[Solved] VM linux kernel panic

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[Solved] VM linux kernel panic

Postby kennet » 18. Jun 2021, 06:55

Hi there i don't kwn how to fix, but i try in many ways...
and i was try to fix it in safemode / previews version i guest
i attach some VM log in .rar life
can you explain to me what am i did wrong with it?
thank you
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Re: VM linux kernel panic

Postby mpack » 18. Jun 2021, 10:10

Try reducing the number of cores to 2. You currently assign more cores than you actually have, leaving negative cores for the host. Starving the host (where the VBox simulation runs) of CPU will not lead to good performance in the VM.
00:00:04.234496 CPUM: Physical host cores: 4 // This is how many cores you have, in total.
...
00:00:03.295702 NumCPUs <integer> = 0x0000000000000005 (5) // This is how many cores you assigned to the VM.


I don't see any other issues at the moment. I'm not convinced that the above will solve your issue, as "Unable to mount root fs" looks more like a guest problem to me, e.g. caused by cloning a drive and thus changing the UUID. Perhaps Google can help.

On the bright side, thanks for providing a log without waiting to be prompted.
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Re: VM linux kernel panic

Postby kennet » 23. Jun 2021, 05:02

<3 Thank You Some much Dear there, Its work finally
thank you
thank you
thank you
a lots of love from MALAYSIA
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MAY GOD BLESS YOU


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Re: VM linux kernel panic

Postby mpack » 23. Jun 2021, 10:09

Thanks for reporting back.
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