On 05.09.17 19:21, tech-lists wrote:
I'm running OpenBSD 6.1 (with two virtual CPU cores) as bhyve guest on
FreeBSD 11.1. The only problem I encountered is that it requires an
external grub bootloader because the OpenBSD EFI boot code is
incompatible with the bhyve EFI boot ROM.
[also cc'd to freebsd-current],
I'd like to run openbsd 6.0 or 6.1 guest under a 12-current bhyve
system. I'd like it to run two cpus, so to use the openbsd smp kernel. I
can see, from searching various mailing lists that there have been
issues in getting openbsd to boot. Have these issues been fixed?
Also, is there a howto for this? I found one here:
http://www.allanjude.com/bsd/virtualization-host-bhyve.html but there's
no date on the document, it's not on the official freebsd sites and so
have no idea if the information is still current.
I realise that HardenedBSD has fixed some issues with this, but I can't
easily change the host to that OS unfortunately.
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