All Windows Server 2012 R2 Freezes randomly week to week!!! I had not had any luck getting XenServer 6. I believe I had XenServer 5. This can be very annoying to users. All Windows Server 2012 R2 Freezes randomly week to week!!! The only stable version that I can run is 12. Of course I also searched intensively the web, and a colleague was also unable to find any hint. Strangely I have a virtual machine that keeps constantly freezing for some seconds or minutes. I have checked that I am running the latest Windows 10 upadtes.
Jumping out of the guest into the host I notice it to is freezing requiring a complete reset of the computer. It showed as over half empty!! You do not get a log on screen, nor can you access anything on the computers while they are in this state, though the affected systems may respond to pings. If the issue is universal, I believe Microsoft will already will have a patched on it. I've tried with Process Hacker and with Task Manager, to no avail. So did not think to put it in one file. Can Any One Help to Solve My Problem? Update: After few tests, it still gives trouble.
Alas, it continually freezes where it requires a total hardware Host and Client reset. Just an update: - a single instance of XenServer 6. You can see those information in virtual machine settings. More like it does it enough that it is frustrating and of course I cant predict when it is going to happen. Does this sound similar to your problem? And don't roll out the issue of the hardware as well, software is seating on top of the hardware. Attached are screen shots of the errors I get. You do not get a log on screen, nor can you access anything on the computers while they are in this state, though the affected systems seem to respond to pings.
I was successful on first try using vsphere 5. I am trying this right now. It already has all the space it would ever need. You can hire him on. I have not figured out the setting so I can see my host drives though.
I hope this will be helpful for you. Solution: Changed the Auto-Protect code so that it does not lock the file usage. Click hardware tab to view the default devices added to the virtual machine. In the guest logs logs that are stored with the machine vmx file I only see two lines that seems to be recurrent : 1 vmx GuestRpcSendTimedOut: message to toolbox timed out. Anonymous is correct its the floppy drive. The games run fine for about 1 - 2 hrs.
So, back it is; to 12. I went a step further and tested turning each hardware device back on, one at a time. Any issues on the hardware will also cause problem on the software. Would rather save the space a bit. Does not leave much for the Host! This is the solution to constant freezing problem. I have not tried XenServer 6. Thanks a bunch for you article.
This information supplements the information found in the. I used local storage for this testing. I have attached a screen shot of my reserved memory. The worst thing you can do is cause the same problem you're running into now. I guess we'll have to wait for the new fix release. The statement forces the client to use the host's swap-file for memory backup.
Good point did not think of that : Ok here the details of my hardware. Turns out the floppy drive was culprit. During this hang, you cannot connect remotely to the systems using programs such as Remote Desktop Connection. Solution: Changed the Auto-Protect code so that it does not lock the file usage. During this hang, you cannot connect remotely to the systems using programs such as Remote Desktop Connection.