hank wrote:Question -- anyone using _more_ than 8GB of RAM? Some suggestion above that the kernel crashes with the recent VBox happen with 8GB.
hank wrote:Won't somebody else go first trying out the new 4.1.8 to see if the kernel panics persist?
jglogan wrote:hank wrote:I'm going to try a quick stress test this morning and see if I can get it to fail.
hank wrote:thanks jglogan -- are you attaching crash logs to the report? It's
hank wrote:haven't risked 4.1.8 yet myself -- still at 4.0.14.
Saw this at Apple (other virtualization apps also have kernel panics):
Speculating, is something in the virtual machine software acting like a screwed up router? The first link in that Apple post includes:
"Note: It is possible, although very unlikely, that something on your network is sending your Mac malformed network packets which could cause recurring kernel panics. If the hardware and software on your Mac checks out as OK, check the devices on your network. Make sure your router's firmware is up-to-date, and that the router is not malfunctioning. Refer to your router's manufacturer for service and support."
Is the VBox 4.1.x possibly doing that?
stephen_liu wrote:i've uninstalled virtualbox and confirmed that the kexts are unloaded. will report back in a few days.
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