> Shane Ambler <free...@shaneware.biz>:
>> On 14/08/2016 21:45, Вячеслав via freebsd-virtualization wrote:
>> Hi all.
>> I have FreeBSDÂ 10.3-RELEASE-p4 amd64 as host and FreeBSDÂ
>> 10.3-RELEASE-p4 amd64 as guest with one CPU core.
>> I'm install games/pvpgn in guest over pkg, rename all files in
>> /usr/local/etc/pvpgn/ from *.conf-sample to *.conf and run service.
>> If I run top -SHIP under guest, I see 95% idle and 5% usage by
>> 'intr{swi4: clock}'. In this time, top -SHIP on host show the 100%
>> usage by bhyve.
>> When I stopped pvpgn, I can see 100% idle in guest and around 1%
>> usage by bhyve in host.
> Are you using the -H option? The bhyve related ports will add -H for
> you but if you are starting them manually you may miss it.
>  From man bhyve -
> -H  Yield the virtual CPU thread when a HLT instruction is
>      detected. If this option is not specified, virtual CPUs will
>      use 100% of a host CPU.
> -- 
> FreeBSD - the place to B...Software Developing
> Shane Ambler

I'm using sysutils/vm-bhyve, not start bhyve manually.

From logs for this machine:
bhyve options: -c 1 -m 1024M -AHP -U d55d45d4-46e1-11e6-85e6-1c6f65d8653a
bhyve devices: -s 0,hostbridge -s 31,lpc -s 
4:0,virtio-blk,/dev/zvol/data2g/vm/freebsd/disk0 -s 
bhyve console: -l com1,/dev/nmdm0A

Terekhov Vyacheslav

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