Also if it helps, I just timed the exact same VM but instead with 2GB of memory and it took 25 seconds to resume. This is super excessive as in other rare times the resume is under 5 seconds. From a system perspective, this is running on a 2013 Haswell MacBook Air with 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD (with 116GB free space). There's definitely lots of RAM available and in this most recent instance all other apps were closed and Fusion was the only item open and running.
VMWare, let me know if you'd like some logs or if there's anything I can do to help out in this space. I'd really, really hate to see this issue continue into the production version of the product.
Thx for using Fusion. What's the host of Mac you used? Do you have sufficient hard disk on host? Can you consistently reproduce the problem? I tried on my env, can't reproduce the problem. My host is Mac OS X 10.9.5, guest VM is Win7.
And if you can consistently reproduce the problem, pls help collect Fusion support bundle:
Click Help -> Collect Support Information, and it will generate related log zip file(usually this file saved to your desktop).
As the bundle is always big, if can't upload here, pls uploaded to below ftp server, and let me know your log file name, Thx a lot.
FTP Server: ftpsite.vmware.com
Thx a lot for your great effort in advance.
And what version of Fusion you used? If it's Fusion 6, could you try to install Fusion 7 Tech Preview, and see whether the problem still on Fusion 7?
Thx a lot.
The Mac host is a 2013 MacBook Pro with 8 GB of RAM and 110 GB of disk space available. Yes, I can consistently reproduce the problem. The host OS is something newer than yours, beta 7 although the problem has been pretty consistent under 10.9.x previously. I'll upload the logs to the ftp site in the next few minutes. This problem has occurred in the latest production version of Fusion as well as the current Technology Preview, Professional Version e.x.p (1943533).