I also made a step-by step setup using zvols based on Michael Dexter's
scripts. Maybe they will be usefull if you trying to understand or improve
the scripts in the future. Check it out in
2012/12/30 Alfred Perlstein <bri...@mu.org>
> I only have 1 really fast machine, so I've decided to give bhyve a whirl
> and try to do -stable development inside of a bhyve instance.
> The problem I'm having is that:
> 1) the 9.1-RELEASE image does not seem to boot because it can not mount
> the rootfs (iso). I think this may be due to missing virtualization
> 2) building release iso from 9-stable, while it has the klds needed, the
> image seems to causes the hypervisor to exit.
> I feel as if I'm missing something? Maybe I need a special client
> kernel? Maybe I need to patch my guest sources?
> How can I get a 9.1-stable instance running?
> I've attached the log from attempting to boot a 9-stable iso. Any tips on
> The "10.x" image provided on Neel's www dir -> http://people.freebsd.org/~
> provided I run this in loader:
> load virtio
> load virtio_pci
> load virtio_blk
> load if_vtnet
> set kern.hz="100"
> set hw.pci.enable_msix="0"
> set hw.pci.honor_msi_blacklist="0"
> set bootverbose="1"
> I'm just wondering if I can run -stable somehow under bhyve.
> thank you,
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