Peter Grehan <> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
         Resolution|---                         |Works As Intended
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             Status|New                         |Closed

--- Comment #2 from Peter Grehan <> ---
At leat in the first example, the amount of memory supplied to grub-bhyve (2G)
is greater than that given to bhyve (1G). Since grub creates the memory map
that is passed to the kernel, this will result in the guest kernel attempting
to access memory that doesn't exist, which results in bhyve dumping core.

The fix is to make sure the same amount of memory is given to both the loader
and bhyve.

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