[PVE-User] System hangs / CPU 100% Windows 2008 Server
aderumier at odiso.com
Wed Sep 5 15:52:52 CEST 2012
>>Also, have you tried to put "args: -no-hpet" in the vm config file?
-no-hpet is already passed if you use win7/win2008 ostype in your vm config file
Also is it win2008 32bit or x64 ?
----- Mail original -----
De: "Massimo Santoro" <massimo at tuxel.com>
À: "Martin Schuchmann" <ms at city-pc.de>
Cc: pve-user at pve.proxmox.com
Envoyé: Mercredi 5 Septembre 2012 14:37:15
Objet: Re: [PVE-User] System hangs / CPU 100% Windows 2008 Server
On 05/09/2012 13:52, Martin Schuchmann wrote:
> Hi Massimo,
> Thanks for that advice!
> I have checked the bios and according to HP Support it is already a
> corrected version from May 2011.
> I think if it would be caused by a hardware error, the problem would
> occur on other guests on this host also, or the complete host should
> freeze up?
> On the same machine is a Win 2008 SBS running - for 6 month without
> any error.
> The node which is freezing is used as a Terminalserver with about 5-10
> active Users.
We have several win2008 std (not r2) installations. Many of them
suffered of system hangs (blue screen) or cpu 100% hangs while other
guests were still running fine. Updating the bios solved all those issues.
We found out though that the most stable setup is using IDE and e1000
(no virtio devices). Have you tried this?
Also, have you tried to put "args: -no-hpet" in the vm config file?
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