Do you have VT-d enabled in your bios?  A disturbingly large number of
servers and workstations come set factory default with virtualization
support disabled.

-Daniel

bRa B <bra...@itaserv.net> writes:

> ​Howdy folks,
> i have encountered a strange issue when i was trying to run CentOS 6.5
> with bhyve on a server with 11.0-CURRENT FreeBSD Installed:
>
> VM unrestricted guest capability required
> Error in initializing VM
>
> the machine has 48GB of ram, and the cpu is a i7 920 as stated in the subject 
> of this email. 
> It has the instructions required to run bhyve ( VMX and POPCNT, as
> they appear in the dmesg log and in the Intel's Ark:
> http://ark.intel.com/products/37147/Intel-Core-i7-920-Processor-8M-Cache-2_66-GHz-4_80-GTs-Intel-QPI?q=core%20i7-920
> ).
>
> Is there something wrong with this CPU? 
>
> Thanks
> Brando
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