Using a 64bit 1rst level guest seemed better on manual runs but running
in loops seemed to have locked up on the third run. Though completely
without any messages. I have to look into that next week. I need to run
again with qmp enabled. At least this allows to check for the
instruction pointer of the cpus. But unfortunately I don't know yet how
to get any better data from the 2nd level guest.

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  general protection fault running apt-get inside double nested kvm VM

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Bug description:
  Attempting to run apt-get in a nested vm hosted in OpenStack results
  in a  general protection fault in the kernel in the nested VM.

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