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  Hi,

 

I have many VMs (Ubuntu-Bionic, Xenial, KDE Neon) sporadically crashes after Update to v. 15.5.0. If I go rollback to v. 15.1.0 all VMs are running without Errors. I have tested in two Bionic Host OS, the same result. The Display Settings of a VM are default (Accelerate 3D Grafics and 768 MB Grafics Memory, open-vm-tools, open-vm-tools-desktop are installed in Guests.

 

In vmware.log:

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| E105: PANIC: Unexpected signal: 11.

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| W115:

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| W115+ The core dump limit is set to ZERO; no core dump should be expected

 

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125: Panic: panic from signal, skipping monitor coredump.

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125: Msg_Post: Error

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125: [msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vmx)

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125+ Unexpected signal: 11.

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125: [msg.panic.haveLog] A log file is available in “/media/sdd1-VM-SDD/vmware/Bionic-Host/vmware.log”. 

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125: [msg.panic.requestSupport.withoutLog] You can request support. 

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125: [msg.panic.requestSupport.vmSupport.windowsOrLinux]

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125+ To collect data to submit to VMware support, choose “Collect Support Data” from the Help menu.

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125+ You can also run the “vm-support” script in the Workstation folder directly.

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125: [msg.panic.response] We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+0.000]| vmx| I125: —————————————-

 

2019-09-24T11:07:49+02:00[+2.281]| vmx| I125: Exiting

 

Has anybody same Problems? Please help!



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