FreeBSD amd64 randomly reboots under high load (KVM)
mamamtum at gmail.com
Mon Nov 17 18:02:52 UTC 2014
What is your hypervisor's hardware spec, meaning is there AMD cpu, perhaps Ipteron? Because in my case, after switching HW (to intel based), the issue seems is gone. The guest is working stable now.
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On 17/11/14 11:55:24,
Andrew McDonnell <bugs at andrewmcdonnell.net> wrote:
>> I'm experiencing strange behaviour with any FreeBSD 64bit running under KVM
>> Qemu. When machine is under high load for example compiling from ports,
>> after a random time it will get rebooted with no piece of information in
>> logs or what so ever. In this case I'm unable to get any kernel
>> panic/traces (kdb is enabled). On the KVM side also there are no error
>> This is confirmed on FreeBSD amd64 8.4; 9.0; 9.1; 9.2-RC and 10-Current.
>> Anyone experienced such behaviour on 64bits or mayby have a clue how can I
>> debug this?
>This exactly is happening to me now.
>My host is a Debian Wheezy AMD64 running Qemu kvm 2.0.0+dfsg-4~bpo70+1
>My guest is FreeBSD 10 FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE (GENERIC) #0 r260789
>And part way through make world via freebsd-wifi-build/build/bin/build I am
>experiencing spontaneous reboots.
>My kvm command line is:
>kvm --enable-kvm -localtime -m 1536 -smp 2 -k en-us -hda freebsd.qcow2 \
> -soundhw sb16 -net nic -net user,hostfwd=tcp::62222-:22 -monitor stdio
>I built this VM and a build of world kernel install etc. completed without
>But today when I repeated after a clean I am experiencing the problem.
>I am wondering whether having accidentally killed the guest corrupted to disk
>somehow, but the problem keeps happening even after running fsck on /
>> With kind regards,
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