Article ID: 123067, created on Oct 4, 2014, last review on Oct 23, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Virtuozzo 6.0
  • Virtuozzo hypervisor


  1. The Virtual Machine enters "Paused" state after some time.

  2. Similar records can be observed in parallels.log inside the VM directory (/var/log/<VM_NAME>.pvm/parallels.log):

    Capv: unregistration try #0, lock 0
    Capv: unregistered
    120.030 sec. PANIC@41.20(0xf0300,0x600000)
    03-26 11:55:27.961 F /vm:779082:639f5700/ Guest is going to sleep
    03-26 11:55:27.961 I /LocalDevices:779082:639f5700/ [Network] Pause (sare: no)
    03-26 11:55:28.081 F /vm:779082:3e74760/ Vm {1be17c0a-097b-4d01-8a73-d9b609dd51b9} processing command DspVmStateInfo ....
    03-26 11:55:28.081 F /vm:779082:3e74760/ Vm {1be17c0a-097b-4d01-8a73-d9b609dd51b9} processed command DspVmStateInfo with status 1
    03-26 11:55:34.373 F /vm:779082:639f5700/ Proc #0 is paused


Windows 2008 R2 can be sent to Sleep from inside the guest OS. It can be done, for example, by:

     > rundll32.exe powrprof.dll,SetSuspendState 0,1,0


Make sure the Guest OS is not configured to enter "Sleep" mode automatically.

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