That's also true for Ubuntu 16.04


But this problem does not happen with Fedora 4.7

It's guest-specific. Recent Fedora has the same issue, though RHEL/Centos, FreeBSD, and Windows don't since they place the bootloader in a standard location.

There is a fix in progress for this to write out the UEFI nvvars to file so they can be preserved across a bhyve VM power cycle.

later,

Peter.

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