On 05/09/2017 22:56, Jason Tubnor wrote: > I'm not sure of the exact issue you are referring to but I run a lot of > OpenBSD 6.1 hosts under bhyve with GENERIC.MP <http://GENERIC.MP>. You > can use either the grub-bhyve style boot or UEFI, both work fine. > > I have found the chyves framework (it is in packages) good for standing > up and managing bhyve guests - with ZFS, especially for a team that are > new to the platform. You have to hack the following > /usr/local/lib/chyves files: > > chyves-guest-start > chyves-properties > chyves-resources > > to get 6.1 to install and boot (I yet to push those patches upstream). > > So to answer your question directly, there is currently no known issue > in getting bhyve to run OpenBSD 6.1 on Intel or AMD platforms. Enjoy!
Hi Jason, thanks for answering. I'll have a go at this. Up until now I've run all my VMs longhand in a screen. Good to know openbsd works. Have you encountered anything on openbsd in a bhyve that you've found not to work? thanks, -- J. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"