After a few days of extensive testing and abuse, i’ve run into no new issues or 
unknowns what so ever. Everything that worked before still works now ( and a 
few bugs from fixed from HEAD ). 

Thus, I have gone ahead and pushed r273182 w/ Neel’s patch out to about 80 of 
the assorted AMD boxes in the production and dev pods that I care for. If end 
users see something, I’ll let you know, but I have a feeling they won’t. 

Again - Excellent work. 


> On Oct 19, 2014, at 5:03 AM, Willem Jan Withagen <> wrote:
> On 16-10-2014 5:00, Anish Gupta wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> The projects/bhyve_svm branch is ready to be merged to HEAD.
>> This branch contains patches to bhyve to enable it to work on AMD
>> processors with SVM/AMD-V hardware extensions[1]. Pretty much any AMD
>> processor since 2010 will have the features required by bhyve.
>> bhyve on AMD supports (almost) all the features available with Intel
>> [2]. All guest OSes supported on Intel are supported on AMD. All the
>> bhyve-related utilities function similarly on both Intel and AMD
>> platforms [3].
>> The patch against HEAD revision 273066 is available for review and testing:
>> [Neel’s web directory]
>> [1]:
>> [2]: bhyve doesn't support PCI passthru on AMD at this time
>> [3]: bhyvectl has grown some processor-specific options
> Fetched the patch and compiled.
> Now running: HEAD r273066M and I was able to throw at it all the tests
> and images that in the past works. And perhaps even better.
> Great work.
> --WjW
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