Hello all, I have posted an updated bhyve-script.tar to bhyve.org that collectively includes preliminary support for amd64 FreeNAS, pfSense, OpenBSD and Linux VMs in addition to FreeBSD 9, 10 and 11 ones.
http://bhyve.org/bhyve-script.tar This is all experimental and you will probably encounter flaws from a myriad of sources such as your CPU clock speed in some cases or QA shortcomings for want of a larger pool of beta testers. Everything included in the set of scripts is designed to speed bhyve testing and provide ideas for configuration possibilities. If all requirements are met, you should be able to simply type as root: sh vm0 provision sh vm-hostprep.sh sh vm0 start ... and end up with a booting FreeBSD 11 VM on a 10-BETA2 or BETA3 host. Read the vm0 script for the documentation and customization options and I have included helper scripts such as vm-copy.sh to quickly make copies of a provisioned VM for stress testing. Reminder: bhyve requires Extended Page Tables (EPT) which accompany "POPCNT" in your dmesg and should available on any Intel "Core i*" CPU. Feedback welcome! Michael Dexter bhyve Volunteer _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-virtualization To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-virtualization-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"