name=GDI32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x77f80000 size=0x0007d000 name=ntdll.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x78000000 size=0x00045000 name=MSVCRT.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x786f0000 size=0x00071000 name=RPCRT4.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x794d0000 size=0x00061000 name=USERENV.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: DLL load=0x796d0000 size=0x00062000 name=ADVAPI32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: reached kernel memory at 0x7fff0000

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GCFMI: free=0x50270000, potential=0x508eb000 start=0x00795000

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| changing directory to D:\bigip\.

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| Config file: D:\bigip\freeBSD.vmx

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| PowerOn

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| HOST Windows version 5.0, build 2195, platform 2, "Service Pack 4"

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT --- USER PREFERENCES

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.view.navBar.type = favorites

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT webUpdate.checkLast = 1089437482

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT prefvmx.mru.config = D:\bigip\freeBSD.vmx;d:\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\FreeBSD 2\bigip.vmx;d:\My Documents\My Virtual Machines\FreeBSD\bigip.vmx;D:\bigip\bigip.vmx;

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT hint.powerOff = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.currentVM = /vm/#15a0a6ca4f9623ca/

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.openedVM0.present = TRUE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.openedVM0.path = /vm/#15a0a6ca4f9623ca/

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.openedVM0.file = D:\bigip\freeBSD.vmx

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.openedVM0.name = bigip

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.openedVM.maxNum = 1

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.placement.left = 102

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.placement.top = 77

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.placement.right = 1033

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.placement.bottom = 609

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.tip.startup = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.tip.index = 1

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.openedVM1.present = TRUE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.openedVM1.path = /vm/#b553efc14888c5c2/

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.openedVM1.file = d:\my documents\my virtual machines\freebsd\bigip.vmx

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.openedVM1.name = bigip

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT hint.monitorInit.mem.hostovercommit = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest0.present = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest0.destString =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest0.user =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest1.present = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest1.destString =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest1.user =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest2.present = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest2.destString =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest2.user =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest3.present = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest3.destString =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest3.user =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest4.present = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest4.destString =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest4.user =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest5.present = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest5.destString =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest5.user =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest6.present = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest6.destString =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest6.user =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest7.present = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest7.destString =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.mruDest7.user =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT hint.interactiveLogin = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT prefvmx.mru.suspended =

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.kvm = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT pref.view.homepage = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT --- USER DEFAULTS

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT --- HOST DEFAULTS

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT --- SITE DEFAULTS

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT --- COMMAND LINE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT gui.available = TRUE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT --- CONFIGURATION

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT config.version = 7

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT virtualHW.version = 3

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT scsi0.present = TRUE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT memsize = 128

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ide0:0.present = TRUE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ide0:0.fileName = FreeBSD.vmdk

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ide1:0.present = TRUE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ide1:0.fileName = auto detect

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ide1:0.deviceType = cdrom-raw

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT floppy0.present = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT Ethernet0.present = TRUE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT sound.present = TRUE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT sound.fileName = -1

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT displayName = bigip

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT guestOS = freeBSD

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT priority.grabbed = normal

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT priority.ungrabbed = normal

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT powerType.powerOff = default

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT powerType.powerOn = default

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT powerType.suspend = default

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT powerType.reset = default

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ide0:1.present = TRUE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ide0:1.fileName = D:\FTP\bigip4510.iso

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ide0:1.deviceType = cdrom-image

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ide1:0.startConnected = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT usb.generic.autoconnect = FALSE

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT sound.virtualDev = es1371

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT Ethernet0.addressType = generated

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT uuid.location = 56 4d 56 c6 62 31 b0 b2-40 fe a1 df 01 31 a6 5c

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT uuid.bios = 56 4d 56 c6 62 31 b0 b2-40 fe a1 df 01 31 a6 5c

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ethernet0.generatedAddress = 00:0c:29:31:a6:5c

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT ethernet0.generatedAddressOffset = 0

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT --- USER DEFAULTS

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT --- HOST DEFAULTS

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT --- SITE DEFAULTS

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| DICT --- GLOBAL SETTINGS

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.uptime

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| GetSystemTimeAdjustment returned unknown clockInterval 100144

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| LICENSE using: 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\VMware, Inc.\VMware Workstation\License.ws.4.0'

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| MM: Using partialmap, 32768 pages AC 0 CE 0 TM 0

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| STATDECLGROUP stats Root "" null

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| WSSCAN: reserved mem (in MB) min=32 max=288 recommended=288

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| hostMem=496 maxAllowedAll=4096 maxAllowedVM=3600

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| totOverhead=16

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| WSSCAN: used rec mem (in MB) 288

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| WSSCAN: Overhead 37745 paged 12727 nonpaged

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| WSSCAN 1 36 73728 79360 73728 80262 50 0

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| Mapped mainmem as pageable (offset ffbff000)

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| CPUID after masking: version 0xf28 features 0x1febfbff extFeatures 0x0

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| CPU.cpuFeatures = 0x1b1fe01

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| KHZEstimate 2193078

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| MHZEstimate 2193

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| NumVCPUs 1

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| location-UUID is 56 4d 56 c6 62 31 b0 b2-40 fe a1 df 01 31 a6 5c

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| TimeTracker host to guest rate conversion 216325996886284 @ 2193078000Hz - 216325996886284 @ 2193078000Hz

    Jul 11 17:38:11: vmx| TimeTracker host to guest rate conversion ((x * 2147483648) 31) + 0

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| Msg_Reset:

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| \[msg.dictionary.load.statFailed] Unable to get information about file "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\VMware\VMware Workstation\config.ini": #31995;#32479;#25214;#19981;#21040;#25351;#23450;#30340;#25991;#20214;#12290;.

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| \----

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| PREF Optional preferences file not found at C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\VMware\VMware Workstation\config.ini. Using default values.

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| Msg_Reset:

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| \[msg.dictionary.load.statFailed] Unable to get information about file "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\VMware\VMware Workstation\settings.ini": #31995;#32479;#25214;#19981;#21040;#25351;#23450;#30340;#25991;#20214;#12290;.

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| \----

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| PREF Optional preferences file not found at C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\VMware\VMware Workstation\settings.ini. Using default values.

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| Msg_Reset:

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| \[msg.dictionary.load.statFailed] Unable to get information about file "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\VMware\VMware Workstation\config.ini": #31995;#32479;#25214;#19981;#21040;#25351;#23450;#30340;#25991;#20214;#12290;.

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| \----

    Jul 11 17:38:11: Floppy| PREF Optional preferences file not found at C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\VMware\VMware Workstation\config.ini. Using default values.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: Floppy| Msg_Reset:

    Jul 11 17:38:12: Floppy| \[msg.dictionary.load.statFailed] Unable to get information about file "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\VMware\config.ini": #31995;#32479;#25214;#19981;#21040;#25351;#23450;#30340;#25991;#20214;#12290;.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: Floppy| \----

    Jul 11 17:38:12: Floppy| PREF Optional preferences file not found at C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\VMware\config.ini. Using default values.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| DISK: Treating disk 'FreeBSD.vmdk' as persistent

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| DISK: OPEN ide:0:0 'FreeBSD.vmdk' persistent R[]

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| DISKLIB-DSCPTR: Opened : "FreeBSD.vmdk" (0x2)

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| DISKLIB-LINK : Opened 'FreeBSD.vmdk' (0xa): monolithicSparse, 8388608 sectors / 4096 Mb.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| DISKLIB-CACHE : 'FreeBSD.vmdk' : pgSz=4096 max=1048576 minRA=0 maxRA=61440 update=2000

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| DISKLIB-LIB : Opened "FreeBSD.vmdk" (flags 0xa).

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| DISK: OPEN 'FreeBSD.vmdk' Geo (8322/16/63) BIOS Geo (0/0/0) freeSpace=3548Mb

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| SCSI0: UNTAGGED commands will be converted to ORDER tags.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| MStat: Creating Stat vm.heartbeat

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| DISK: ide0:0 : toolsVersion = 0

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| TOOLS INSTALL initializing state to IDLE on power on.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| Display orientation is default.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| Display frequency is 60HZ

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| Using unified VGA.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| USB: Initializing UHCI host controller

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| USB: Initializing USB Generic backend

    Jul 11 17:38:12: usbEnum| VTHREAD thread 6 "usbEnum" host id 932 started

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| VTHREAD create thread 6 "usbEnum"

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| VLANCE: send cluster threshold is 80, size = 2 recalcInterval is 2 ticks

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| Ethernet0 MAC Address: 00:0c:29:31:a6:5c

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| VMXNET: send cluster threshold is 80, size = 2 recalcInterval is 2 ticks

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| SOUND: ES1371Win32GetDevNum: sound device -1 not found. Using default.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| VirtualProtect MapProtectMem(0xeb0000,0x1000) returns 0x1e7

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| Can't read-only monitor pages from 0x00EB0000 to 0x00EB1000

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| VirtualProtect MapProtectMem(0xeb2000,0x0) returns 0x57

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| Can't read-only monitor pages from 0x00EB2000 to 0x00EB2000

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| VMX_PowerOn: ModuleTable_PowerOn = 1

    Jul 11 17:38:12: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 "mks" host id 2112 started

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| VTHREAD create thread 1 "mks"

    Jul 11 17:38:12: mks| Async MKS thread is alive

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vcpu-0| VTHREAD thread 4 "vcpu-0" host id 2148 started

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| VTHREAD create thread 4 "vcpu-0"

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| DnD rpc already set to 1

    Jul 11 17:38:12: mks| Attaching local console.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: mks| Display orientation is default.

    Jul 11 17:38:12: mks| Display frequency is 60HZ

    Jul 11 17:38:12: kbh| VTHREAD thread 7 "kbh" host id 2076 started

    Jul 11 17:38:12: mks| VTHREAD create thread 7 "kbh"

    Jul 11 17:38:12: mks| KHBKL: Unable to parse keystring at: ''

    Jul 11 17:38:12: mks| VTHREAD destroy thread 7 "kbh"

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vcpu-0| Monitor initialized: Release.4.5.2build-8848 (gcc). cflags: 0x08000040.2200d410

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vcpu-0| cpuFeatures = 0x1b1fe01

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vcpu-0| DISK: ide0:0 : capacity=8388608

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| VNET: Notification enabled for Ethernet0

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vmx| MACVNET: Notification Enabled for Ethernet0

    Jul 11 17:38:12: vcpu-0| sz=3021744

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xfa000000(0x00000000) and 0xf9000000(0x00000000)

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 32768 bytes)

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VBIOS OPROM

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xfa000000(0xfa000000) and 0xf9000000(0xf9000000)

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the SBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 16384 bytes)

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the SBIOS OPROM

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VLANCE OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 65536 bytes)

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VLANCE OPROM

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xfa000000(0xfa000000) and 0xf9000000(0xf9000000)

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 32768 bytes)

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VBIOS OPROM

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| SVGA: Unregistering MemSpace at 0xfa000000(0xfa000000) and 0xf9000000(0xf9000000)

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering IOSpace at 0x1460 (0x0000)

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| SVGA: Registering MemSpace at 0xfa000000(0xfa000000) and 0xf9000000(0xf9000000)

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| UHCI: Global Reset

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| UHCI: HCReset

    Jul 11 17:38:13: vcpu-0| UHCI: HCReset

    Jul 11 17:38:14: kbh| VTHREAD thread 7 "kbh" host id 1260 started

    Jul 11 17:38:14: mks| VTHREAD create thread 7 "kbh"

    Jul 11 17:38:14: vmx| VMXVmdbLoadUsbDevices: New set of 1 USB devices

    Jul 11 17:38:15: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the SBIOS OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 16384 bytes)

    Jul 11 17:38:15: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the SBIOS OPROM

    Jul 11 17:38:15: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VLANCE OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 65536 bytes)

    Jul 11 17:38:15: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to map the VLANCE OPROM at 0xfe800000 (size 65536 bytes)

    Jul 11 17:38:15: vcpu-0| PCI OPROM: Asked to unmap the VLANCE OPROM

    Jul 11 17:38:15: vcpu-0| VIDE: Curr CHS info cyls: 8322 heads: 16 sects: 63 lba_cap: 8388608

    Jul 11 17:38:17: vcpu-0| BIOS-UUID is 56 4d 56 c6 62 31 b0 b2-40 fe a1 df 01 31 a6 5c

    Jul 11 17:38:19: mks| VTHREAD destroy thread 7 "kbh"

    Jul 11 17:38:27: kbh| VTHREAD thread 7 "kbh" host id 1216 started

    Jul 11 17:38:27: mks| VTHREAD create thread 7 "kbh"

    Jul 11 17:38:27: vcpu-0| serial0: Overrun

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    Jul 11 17:38:27: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x1f0) OUTB Cmd 0x00, Unknown ATA Command on drive 0

    Jul 11 17:38:27: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x1f0) OUTB Cmd of 0xec while drive 0 busy (status 0x58)

    Jul 11 17:38:28: vcpu-0| VIDE: (0x1f0) OUTB Cmd of 0xec while drive 0 busy (status 0x58)

    Jul 11 17:38:29: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Jul 11 17:38:29: vcpu-0| BUSLOGIC: Unimplemented/invalid command 0x28

    Jul 11 17:38:29: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED F(554):2274 bugNr=12499

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| -

    Backtrace using dbghelp.dll----

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| Module path: C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| Module directory: C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\binJul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[00] ebp 0x02e0eaa0 eip 0x0054754a params 0x02e0eec0 0x00409c5e 0000000000 0x00000006 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0014654a] (no symbol information)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[01] ebp 0x02e0eaa8 eip 0x00548bd1 params 0000000000 0x00000006 0x00dd0580 0x011b0000 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00147bd1] (no symbol information)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[02] ebp 0x02e0eec0 eip 0x00409c5e params 0x00582044 0x0059dfd8 0x000008e2 0x000030d3 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00008c5e] (no symbol information)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[03] ebp 0x02e0eee4 eip 0x0044dba2 params 0x00dd0580 0x00000001 0000000000 0x02e0ff40 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0004cba2] (no symbol information)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[04] ebp 0x02e0eef8 eip 0x0044ceb4 params 0x00dd0580 0x000003f5 0x00000001 0x00000001 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0004beb4] (no symbol information)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[05] ebp 0x02e0ff40 eip 0x0043a65d params 0000000000 0x00000002 0x0000013f 0000000000 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0003965d] (no symbol information)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[06] ebp 0x02e0ff5c eip 0x00433c50 params 0x00d308b8 0x00e2a450 0x0000013f 0x00000001 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00032c50] (no symbol information)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[07] ebp 0x02e0ff88 eip 0x0043c878 params 0xda000000 0x0012fc90 0x00433d00 0x02e0ffb4 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0003b878] (no symbol information)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[08] ebp 0x02e0ff9c eip 0x00433d16 params 0000000000 0x004fa5df 0x00e0fe38 0x0012fc90 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00032d16] (no symbol information)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[09] ebp 0x02e0ffb4 eip 0x00534666 params 0000000000 0x004fa5df 0x00e0fe38 0x0012fc90 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00133666] (no symbol information)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| backtrace\[10] ebp 0x02e0ffec eip 0x77e6438b params 0x005345f0 0x0012fc90 0000000000 0000000000 \[C:\WINNT\system32\KERNEL32.dll base 0x77e60000 0x0001:0x0000338b] (TlsSetValue + 0x00f0)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| -

    End of backtrace----

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| W32Util_CoreDump: faking exception to get context

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Writing minidump to C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\VMware\vmware-vmx-1208.dmp

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x00400000 size 0x00395000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00000000 timestamp 0x40c901de

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 4.5.2.8848

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77f80000 size 0x0007d000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000891de timestamp 0x4060ef33

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\NTDLL.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6899

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x78000000 size 0x00045000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00054d71 timestamp 0x3e6e3115

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\msvcrt.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 6.1.9844.0

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77e60000 size 0x000d7000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000d9198 timestamp 0x4060ef33

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\KERNEL32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6897

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x6bc40000 size 0x000fb000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00102049 timestamp 0x3ef31d56

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\mfc42.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 6.0.9586.0

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77f40000 size 0x0003e000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00045011 timestamp 0x4060ef33

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\GDI32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6898

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77df0000 size 0x00065000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0006c674 timestamp 0x4060ef33

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\USER32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6897

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x796d0000 size 0x00062000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00061380 timestamp 0x4060ef34

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\ADVAPI32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6876

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x786f0000 size 0x00071000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00079eba timestamp 0x4050d9ef

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\rpcrt4.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6904

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77070000 size 0x00007000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000088ff timestamp 0x38513509

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\cfgmgr32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2134.1

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x6d990000 size 0x000ac000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000b7b95 timestamp 0x3ef31d14

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\SETUPAPI.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6622

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x794d0000 size 0x00061000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0006215c timestamp 0x4060ef34

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\USERENV.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6794

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x687e0000 size 0x0000b000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00013abf timestamp 0x385135b7

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\psapi.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2134.1

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x74fb0000 size 0x00014000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0001cfd7 timestamp 0x3ef31d89

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\ws2_32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6601

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x74fa0000 size 0x00008000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00009768 timestamp 0x38513525

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\ws2help.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2134.1

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x5f580000 size 0x00027000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002ee4b timestamp 0x3bd5d93d

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\dinput.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.881

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77530000 size 0x00030000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00036949 timestamp 0x38513506

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\winmm.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2161.1

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x51080000 size 0x00056000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0005b2ab timestamp 0x3dedc968

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\dsound.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.3.0.900

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77a30000 size 0x000ef000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000e9c25 timestamp 0x4050d9f0

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\OLE32.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6906

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x777e0000 size 0x00007000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000067ad timestamp 0x3ef31d14

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\version.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6623

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x75950000 size 0x00006000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000bb71 timestamp 0x3ef31d24

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\lz32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6611

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x690d0000 size 0x0000d000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00000000 timestamp 0x40c8ff46

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\ntwrap.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 4.5.2.8848

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x00260000 size 0x000cd000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000cd0fd timestamp 0x405a3abd

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\libeay32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 0.0.0.0

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x74fd0000 size 0x0000a000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000bfc5 timestamp 0x3ef31d8a

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\wsock32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6603

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x75e00000 size 0x0001a000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00020c35 timestamp 0x3ef31d22

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\imm32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6655

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x6c330000 size 0x00008000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000d9f6 timestamp 0x3ef31d54

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\lpk.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6692

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x65d20000 size 0x00054000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000531d3 timestamp 0x3ef31d80

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\usp10.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 1.325.2195.6692

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x6bc20000 size 0x0000d000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000e8c9 timestamp 0x3851358c

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\mfc42loc.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 6.0.8665.0

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x71710000 size 0x00084000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0008a4c6 timestamp 0x3d6e4c86

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\comctl32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.81.4916.400

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x719b0000 size 0x00008000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000c1ff timestamp 0x3d6e4c86

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\shfolder.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 6.0.2800.1106

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x60000000 size 0x00047000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000508d7 timestamp 0x3aa97ded

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\MSCTF.DLL

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2409.8

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77520000 size 0x00008000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00005823 timestamp 0x3ef31d17

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\wdmaud.drv

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6673

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x6b020000 size 0x00013000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0001a504 timestamp 0x38513596

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\mscms.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2180.1

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x777c0000 size 0x0001e000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00025df3 timestamp 0x3ef31d14

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\WINSPOOL.DRV

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6659

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x79b20000 size 0x00010000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00016430 timestamp 0x4060ef37

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\mpr.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6824

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x6e340000 size 0x0003f000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00043ab6 timestamp 0x3ef31d4a

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\icm32.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.0.0

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x6f880000 size 0x00008000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00010e16 timestamp 0x3ef31d47

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINNT\system32\hid.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 5.0.2195.6655

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x079f0000 size 0x000c1000

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000bd9f7 timestamp 0x3e385156

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| image file C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\dbghelp.dll

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| file version 6.1.17.2

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2216

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2116

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 932

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2240

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2112

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 2148

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 1216

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Including thread 1732

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| Msg_Post: Error

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| \[msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED F(554):2274 bugNr=12499

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| \[msg.panic.haveLog] A log file is available in "D:\bigip\vmware.log". \[msg.panic.haveCore] A core file is available in "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\VMware\vmware-vmx-1208.dmp". \[msg.panic.requestSupport.withLogAndCore] Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file. \[msg.panic.response] We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    Jul 11 17:38:44: vcpu-0| \----

    Jul 11 17:55:47: vcpu-0| VTHREAD thread 4 start exiting

    Jul 11 17:55:47: vcpu-0| VTHREAD thread 4 exiting, 5 left

    Jul 11 17:55:48: vmx| VTHREAD watched thread 4 "vcpu-0" died

    Jul 11 17:55:48: vmx| VTHREAD thread 0 start exiting

    Jul 11 17:55:48: vmx| VTHREAD thread 0 exiting, 4 left

    Jul 11 17:55:48: usbEnum| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jul 11 17:55:48: usbEnum| VTHREAD thread 6 start exiting

    Jul 11 17:55:48: usbEnum| VTHREAD thread 6 exiting, 3 left

    Jul 11 17:55:48: mks| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jul 11 17:55:48: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 start exiting

    Jul 11 17:55:48: Floppy| VTHREAD watched thread 0 "vmx" died

    Jul 11 17:55:48: Floppy| VTHREAD thread 5 start exiting

    Jul 11 17:55:48: Floppy| VTHREAD thread 5 exiting, 2 left

    Jul 11 17:55:48: mks| VTHREAD thread 1 exiting, 1 left

    Jul 11 17:55:48: kbh| VTHREAD watched thread 1 "mks" died

    Jul 11 17:55:48: kbh| VTHREAD thread 7 start exiting

    Jul 11 17:55:48: kbh| VTHREAD thread 7 exiting, 0 left

    DB:2.99:An Error In My Bsd Booting Through The Vmware Workstation 4.5.2 Biuld 8848 c1


    Hi there,

    your VM is configured without a floppy drive, can you

    try to add one and see if the problem persists? The guest

    is trying to access a floppy that does not exist.

    Thanks,

    Max

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.99

    DB:2.99:8 Vcpu Support?? 1j



    Anyone know if/when vmware are planning to support 8 vcpu in guest vm's?

    DB:2.99:8 Vcpu Support?? 1j


    I have not heard of anything and if VMware's past actions in regards to new features they will remain quite close lip until they get closer to relase and potentially a public beta -

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.98

    DB:2.98:Vcpu In Vsphere 5 78



    i wonder if still there is a restrictions on vCpu while doing FT vms ?

    DB:2.98:Vcpu In Vsphere 5 78


    The limit of 1 vCPU and no snapshot is still present in vSphere 5.0.

    Maybe something will be released in the next versions (or update)... but no official info... yet.

    Andre

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.97

    DB:2.97:Need Advice On Host Hardware/Software fc



    Hi, I am a total beginner to vmware and still learning so would like to get some guidance, advice and suggestions from you -

    I'm repurposing a server and need to run 6-8 light load VMs on this single host with local storage for dev/test environment.

    Specs of the Host - one CPU with 2.33 GHz Intel Xeon processor 5140, dual-core upgrade to 16GB RAM 8 x 300GB 10k SAS drive (7 drives for RAID 5 and 1 drive for hot spare: 1.8TB of disk space) 2 network ports

    Characteristics of the VMs are - 2 Web Servers with Win Server 2003, 150GB disk space, 1 vCPU, 2-4GB vRAM 3 Web Servers with Win Server 2003, 200GB disk space, 2 vCPU, 4GB vRAM 1 SQL Server with Win Server 2003, SQL Server 2005, 200GB disk space, 2 vCPU, 4GB vRAM 1-2 App Servers with Win Server 2003, 150GB disk space, 1 vCPU, 2-4GB vRAM

    How complicated is it to add another processor or upgrade RAM to 32GB after implementation?Are there any concerns or performance issues based on above specs of host and VMs? I am planning to run vSphere Hypervisor (ESXi). Or should I get vSphere Standard?

    Thank you!

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.97

    DB:2.97:Ready Time Drop After Upgrade From 3.5 To 4.1 - Significant 3f



    So I've been on 4.1 now for a few weeks after languishing for too long on 3.5.

    One of the biggest issues I was seeing to my environment on 3.5 was %RDY times floating anywhere from 2% to 8%, with an average around 3-5%. I was at a point where I really didn't want to consider many more 2 vCPU VMs or even just single CPU. I've vehemenetly turned down 4 vCPU.

    Now under 4.1 something must be wrong. I rarely see 1% RDY times now. This is simply amazing...

    DB:2.97:Ready Time Drop After Upgrade From 3.5 To 4.1 - Significant 3f


    Most definitely not complaining just sharing - I read all about the performance improvements and was itching for the longest time to get it done. I simply had no idea the change would be as huge as it was - for me. I mean think about it. I have roughly 33 VM/s per host, each host is 16 CPU (4x4 x 4 hosts) and a good spattering of 2 vCPU in the mix. I was regularly seeing the top 5-8 VMs on each host with %RDY in the range of 3-10% with some spikes for a couple of the 2 vCPUs to over 10% but nothing that was alarming to me. Now I rarely see anything over 1% across the board. Its as if the 'consolidation ratio' has been increased substantially. I know %RDY isn't the only factor to consider for how consolidated you go - but given limitless memory and storage, CPU availability is the only true constraint at that point and Ready Times define CPU availability.

    But now the question about how many eggs do I want to put in each basket comes up. I feel like I could double the number of VMs per host and still not see the magic 5% number. But do I really want to put 60 VM's per host? Is management OK with that if the host were to actually go down?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.97

    DB:2.97:Reducing Vcpu Question... 9p



    We have a 2008 Server VM that was a P2V. It had 4 cores on the physical machine, so that's what it has on the VM now.

    Are there any issues with reducing the number of vCPUs to 2?

    DB:2.97:Reducing Vcpu Question... 9p


    Reducing the number of vCPUs is generally a safe operation, but this strongly depends of the guest O.S., which will actually need to cope with the (virtual) hardware change. Recent Windows and Linux systems usually don't have any trouble with this. FYI - fewer cores are much easier for the Hypervisor to schedule

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.95

    DB:2.95:Vcpu To Pcpu (Physical) kk



    Man, my head is about to explode with all the information I read on vCPU to physical CPUs!

    Let me just run this down, I work in an environment that has 20 hosts spread out over 2 datacenters. 12 host at A and 8 at B. Well we were under the impression that adding more hosts and spreading out our VM's would help alleviate some of the sluggish issues. We had 6 at A and 4 at B. Keep in mind I said help, not cure all to be all! Well after what I have been reading with VM resources and best practices I am just more confused. I need a more direct answer or something that can point me in the right direction.

    Memory is not an issues on my hosts, I am pushing anywhere from 32GB to 48GBish on the hosts themselves, not great but good enough. Now my vCPUs on my VMs are the issues I feel is plaguing some of the sluggishness. For example, on my new hosts they are:

    Dell m600

    42GB memory

    8CPUs x 2826GHz

    2 Processor Sockets

    4 Cores per Socket

    8(-16 logical processers depending if we have Hyperthreading running on the host or not with this host having only 8)

    With that host box being an example, I have only three virtual machines on it. All three are Server 2003, 2 of them are terminal servers and one is a file/program server (one program is mapped out to users on the terminal servers).

    Each of the three servers have 4 vCPU and 4 GB of memory.

    My understanding is that memory we are solid. 4x3=12 right? so 12GB of memory and we have 42GBish on this server we are good right?

    vCPU is 4x3=12 right? Is that 12 physical processor sockets, 12 cores, or 12 logical processors I would have to have? Which as you can see this host doesn't have 12 cpu anything if I am understanding this correctly?

    I read on here that you should not extend vcpu out more than your host has itself? So My ultimate question is, looking at the specs above, how many vCPUs can my host theorically dish out? (I know it depends but for the sake of it, let's put a number on it). Thank you in advance!

    Needing help,

    -Oscar

    DB:2.95:Vcpu To Pcpu (Physical) kk


    You make a good Point regarding the HAL Andre. simply taking a machine from 4vCPU to 1vCPU will actually cause more issues, as you will need to change the HAL that the guest uses. just drop them down to 2 vCPU

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.95

    DB:2.95:W 2003 Serial Port Problem. 8f



    my vmware image work as w2003 server. when I connect a usb serial converter my image doesn't work. log like below ;

    Nov 24 10:21:19: vcpu-0| serial0: Baud rate divisor 0x0060.

    Nov 24 10:21:19: vcpu-0| serial0: LCR 0x02.

    Nov 24 10:21:19: vcpu-0| NOT_IMPLEMENTED C:/ob/bora-19175/bora/devices/serial/serialRxFifo.c:237 bugNr=26944

    Nov 24 10:21:19: vcpu-0| Backtrace:

    Nov 24 10:21:19: vcpu-0| -

    Backtrace using dbghelp.dll----

    Nov 24 10:21:19: vcpu-0| Module path: C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe

    Nov 24 10:21:19: vcpu-0| Module directory: C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[00] ebp 0x102fea40 eip 0x00436ada params 0x0043ac30 0000000000 0x102fee64 0x00413d5d \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00035ada] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[01] ebp 0x102fea50 eip 0x0043b366 params 0000000000 0x102fea64 0x053b72e8 0x5f544f4e \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0003a366] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[02] ebp 0x102fee64 eip 0x00413d5d params 0x006752d0 0x006f2908 0x000000ed 0x00006940 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00012d5d] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[03] ebp 0x102fee8c eip 0x005a5ef4 params 0x053b72e8 0x053980b0 0x102feeb4 0x00568827 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001a4ef4] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[04] ebp 0x102fee9c eip 0x005a62e8 params 0x053b72e8 0x053b72e8 0x00569292 0000000000 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001a52e8] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[05] ebp 0x102feeb4 eip 0x00568827 params 0x053b72e8 0x000003f8 0x00000004 0x00000001 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x00167827] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[06] ebp 0x102feedc eip 0x004e15d1 params 0x0539800b 0x053ed800 0000000000 0x102fff34 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x000e05d1] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[07] ebp 0x102feef0 eip 0x004e1775 params 0x0539800b 0x053e002f 0x00000001 0x00000001 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x000e0775] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[08] ebp 0x102fff34 eip 0x005b1297 params 0000000000 0x00000001 0000000000 0x00000142 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001b0297] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[09] ebp 0x102fff50 eip 0x005af633 params 0x053696d8 0x053ed800 0x00000142 0x00000001 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001ae633] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[10] ebp 0x102fff7c eip 0x005b7fcb params 0x4a000000 0x102fffb4 0x0043b927 0000000000 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001b6fcb] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[11] ebp 0x102fff88 eip 0x005af66c params 0000000000 0x00000038 0x00000020 0x0012fc90 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x001ae66c] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[12] ebp 0x102fffb4 eip 0x0043b927 params 0x0012fc90 0x00000038 0x00000020 0x0012fc90 \[C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe base 0x00400000 0x0001:0x0003a927] (no symbol information)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| backtrace\[13] ebp 0x102fffec eip 0x7c80b683 params 0x0043b8d0 0x0012fc90 0000000000 0xffffffff \[C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll base 0x7c800000 0x0001:0x0000a683] (GetModuleFileNameA + 0x01b4)

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| -

    End of backtrace----

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| Win32 object usage: GDI 13, USER 17

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| W32Util_CoreDump: faking exception to get context

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: Writing minidump to C:\Documents and Settings\skilic\Application Data\VMware\vmware-vmx-908.dmp

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x00400000 size 0x004fc000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00000000 timestamp 0x43a23894

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Workstation\bin\vmware-vmx.exe

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.5.0.19175

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7c900000 size 0x000b0000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000af2f7 timestamp 0x411096b4

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ntdll.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7c800000 size 0x000f4000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000f724d timestamp 0x44ab9a84

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2945

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x7c340000 size 0x00056000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0005f1e9 timestamp 0x3e561eac

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\msvcr71.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 7.10.3052.4

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77d40000 size 0x00090000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0009505c timestamp 0x42260159

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\user32.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2622

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77f10000 size 0x00047000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0004d0d0 timestamp 0x43b34feb

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\gdi32.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2818

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x774e0000 size 0x0013d000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0013dc6b timestamp 0x42e5be93

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ole32.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2726

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77dd0000 size 0x0009b000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000a0de4 timestamp 0x411096a7

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\advapi32.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77e70000 size 0x00091000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0008f099 timestamp 0x43740e6d

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\rpcrt4.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2794

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77c10000 size 0x00058000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00057cd3 timestamp 0x41109752

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\msvcrt.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 7.0.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x74ae0000 size 0x00007000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000593f timestamp 0x4110969d

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\cfgmgr32.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77920000 size 0x000f3000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000f596b timestamp 0x411096b0

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\setupapi.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x71ab0000 size 0x00017000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002030b timestamp 0x411096f2

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ws2_32.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x71aa0000 size 0x00008000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0000aff6 timestamp 0x411096f3

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ws2help.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77120000 size 0x0008c000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00096957 timestamp 0x411096f3

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\oleaut32.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x72280000 size 0x0002a000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000295b2 timestamp 0x411096af

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\dinput.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.3.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x76b40000 size 0x0002d000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0002ed0a timestamp 0x411096d6

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\winmm.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x73f10000 size 0x0005c000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x0006138b timestamp 0x411096d4

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\dsound.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.3.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x77c00000 size 0x00008000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x00011d78 timestamp 0x411096b7

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| image file C:\WINDOWS\system32\version.dll

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| file version 5.1.2600.2180

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| CoreDump: including module base 0x5ed00000 size 0x000cc000

    Nov 24 10:21:20: vcpu-0| checksum 0x000b130c timestamp 0x4110

    DB:2.95:W 2003 Serial Port Problem. 8f


    What is the device?

    What is the baud rate of this device?

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.95

    DB:2.95:Vcpus And Citrix Ps 4 3j


    I've currently implemented a (rebuilt from scratch) Citrix PS4 farm instance, using 1xvcpu's in each of 25 hosts,

    I'm doing some capacity testing, and seeing a slower successful login rate than with my physical farm, and looking at my perfmon dumps, looks like the only resource contention is CPU,

    what are anyone's experiences/practices regarding multiple vCPU configurations for Citrix PS4 Servers, has anyone seen any core contention issues or performance degrading when using more vCPUs? I'm planning on adding an extra vCPU to each citrix server, leading to a total of 50 VCPUs for the farm.

    (A little info regarding the servers, they are win2k3r2sp2 standard boxes, 4GB ram, 4GB reservation and no vswap, Citrix MFPS4, running approximately 40 sessions/box), the hardware is 5 blades 4x4core Xeon bl680's)

    comments regarding any prior experience with such configs would be appreciated

    DB:2.95:Vcpus And Citrix Ps 4 3j


    We started with 1 vCPU and upgraded to 2 vCPU's. Seem to get a little better performance. Take a look at these best practices for Citrix on Vmware

    http://virtrix.blogspot.com/2007/03/vmware-best-practices-for-deploying.html

    http://viops.vmware.com/home/message/1573#1573

    One thing to look at is how you setup VMware tools if you ar doing folder redirection. We excluded installed shared folders.

    Mike

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.95

    DB:2.95:What Is Diffrence Between Cpu, Core, Vcpu 1s



    what is diffrence between cpu, core, vcpu?

    DB:2.95:What Is Diffrence Between Cpu, Core, Vcpu 1s

    Hi Ameen,

    It gives me more idea. Thank you very much.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.95

    DB:2.95:Thread: Vcpu Recommendations 3p


    Hi,

    I\'m about to install OES2SP2 under VMware ESXi4, are there any recommendations on how many vCPU should be used for the server?

    Thanks,

    Thomas

    DB:2.95:Thread: Vcpu Recommendations 3p

    I\'d advice to not use noop in XEN, but rather the cfq or whatever it is instead. At least in my testing, along with a long-standing SR I have open, XEN benefits from that instead of the default of noop. I\'ve not actually noticed much difference in vmware between the command schedulers.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.95

    DB:2.95:Cant Suspend Vms x3



    Hi all,

    Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| -

    Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| POST(no connection): VMware Server unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| Unexpected signal: 6.Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| A log file is available in "/opt/vmware/virtual_machines_productive/brcheck1.oew.de/vmware.log". A core file is available in "/opt/vmware/virtual_machines_productive/brcheck1.oew.de/core.11566". Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file.Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| To collect files to submit to VMware support, run vm-support.Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0|Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| Loop on signal 6 -- tid 11539 at 0xffffe405.Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| Panic loopMar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| Backtrace:Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| Backtrace[0] 0xf3645e6c eip 0x805af90Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| Backtrace[1] 0xf364628c eip 0x80c02bcMar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| Backtrace[2] 0xf364635c eip 0x80f3447Mar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| Backtrace[3] 0xf36463cc eip 0x80f32daMar 05 10:41:42: vcpu-0| Backtrace[4] 0x002d13 eip 0xffffe500

    DB:2.95:Cant Suspend Vms x3


    After installing libgcc.i386 everything is working as expected. Thanks, Kevin

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.94

    DB:2.94:Sql Server 2005 Cpu Timing Issues - Vmware Related? 88


    We are getting this on a few of our 64 bit 2 vCPU SQL 2005 servers. The article states that if there is a significant change in clock speed, this error can pop up. Would anything ESX does with clock cycles create this error - I assume it could.

    The time stamp counter of CPU on scheduler id 2 is not synchronized with other CPUs

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/931279

    DB:2.94:Sql Server 2005 Cpu Timing Issues - Vmware Related? 88

    A little more info...

    Our boxes have AMD Opteron 2220 dual core processors. I can't find anything definitive yet, but I believe they have CPU Stepping / Power Now! features, which according to the article, can cause this error.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.94

    DB:2.94:Vmware Linux Guest Slowing To Stop Since Promoting A Second Server To A Domain Controller az



    I am running VMware Server 1.0.3 build 44356 host on a Windows Server 2003 Std with SP2, with two guests: (1) a Windows Server 2003 that serves as our primary domain controller and (2) a Linux based server with Red Hat as our web server for our in-house web page and email server. I recently set up a second Windows Server 2003 R-2, SP2 as a second domain controller for redundency sake. This second server is not a virtual server that also serves as our anti-virus server (Kaspersky) and Ghost imaging server. Until recently it was a stand alone member server in our domain, and no issues occurred until I promoted it to a DC with Active Directory shared from our virtualized primary DC.

    Now, on occasion, we have had two seemingly random outages which have slowed the Linux based web server to a halt causing our client PCs to not access the in-house web page and email program. Upon viewing the VMware logs for that server I find the following:

    .....

    Nov 19 16:28:11: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command READ(10) took 50.973 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:29:21: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 34.574 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:29:21: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 34.574 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:29:21: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 34.574 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:29:55: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command READ(10) took 34.183 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:29:58: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command READ(10) took 2.195 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:30:01: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command READ(10) took 2.342 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:05: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 65.327 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:05: vmx| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 65.327 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 101.861 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37944340 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 101.974 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37941820 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 101.974 seconds (ok)

    ....

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.998 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37941460 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.998 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37944280 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.998 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37942000 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.998 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37944100 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.998 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37943c80 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.998 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37942420 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.998 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37943ce0 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.999 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37942cc0 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.999 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x379421e0 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.999 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37943320 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 90.999 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37942120 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 36.646 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37941880 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0:0: Command WRITE(10) took 36.646 seconds (ok)

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| LSI: CCB 0x37943920 cmd 0x2a btstat 0 sdstat 0 resid 0 completed during target or adapter reset

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:31:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:31:43: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:31:45: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:31:45: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:31:46: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:31:57: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:31:58: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:31:58: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:32:02: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:32:03: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:32:03: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:32:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:32:42: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:32:43: vcpu-0| SCSI0: RESET BUS

    Nov 19 16:39:57: mks| SOCKET 1 recv error 10054: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host

    Nov 19 16:39:57: mks| SOCKET 1 destroying VNC backend on socket error: 10054

    At this point the only way to correct this issue was to physically reboot the Host server which corrected the problem each time.

    Is this an issue related to promoting the stand alone server to a second domain controller? Does this cause the Linux Virtual guest to use too many resources on the host or is the combination of the two virtual guests and second DC using too many host resources? Should I demote the second DC back to a member server? Or, preferably, can anything else be done to correct this issue within VMware or anywhere for that matter? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Also, I have attached the latest VMware log for the Linux server in its entirity.

    Thank you!

    DB:2.94:Vmware Linux Guest Slowing To Stop Since Promoting A Second Server To A Domain Controller az


    Welcome to the forums!

    The only relationships between the virtual guests and the physical host I can see are:

    1. AD replication

    2. AD authentication from the Linux host, if used.

    Both shouldn't bring your virtual guests to a halt. Have you checked in the Linux guest what "top" is telling you regarding utilization?

    Any erros in the DC's evenet logs?

    What kind of physical network do you use?

    Are the guests bridged?

    Are the VMware Tools installed inside the guests?

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  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.94

    DB:2.94:Unable To Connect To The Mks: The Operation Is Not Allowed In The Current State 9f



    Hi All,

    After upgrading vmware tools we have a problem while backing up a vm guest with avamar. VM freezes and it says; "Unable to connect to the MKS: The operation is not allowed in the current state". it can be only stopped by killing the task on the service console on the esx host.

    VMware vCenter Server 5.1 - 5.1.U1b-1235232

    2013-12-19T00:49:15.146Z| vcpu-1| W110: MONITOR PANIC: vcpu-0:NOT_IMPLEMENTED devices/vide/iovmk/videVMK-vmkio.c:1492

    2013-12-19T00:49:15.156Z| vcpu-1| I120: Core dump with build build-1065491

    2013-12-19T00:49:15.156Z| vcpu-0| I120: Exiting vcpu-0

    2013-12-19T00:49:15.156Z| vcpu-1| W110: Writing monitor corefile "/vmfs/volumes/4ff12f8d-9d4d7a89-9341-e4135bb796b4/TEADEV/vmmcores.gz"

    2013-12-19T00:49:15.202Z| vcpu-1| I120: Saving anonymous memory

    2013-12-19T00:49:15.209Z| vcpu-1| W110: Dumping core for vcpu-0

    2013-12-19T00:49:15.209Z| vcpu-1| I120: CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privileges

    2013-12-19T00:49:15.209Z| vcpu-1| I120: VMK Stack for vcpu 0 is at 0x412248155000

    2013-12-19T00:49:15.209Z| vcpu-1| I120: Beginning monitor coredump

    2013-12-19T00:49:16.454Z| vcpu-1| I120: End monitor coredump

    2013-12-19T00:49:16.455Z| vcpu-1| W110: Dumping core for vcpu-1

    2013-12-19T00:49:16.455Z| vcpu-1| I120: CoreDump: dumping core with superuser privileges

    2013-12-19T00:49:16.455Z| vcpu-1| I120: VMK Stack for vcpu 1 is at 0x4122481d5000

    2013-12-19T00:49:16.455Z| vcpu-1| I120: Beginning monitor coredump

    2013-12-19T00:49:17.420Z| vcpu-1| I120: End monitor coredump

    2013-12-19T00:49:17.421Z| vcpu-1| W110: Dumping extended monitor data

    2013-12-19T00:49:31.966Z| vcpu-1| W110: A core file is available in "/vmfs/volumes/4ff12f8d-9d4d7a89-9341-e4135bb796b4/TEADEV/vmx-zdump.000"

    2013-12-19T00:49:31.966Z| vcpu-1| I120: Msg_Post: Error

    2013-12-19T00:49:31.966Z| vcpu-1| I120: [msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware ESX unrecoverable error: (vcpu-1)

    2013-12-19T00:49:31.966Z| vcpu-1| I120+ vcpu-0:NOT_IMPLEMENTED devices/vide/iovmk/videVMK-vmkio.c:1492

    2013-12-19T00:49:31.966Z| vcpu-1| I120: [msg.panic.haveLog] A log file is available in "/vmfs/volumes/4ff12f8d-9d4d7a89-9341-e4135bb796b4/TEADEV/vmware.log".

    2013-12-19T00:49:31.966Z| vcpu-1| I120: [msg.panic.requestSupport.withoutLog] You can request support.

    2013-12-19T00:49:31.966Z| vcpu-1| I120: [msg.panic.requestSupport.vmSupport.vmx86]

    2013-12-19T00:49:31.966Z| vcpu-1| I120+ To collect data to submit to VMware technical support, run "vm-support".

    2013-12-19T00:49:31.966Z| vcpu-1| I120: [msg.panic.response] We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

    DB:2.94:Unable To Connect To The Mks: The Operation Is Not Allowed In The Current State 9f


    We realized that the problem is our firewall checkpoints url filtering service. when we disabled it everything starts to working fine.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.94

    DB:2.94:Cdrom Emulation Failing f1



    On ESXi 4.1 Update2, I have started building a VM and have attached an ISO to the virtual CDROM and it is failing with the following from the vmware.log:

    Oct 24 12:05:01.365: vcpu-0| CDROM: Mode Sense for Unsupported Page 0x1BOct 24 12:05:01.365: vcpu-0| SCSI DEVICE (ide0:0): MODE SENSE(10) for unsupported page 0x1bOct 24 12:05:01.494: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 starting feature 0Oct 24 12:05:01.494: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 starting feature 0Oct 24 12:05:01.494: vcpu-0| CDROM: Emulate GET CONFIGURATION RT 0 starting feature 0Oct 24 12:05:01.494: vcpu-0| CDROM: Accepting Event Status Notification 0Oct 24 12:05:01.494: vcpu-0| CDROM: Failed on unsupported 0x4a event 0Oct 24 12:05:01.495: vcpu-0| CDROM ide0:0: CMD 0x4a (*UNKNOWN (0x4a)*) FAILED (key 0x5 asc 0x24 ascq 0)Oct 24 12:05:01.495: vcpu-0| CDROM: Unknown command 0xA4.Oct 24 12:05:01.495: vcpu-0| CDROM ide0:0: CMD 0xa4 (*UNKNOWN (0xa4)*) FAILED (key 0x5 asc 0x20 ascq 0)

    I have tried changing this back and forth from ide1:0 and ide0:0 to no avail. I have seen other posts from years ago with similar issues, but have not found a solid resolution. I can't get the OS to start loading on the vmdk, so I am kind of stuck. I am having to do all of this from cli for DR test preflight tests.

    The server is an IBM xSeries which actually has the hyper-v onboard for install, but I went ahead and downloaded and installed from disk. Any and all help is greatly appreciated.

    DB:2.94:Cdrom Emulation Failing f1


    This is normal? Anyway, works fine when viewing via vSphere client and not trying to force it over VNC.

  • RELEVANCY SCORE 2.94

    DB:2.94:Questions About Esxtop Output 38



    Hello,

    I run `esxtop` in batch mode, and i redirect output to file, and i want to ask about what are meaning the next fileds :

    "Physical Cpu(0)\% Processor Time"

    "Physical Cpu(0)\% Util Time"

    "Physical Cpu(0)\% Core Util Time"

    Also,look at these

    "Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Used""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Run""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% System""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Wait""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% VmWait""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Ready""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Idle""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Overlap""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% CoStop""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Max Limited""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Swap Wait""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Used""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Run""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% System""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Wait""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% VmWait""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Ready""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Idle""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Overlap""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% CoStop""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Max Limited""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Swap Wait"

    what is the meaning of each field (i.e what is meaning "1" and "8193" and "idle2")?

    Thanks

    DB:2.94:Questions About Esxtop Output 38


    Hello,

    I run `esxtop` in batch mode, and i redirect output to file, and i want to ask about what are meaning the next fileds :

    "Physical Cpu(0)\% Processor Time"

    "Physical Cpu(0)\% Util Time"

    "Physical Cpu(0)\% Core Util Time"

    Also,look at these

    "Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Used""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Run""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% System""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Wait""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% VmWait""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Ready""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Idle""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Overlap""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% CoStop""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Max Limited""Vcpu(1:idle:8193:idle1)\% Swap Wait""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Used""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Run""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% System""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Wait""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% VmWait""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Ready""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Idle""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Overlap""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% CoStop""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Max Limited""Vcpu(1:idle:8194:idle2)\% Swap Wait"

    what is the meaning of each field (i.e what is meaning "1" and "8193" and "idle2")?

    Thanks