On Nov 22, 2014 10:27 PM, "Peter Grehan" <gre...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> Hi Shawn,
>> It's hardenedBSD. I'll try a stock build tomorrow. The only change we
>> have that could affect bhyve is the removal of map_at_zero.
> This may be the issue. bhyve creates a kernel-use-only vmspace that
represents guest memory (starting at 0), and is used to allow the VM system
to manage the EPT paging structures (full details in the AsiaBSDcon paper
> Is there a way to bypass the map-at-zero check for this usage in
There isn't. map_at_zero was fully removed. I can revert that change,
though. Or is there a way to make bhyve work with out it (with a patch)?
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