[PVE-User] Rebooting from within KVM

Phil Stoneman pws at corefiling.com
Thu Mar 24 09:31:26 CET 2011

On 24/03/11 02:31, Corey Quinn wrote:
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> I've found that rebooting KVM machines from within the KVM (Windows 2008 R2 64 bit is the OS at this point; I haven't tried with anything else yet) makes the system do its reboot dance, but the ve never comes back up-- the guest has to be started from the ProxMox interface.
> The only interesting message in syslog:
> Mar 23 19:28:53 vm11 kernel: kvm: 900: cpu0 unhandled wrmsr: 0x198 data 0
> A "qm start $VEID" starts the system up correctly.   How would I troubleshoot this further?

Hi Corey

I found that some Windows 2008 R2 64 guests didn't reboot cleanly either 
- but swapping the virtio network card for an e1000 network card seemed 
to clear it up for me.


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