Persistent System Crash Remains....

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Persistent System Crash Remains....

Postby Grey Dog » 13. Jun 2019, 18:51

Hi All,

MacOS 10.14.5 (Mojave)
VirtualBox 6.0.8

Been having intermittent issues with booting up VMs. After about 5 seconds, the entire system freezes and then goes down for a hard boot with a quick flurry of fan activity.

Fixes already applied from other threads:
- the apple firmware update as issued about 2-3 weeks ago
- the "spctl kext-consent add VB5E2TV963" in Recovery Mode
- checked the macos coredump for conflicting and com.Logitech.Control Center.HID Drivers. --> Neither present

Attaching my coredump and "kextstat | grep -v" ......Scratch that: I'm being told that my zipped file is too big for the maximum 256K. Really?? Wow....

Just at a total loss. Prior to the firmware fix, it was happening every other VM boot. Now it's more like every fourth or thereabouts....

Any advice appreciated,

- gerlach
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Re: Persistent System Crash Remains....

Postby andyp73 » 16. Jun 2019, 17:09

The list of third party kernel extensions appears to include the Radio Silence firewall and Palo Alto Network's Global Protect. I would try disabling / uninstalling both of these (temporarily) and see if the situation improves.

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