On 2016-03-06 09:57, John wrote:
> Hello list,
> Can a bhyve image be mounted to the filesystem? Not an active image, I
> mean, say one has a problem loading a bhyve instance. Is it possible
> to mount the image as one would for example mount a cdrom image as per
> md(8) ? If it is possible, what are the parameters please?
> thanks,

Yes, you mount it the same way as a cdrom image:

mdconfig -a -t vnode -f /path/to/image

then: mount -t <filesystem type> /dev/md0p1 /mnt

note that depending on your partitioning scheme, the exact device name
will different. md0p1 is the first GPT partition, it might be MBR
instead, which would be md0s1, etc.

Allan Jude

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