My solution to slow Oracle VirtualBox Linux guests #virtualbox #linux

(Last Updated On: November 23, 2012)

My solution to slow Oracle VirtualBox Linux guests #virtualbox #linux

This drove me frigging nut a VirtualBox was the problem for my slow Linux based guests.

https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=48152

‘ve got the solution! I created a complete new VM for rhel6 and made a base installation. The new vm was running very well so I compared the settings from my very slow vm created along time ago with VB 3 and noticed that on the newly created vm under VB 4 “Enable IO APIC” (System –> Motherboard –> Extended Features) was selected. I selected it too and surprise surprise, the vm runs as expected!

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