Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

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Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby frg » 31. May 2019, 10:12


ModEdit; related ticket: #18766: 6.0.10 r132072 crashes Windows VM when Shared Folders are used

Anyone seeing a bluescreen in the guest using the latest 6.0.9 guest addtions? Medium or even some shared folder usage will trigger it. Latest working for me is 6.0.9-130641.
Tried with Server 2012 R2 and 2016 so far. Win 7 seems to be unaffected.

Excerpt from the log.
00:02:21.771154 GIM: HyperV: Guest indicates a fatal condition! P0=0x1e P1=0xffffffffc0000005 P2=0xfffff800e3f08211 P3=0x0 P4=0xffffffffffffffff
00:02:21.771229 GIMHv: BugCheck 1e {ffffffffc0000005, fffff800e3f08211, 0, ffffffffffffffff}
00:02:21.771230 KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
00:02:21.771231 P1: ffffffffc0000005 - exception code - STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION
00:02:21.771231 P2: fffff800e3f08211 - EIP/RIP
00:02:21.771231 P3: 0000000000000000 - Xcpt param #0
00:02:21.771231 P4: ffffffffffffffff - Xcpt param #1
00:02:22.791685 Display::i_handleDisplayResize: uScreenId=0 pvVRAM=00000000121f0000 w=640 h=480 bpp=0 cbLine=0x140 flags=0x0 origin=0,0

You don't even see the screen just the last pictures resized to 640x480 when it happens.

If it is not just me/my system I will open a full bug report but would like to know first.

Host is Windows 8.1
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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby scottgus1 » 31. May 2019, 15:27

Log excerpts rarely are helpful. Zipped full logs have a better chance.
Additionally, we are users, not the devs. If you are using a test build (odd-numbered version) this info should go to those who provided the test build. Check for where you downloaded the test build and see if there is a place to post this zipped full log & description of the problem there.
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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby frg » 31. May 2019, 17:02

> Log excerpts rarely are helpful. Zipped full logs have a better chance.

I just want some confirmation before I open a bug report or pursue this further. If you are using a test build its pretty easy to confirm. If not just skip this post :)

Win 10 1903 just dies when accessing the vm shared folder. The 6.0.97 130969 actually actually work despite probably not supported in any way with 6.0 so this seems to be confined to current 6.0.9.

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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby socratis » 31. May 2019, 17:31

frg wrote:I just want some confirmation before I open a bug report or pursue this further

Right. Don't open a ticket yet. And as scottgus1 said, start by posting a complete VBox.log from such a session.

We need to see a complete VBox.log, from a complete VM run, where the problem occurs:
  • Start the VM from cold-boot (not from a paused or saved state) / Observe problem / Shutdown the VM (force close it if you have to).
  • With the VM completely shut down (not paused or saved), right-click on the VM in the VirtualBox Manager and select "Show Log".
  • Save only the first "VBox.log", ZIP it and attach it to your response. See the "Upload attachment" tab below the reply form.
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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby frg » 31. May 2019, 23:23

I looked at the logs before and there isn't much in it. No hardening errors or obvious hints. I see a few error messages wrt D3D but that is it.

> Successfully mounted 'VMTransfer' on 'Y:

Y: is mounted and Win 10 1903 like the VM server systems goes down pretty fast afterwards accessing it.
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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby frg » 18. Jul 2019, 22:52

Well I didn't file a bug but the issue is still present in 6.0.10 as others now found out :) Caused by exe files in the shared dir it looks.

Seems to be:
https://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/18766

Workaround for me is to just use the latest 6.0.97 guest additions. The ones from 6.0.8 should also be ok.

Affects all Windows versions. I think the latest 6.0.9 guest additions working for me was VBoxGuestAdditions_6.0.9-130641.iso

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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby fostog » 18. Jul 2019, 23:13

I confirm this problem after updating to 6.0.10
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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby JayEm » 18. Jul 2019, 23:30

Same here on Win10 Guest and Win7 Guest (x64).
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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby socratis » 19. Jul 2019, 00:11

@ALL
  • What's your host? Exactly please, including build, version, bitness (32- or 64-bit).
  • What's your guest? Exactly please, including build, version, bitness (32- or 64-bit).
  • What's the share type? Read-Only or Read-Write? Auto-mounted or not? Letter manually assigned or not, if auto-mounted?
Examples that I've actually tried:
  • Host: OSX 10.11.6 (15G22010).
  • Guest: Windows 7, build 7601 SP1, 32-bit.
  • Share: Read-only, NOT automounted.
  • Result: NO CRASH
  • Host: Mint 19, 4.18.0-17-generic !#18~18.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Fri Mar 15 15:27:12 UTC 2019 x86_64.
  • Guest: Windows 7, build 7601 SP1, 32-bit.
  • Share: Read-only, NOT automounted.
  • Result: NO CRASH
I have a feeling that it's for Read-Write shares, where the Windows Explorer is trying to create or modify the "Thumbnails.db". I have that turned off on my Win VMs, maybe that's why I can't reproduce it.

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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in 6.0.9 test builds (#18766)

Postby frg » 19. Jul 2019, 09:15

For me it occurs with a r/w automounted share. 2 Different 8.1 Pro hosts (Core2Duo and Dual Xeon E5 V2). Windows 7 x64 sometimes takes longer to go down. Server 2012 R2 2016 Windows 10 x64 Windows 8.1 more or less an immediate guest crash. Log from above still applies.
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Document sharing hangs after upgrade from VB 5.6 to 6.0.10

Postby virtualBSB » 19. Jul 2019, 09:40

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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby socratis » 19. Jul 2019, 09:43

@VirtualBSB
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After updating to Virtualbox 6.0.10 Guest Additions, having automount folders crashes on log in

Postby TGVoid » 20. Jul 2019, 07:52

After I upgraded the guest additions software to 6.0.10 (after updating VirtualBox), having a automount shared folder enabled makes the guest crash after a log in. I tried reinstalling the guest additions software multiple times to no available. Are there any other solutions?

Edit:
Both my guest and host are running Windows 10 1903. I upgraded my guest from 1809 to 1903 to attempt to fix the problem.
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Re: After updating to Virtualbox 6.0.10 Guest Additions, having automount folders crashes on log in

Postby andyp73 » 20. Jul 2019, 07:59

Can you temporarily remove this shared folder from the guest and repeat the same process with a new VirtualBox shared folder created to an empty directory on the host.

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Re: Guest Bluescreen using shared folders in VirtualBox > 6.0.9 (#18766)

Postby socratis » 20. Jul 2019, 08:13

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