I upgraded my instance using `freebsd-update upgrade -r 11.2-RELEASE` and did first reboot after new kernel was installed.
Kernel panic while loading package's driver caused reboot loop.
I had to enter the single-user mode and deinstall this package and virtuabox-ose (both version 5.2.12).
I didn't caught the exception, but have results of savecore, should I attach them here?
HPE ProLiant ML10 Gen9
E3-1225v5 NHP Tower(4U)/Xeon4C 3.3GHz(8MB)/8GB UD_2133/IntelRST(ZM/RAID 0/1/10/5)/1TB 7.2k SATA 6G(up4/6)LFF/noDVD/Intel AMT 11.0/1NHPFan/1GBEth/300W(NHP)
With an additional Intel NIC (Intel EXPI9301CTBLK)
This was a KBI breakage. You need to re-install virtualbox-ose-kmod from ports. Since you have deleted virtualbox-ose, you will also need to reinstall it but this may be done either from ports or packages.
Seeing the same issue on a Thinkpad I just upgraded.
1. Boot from a USB stick or DVD
2. Select Live CD
3. Log in as root
4. mount /dev/ada0p2 /mnt
5. vi /mnt/boot/loader.conf
Comment out vboxdrv_load="YES"
6. vi /mnt/etc/rc.conf
Comment out vboxnet_enable="YES"
(In reply to Jason W. Bacon from comment #3)
And then re-install the virtualbox-ose-kmod port. Re-installing the package won't help. If virtuwlbox-ose is the same version as your current port version of the kmod, that should do the trick. You may need to pull the port down from svn or git repo.
So is the current package for 11.2 built on 11.1? Any guess on when the package for 11.2 will be fixed? Or is this a matter of fixing the kernel? Thanks...
(In reply to Jason W. Bacon from comment #5)
It is my understanding that pacages are built on the oldest supported release of each major version, so packages will not be built on 11.2 for a very long time.
There needs to be a solution for this, but it's not obvious to me.
I could build an 11.2 package and place it on my server, but you really should not trust it. Perhaps a spcial build of this and the nvidia modules could be arranged.
I wouldn't bother building special packages. The only real solution is one that prevents "pkg upgrade" from rendering systems unbootable by installing an incompatible module.
I'll hold off on upgrading any other systems that run VirtualBox until the official package works on 11.2.
(In reply to Jason W. Bacon from comment #7)
We still need a solution for both VB and nvidia. There won't be an 11.2 build until October, when 11.1 is EOL.