It is normal though not completely expected behavior... namely it is
correct for freebsd but it is not correct from what most users expect


On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 4:00 AM, Andrea Brancatelli <
abrancate...@schema31.it> wrote:

> Tonight we "forgot" a freebsd vm in "shutdown" state - i mean, we run
> shutdown -p now and the VM stopped at the "press enter to reboot". Nobody
> pressed enter because we forgot, so the bhyve process kept running, this
> morning we realized that the host's CPU kept 120% all the night long, until
> we just pressed "enter" in the vm console and the vm shut down.
>
> It was the only VM running. 2 CPU, no -P, "standard" command line, usual
> FreeBSD 10's plain bhyve.
>
> Maybe it's worth checking?
>
> p.s.:
> we almost finished round 2 of tests for bhyve vs esxi, I hope today we'll
> publish the results.
>
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