Hi Paul,

   # sh /usr/share/examples/bhyve/vmrun.sh -c 1 -m 512K


I've not tried to run bhyve with that small an amount of RAM - you may want to bump it up a bit. That may also point to a bug in bhyveload in that it should have failed to load a kernel (that usually requires a few MB minimum).

Also, before running again you usually have to reset the state with either another bhyveload or a 'bhyvectl --destroy'.

later,

Peter.
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