Peter Grehan wrote: > Hi Roman, > > > I have managed to boot a VM. > > Great ! > > > The 4GB thing is hardcoded in the vmrun.sh script: > > The bhyve memory parameters mirror standard PC architecture. RAM is > usually contiguous below 4GB, with the region from top-of-RAM to 4GB > reserved for PCI memory-mapped i/o space. Additional RAM is usually > contiguous and starts from 4GB.
Yeah, but I'd like to leave more memory for the host system, so I specified 6GB. I have 8GB at all, so 2GB left for VMs. Should it cause any problems? BTW, I encountered a problem with the tap0 device. I create a tap device and assign an address to it, using 'ifconfig tap0 192.168.1.1 up'. I boot a VM and everything goes fine. When I do 'reboot' in the guest, it reboots, but tap0 on the host goes down and its address is dropped. Is that an expected behaviour? Roman Bogorodskiy
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