I have install the latest Arch x86_64 in the vmware workstation 10.0.1.
But it give me this tips "intel_rapl : no valid rapl domains found in package 0" before i log in
and I find that I give it 4G memory, but only identified 3G.
I'm sorry for my awful English, and I hope somebody could help me ,thanks.
I also receive this error in a Virtualbox, however I haven't noticed any problems in installing Arch Linux. Here are my VBox settings:
Base Memory: 4196 MB
Boot Order: Floppy, CD/DVD, Hard Disk
Acceleration: VT-x/AMD-V, Nested Paging
Video Memory: 128 MB
Remote Desktop Server: Disabled
Video Capture: Disabled
IDE Secondary Master: [CD/DVD] archlinux-2014.04.01-dual.iso (534.00 MB)
SATA Port 0: ARch.vdi (Normal, 32.00 GB)
Host Driver: Windows DirectSound
Controller: ICH AC97
Adapter 1: Intel PRO/1000 MT Desktop (NAT)
@singleman - I've noticed that when I got this error on the login screen, I could still login. I just went on with my business as normal by typing my login and password.
I had the same problem in vmware Workstation 10.0.1 and the solution is to add the line in the .vmx file.
paevm = "TRUE"
Found the solution here http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/micros … nalId=1539 .
The error is mostly cosmetical, even if the warning can be a bit annoying to see on the console it hasn't affected the performance or stability of any of my VMs so far.
CPU: Core i7-2600 @ 4.0Ghz | RAM: 16GB (4x4GB) | GFX: AMD Radeon R9 290 4096MB VRAM | HDD: 1x 120GB SATA3 Corsair SSD (~500MB/s RW), 1x SATA2 250GB, 1x SATA2 320GB, 1x 180GB SATA3 Intel SSD
*EDIT* Replaced Nvidia GTX 570 for a AMD Radeon R9 290, and added an extra SSD 180GB
All above solution will fix your memory detection issue. to fix the "no valid rapl domains found in package 0" error, disable the 3D graphic in VMware or Virtualbox.
Click on VM - Settings - Disaply - uncheck the Accelerate the 3D Graphics.
follow the below article to disable in Virtualbox..
I have got this same:
"intel_rapl : no valid rapl domains found in package 0"
In my case unchecking the Accelerate 3D graphic box in vbox does not get rid of the problem. It was never on to begin with.