Created attachment 197171 [details]
Screenshot when updating from ALPHA3 to ALPHA4
I'm tracking head with VirtualBox VM. Every time new snapshot is released I update to same revision. So buildworld, buildkernel and installkernel always complete sucsessfully. But when rebooting system always crashes with 'Fatal trap 9: general protection fault while in kernel mode' message. And if I closed VM window and restart VM, new kernel start up without any problem.
Attached PNG file is a screenshot when updating from ALPHA3 to ALPHA4.
Conditions about VM and host are following:
Disk: 100GB SATA
CPU: Intel Core i7 4770S
Disk: 2TB SATA
OS: 64bit Windows 10 Enterprise 1803
Created attachment 197172 [details]
Screenshot when updating from ALPHA4 to ALPHA5
Attached PNG file is screenshot when updating from ALPHA4 to ALPHA5. Backtrace is added according to advice of Mark Johnston(email@example.com).
Created attachment 197211 [details]
Screenshot when updating from ALPHA5 to ALPHA6
Attached file is screenshot when updating from ALPHA5 to ALPHA6.
Created attachment 197321 [details]
Screenshot when updating from ALPHA6 to ALPHA7
Attached PNG file is screenshot when updating from ALPHA6 to ALPHA7.
Looks like duplicate of PR/227784
(In reply to Yasuhiro KIMURA from comment #0)
My amd64 FreeBSD is in a Virtual Box on macOS on a MacBookPro.
I build FreeBSD from source and have been updating as 12 went
through the ALPHA*'s and before. I do have virtualbox-ose-additions
built and installed that I've been keeping up to date in the VM
# pkg info virtualbox-ose-additions
Name : virtualbox-ose-additions
Version : 5.2.18_1
Installed on : Sat Sep 15 13:50:41 2018 PDT
Origin : emulators/virtualbox-ose-additions
Architecture : FreeBSD:12:amd64
Prefix : /usr/local
Categories : emulators kld
Licenses : GPLv2
Maintainer : vbox@FreeBSD.org
WWW : http://www.virtualbox.org/
Comment : VirtualBox additions for FreeBSD guests
DBUS : on
DEBUG : off
OPENGL : off
X11 : on
. . .
(I'm not actively using X11 despite the option.)
I've not had any problems with shutdown -r now after
This suggests needing to figure out what contributes to
having the problem vs. not having it. I've no clue at this
Sometimes I'm synchronized to a version between ALPHAs. All
have behaved just fine for installing updates and rebooting.
(In reply to Mark Millard from comment #5)
My context is strictly UFS based, no ZFS.
While updating from ALPHA7 to ALPHA8, reboot succeeded without crash. So this problem may be resolved. But just in case I would like to wait next update to check if crash doesn't happen before closing this problem report.
(In reply to Yasuhiro KIMURA from comment #7)
While updating from ALPHA8 to ALPHA9 reboot succeeded without crash again. So I conclude the problem is fixed and close this bug report.