Just for the fun of it, I tried my build zfs-system scripts in a bhyve-vm.
I use the 10.0-RELEASE iso to get to a shell, config and interface and
download my script. Installing does work, and on a regular system we can
go and boot into a ZFS-on-Root system.
In bhyve I get the following, on reboot:
freetest# vmrun.sh -d test10zfs -t tap1 -m 2048 test10zfs
Launching virtual machine "test10zfs" ...
FreeBSD/amd64 User boot, Revision 1.1
(r...@freetest.digiware.nl, Tue Feb 11 10:03:58 CET 2014)
can't load 'kernel'
Type '?' for a list of commands, 'help' for more detailed help.
And there is no known way (to me) to educate the loader to understand
Which loader is is used in booting?
a special bhyve-loader
the bootloader in the boot-partition.
It seems this is the first one.
If so I'm wondering if the grub-bhyve would be a trick to boot the
But then the first question is:
where do I find grub-bhyve
Any suggestion is welcome...
BTW: this is on a AMD system.
BTW2: I read that there could be interest for a dedicated opteron-server
to do bhyve development on....
I'm more than willing to put my test server in a slot in our datacenter
for people to do testing on.
CPU: AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1075T Processor (3013.84-MHz K8-class CPU)
Origin = "AuthenticAMD" Id = 0x100fa0 Family = 0x10 Model = 0xa
Stepping = 0
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