On 2016-01-09 14:52, barasingha wrote:
> I am running 10.2 Release.
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> I am running pfsense as a guest of bhyve.  Using passthru, pfsense is given
> 2 nics.  I wish to run the vm headless.
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> I have written a rc script and can use the script to manually control the vm
> or enable it to run at bootup.
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> The problem is that I can't get both the guest and host to run at boot.  If
> vm is enabled, bootup hangs once bhyve is called.  In this scenario I can
> ssh into pfsense but not into the host.  If I halt the vm the host will
> finally continue to boot.
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> When controlled manually the same thing happens, however I can then open
> another shell to provide host control. 
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> sample:
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> bhyveload -m 4G -c /dev/nmdm0A -d /directory/to/boot/disk name
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> bhyve -c 2 -m 4G -A -H -P             \
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>                 -s 0,hostbridge                  \
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>                 -s 1,lpc                                  \
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>                 -s n,others                          \
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>                 -l com1, /dev/nmdm0A \
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>                 name
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> Any ideas?  I think I have a problem in /etc/ttys on either the host or vm.
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> Thanks,
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> Barasingha
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The bhyve command doesn't exit until the VM shuts down.

Have your rc script that runs at startup, run vmrun or whatever you are
doing via 'daemon' or something, so it goes into the background.

-- 
Allan Jude

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