Please could you post additional info like:
- Guest OS and version
- screenshot about stack dump
- a screenshot or description about virtual hardware
In some cases, changing virtual disk controller type could solve boot problem...
screen dump is attached
Q: is there a way to route the OS boot output to a file? Because it scrolls by so fast and once it blows up I can't scroll back up from this stack dump to see what was going on...
the fusion VM is running 32bit CentOS 6.3
disk controller SCSI
dump.tiff 161.1 K
about controller: which SCSI controller? Buslogin, LSI Logic Parallel, LSI logic SAS, VMware paravirtual... Could you post a screenshot about virtual hardware? Did you resize vmdks?
not sure what you are asking for ... when i go into settings in the fusion VM (before conversion) all I see are 3 options 'SCSI, IDE, SATA) .. I'm set to SCSI
two other very similar VMs converted just fine but this one ... no ....
if I could figure out how to see the linux boot log before it blows up I might be able to figure this out but there is no scroll bar on the VM window....
should see in vpshere client...