System doesn't resume with active vbox VM

David Demelier demelier.david at
Tue Mar 19 08:20:15 UTC 2013

If the system reboots then you have a panic. Can you add dumpdev="AUTO" in
your /etc/rc.conf? And then please give us a kernel panic backtrace :

2013/3/18 Dominic Fandrey <kamikaze at>

> My system doesn't resume with an active VirtualBox VM, in this case
> Windows XP/32. I didn't test any other systems.
> The system comes back to the console screen, but doesn't get back
> into X. After a couple of seconds (no dump occurs) I get the BIOS
> screen and the system reboots with unclean file systems.
> # uname -a
> FreeBSD mobileKamikaze.norad 9.1-STABLE FreeBSD 9.1-STABLE #3 r247136: Fri
> Feb 22 00:52:22 CET 2013     root at mobileKamikaze.norad:/usr/obj/HP6510b-9/amd64/usr/src/sys/HP6510b-9
>  amd64
> Hardware virtualization is turned on, the additions are installed
> in the VM.
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