VBoxClient: Service main loop failed:VERR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED
FreeBSD (my host) 10.2-RELEASE FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE #0 r286666: Wed Aug 12 19:31:38 UTC 2015 email@example.com:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386
Upon entering Xfce desktop, displays this message. I'm testing FreeBSD 10.1 i386 in VirtualBox machine, any solutions?
Can you expand on this? I do not think this is true (ignoring jails). Like bhyve VirtualBox also has a part of it running inside the kernel, so I would think it does not provide any more separation than bhyve.FreeBSD inside Virtualbox provide complete separation, unlike jails or bhyve.
I will someday stubble on that article again soon I hope and post the link. He even has some statistic… But I really think so too tobik. I must be losing faith, now believing everything I read on google, even though I witness this everyday with TOP running, with XP as guest, the host eat memory like it going out of style if XP do stuff like copying large files or even opening many windows in Opera no matter how much memory I allocate it. Windows eats little like it always does. They say it is doing me a favor by putting free-memory in the inactive box. That is one story I will never believe. This part of the system was invented 30+ years ago. Back when they had less than a 5 mb hard drives and a kilobyte to a few mb of memory at best. They had to do something, and never expected what we have today..Can you expand on this? I do not think this is true (ignoring jails). Like bhyve VirtualBox also has a part of it running inside the kernel, so I would think it does not provide any more separation than bhyve.
kern.geom.debugflags=0x10 # if operation not permitted sysctl kern.geom.debugflags=16 # after done turn back on or reboot
wblock@, do you also run FreeBSD as guest under this host?Please do not use those debugflags settings. It allows you to damage partitions. If you want to be able to write to a partition, it must not be mounted.
Buffer usage will increase when VMs write to files acting as virtual disks. This is harmless. Those buffers will be released if anything needs memory. If anything re-reads that part of the file, it will be faster because it is already in memory.
And yes, I usually use FreeBSD as the host also.
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Thank you rhamilton828 for starting this thread back up. Now even I got a chance to move on to the next dilemma.I get the same error as the OP ...
.... I am not sure what logs to look in to even start diagnosing this.
The best part about this is if you know all you need before-hand, you would only have to do this once a week/month or year. For extremely paranoid people like myself; FreeBSD say you better be, I’ll just use scp(1) and the cd.wblock@ said: use scp(1) and NFS or possibly a FUSE filesystem like sshfs(1) to interact with the host.
rm -Pr /myblock/FreeBSD.vdi
cp -pr /mypar/FreeBSD.vdi /myblock/FreeBSD.vdi
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The virtualbox-ose-additions must be installed separately on FreeBSD of virtualbox, window 7 in virtualbox no errors the guest.drhowarddrfine said:I have virutalbox-ose-kmod and guest additions installed but it seems guest additions has been integrated and doesn't need to be installed separately?