>> 
>> I did some experiments with set currdev and got the kernel loaded but
>> then the machine just hangs.
>> 
>> Please give me some advice :-)
> 
> This was reported by Craig Rodrigues a while back - the email thread is at
> 
> http://docs.freebsd.org/cgi/mid.cgi?CAG=rPVd5OQ1Gw6q-e94Ffnk_zPxkFvjaR5bpOOjMg7j-9AvSdw
> 
> I never got around to implementing the flag to disable ZFS boot, but you may 
> be able to use an alternate workaround. From your manual fix:
> 
> OK set currdev=disk0p2:
> OK set rootdev=disk0p2:
> 
> Env variables can be set from the bhyveload command line using "-e 
> <env>=<value>". Now, I'm not sure that currdev and rootdev can be set that 
> early in the boot, but it's worth a try e.g. add these:
> 
> -e currdev="disk0p2:" -e rootdev="disk0p2:"
> 
> later,

Wait! I think I didn’t make it clear enough: the machine doesn’t boot. After I 
specify the currdev and rootdev the machine can successfully “load” the kernel 
but then it all totally freezes at the spinning wheel…

I’ll try with the -e on the command line but I think the problem is a bit 
beyond that.

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