On 10/11/13 02:23, Peter Grehan wrote:
>>>   One way to get around this is to start bhyve under tmux/screen.
>>
>> Its what I've been doing for now, but even in tmux one might want to
>> exit the console similar to with we do with Xen.
> 
>  I quite like how Xen does it. bhyve will hopefully have something
> similar soon.
> 

That would be awesome!

Another thing I like in xen is xl/xm list command showing runnig guest,
id, name, memory, sate and time

Would be nice to a "byve -l" or something like that!

>>>> Also is there any way to list running guests?
>>>
>>>   ls /dev/vmm/*
>>
>> I guees it works for now, I notice that ps also shows some info,
>> acttualty it shows the process with the full arguments!
> 
>  Try 'top' with the H option - it will show the individual vCPU and i/o
> worker threads.
> 
> later,
> 
> Peter.
> 
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