Andriy Gapon wrote this message on Tue, Jun 02, 2015 at 21:15 +0300:
> On 02/06/2015 19:49, John-Mark Gurney wrote:
> > Andriy Gapon wrote this message on Tue, Jun 02, 2015 at 14:20 +0300:
> >> I am very new to bhyve, so sorry if I am asking something silly or obvious.
> >> I am using bhyve to speed up my testing and it seems that each time I need
> >> to
> >> restart a VM I need to go through the cycle of destroying it with bhyvectl
> >> --destroy, then re-loading a kernel with bhyveload and then actually
> >> booting the
> >> VM with bhyve. It seems that I have to do this even if I don't change th
> >> kernel
> >> between reboots. My first naive impression was that the point of
> >> bhyveload was
> >> to load the kernel once. Seems it ain't so?
> > Hmm... I'm not seeing that here... I just scp a new kernel into the
> > vm, install it, and run shutdown -r now which drops bhyve back to
> > loader, and loads the new kernel... I've been doing this quite
> > successfully over the last few months...
> > I am running a month old HEAD though...
> I guess you are running bhyve through the shell script vmrun.sh?
> I am doing everything by hand.
sh /usr/share/examples/bhyve/vmrun.sh -g 6444 -d mach10s.img -t tap0
It's nice.. shutdown -r now and shutdown -p now both work exactly as
you'd expect them to... :)
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