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Centos running very slow in Virtualbox

I am running Centos 7 in Virtualbox 4.3.14. The VM is configured with 2 CPUs 4 GB RAM 3.10.0-123.4.4.el7.x86_64 kernel The host machine is running Windows 7 Pro SP1 64-bit Intel i7-4790 CPU, ...
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Vagrant vbox 45-50% CPU usage

I am running a headless Ubuntu server box on my Windows 7 64 bit PC with Vagrant. My PC has 8 GB ram and Intel Dual Core 3.16Ghz E8500 processor and PAE. The problem is that VBox routinely uses btw ...
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Monitoring CPU usage of Virtualbox with top

I'm using the top command in Linux to keep a close eye on Virtualbox which is running a VM. The current CPU in the server is a Quad Core Xeon processor 3.3 Ghz and I have only assigned one core to ...
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How to take full advantage of my CPU on VirtualBox?

I'm running Windows XP through VirtualBox on my i7-3610M laptop (Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit). I've already assigned 8 CPUs plus 100% execution cap plus 4 GB RAM to the VM, but I don't think it's ...
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High CPU usage by virtualbox running windows 2003 in Linux host

I'm running a windows 2003 guest in Linux xiamx-pc 3.2.0-24-generic #39-Ubuntu SMP Mon May 21 16:52:17 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux I notice that virtualbox process constantly takes around ...
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How to decrease the CPU usage when running Virtual Box?

I am facing an issue with 100% CPU usage under my system when running VirtualBox. Here are some further details: My System Information: CPU 1 name: Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU T2310 @ ...
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Tool for monitoring a virtual machine remotely

We are running VirtualBox and phpVirtualBox for a few test servers, recently we have had stability problems on some of them, does anyone know of any remote monitoring tool (open source/free prefered) ...
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why does Virtualbox use 15-20% CPU when VM is paused?

I run VirtualBox 3.1 on Ubuntu with a Win XP guest. I have noticed to my surprise that when I pause the VM (its screen grays out) VirtualBox continues using 15-20% of the host's CPU. Is this normal ...