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Windows 2008 R2 on KVM, getting killed

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I have a KVM machine with CentOS 6.4 (64bit), I have a Linux guest running well on this, I created a Windows 2008 R2 guest and once I start it, after sometime all the host memory get exhausted and both the guests (linux+win) killed.

Host has 32 GB RAM, 8 GB is allocated to Linux guest and 8 GB to Windows. Any idea? anyone experienced similar issue?

posted Jul 6, 2013 by anonymous

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While I'm not running a W2k8 R2 VM, I do have a CentOS 6.4 host node that has three Windows VMs for testing (WinXP-32bit, Win7-64bit, and Win8-64bit) that has been running well. I also have a handful of other Linux VMs on that host with those Windows ones.

How long is "some time"? Sure sounds like a memory leak since the Windows VM will run for a little
while. What version of KVM are you running?

answer Jul 6, 2013 by anonymous
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