Peter,

1. can't input capital letters.
>>
>
>  Right shift key ? I believe the left should work Ok. What language
> keyboard are you using ?
>
>  Depending on what your VNC client allows, a short-term workaround is to
> map the right shift key to the left shift.
>
>  (this was fixed in 11-stable with r305714 but didn't make it into 11.0R)
>

Yes, I am using an en/US keyboard. The left shift key works and the right
one doesn't.


>
> 2. windows 10 guest only sees at most 2 virtual processors no matter what
>> is specified with -c in the bhyve command line (I tried installation with
>> -c 2 and -c 8).
>>
>
>  By default, bhyve presents vCPUs as individual CPU sockets (i.e. 1
> CPU/socket).
>
>  Win10 appears to only supports 2 CPU sockets max (and 1 on home
> versions), but a larger number of logical CPUs. The terminology in this
> post is a bit confusing but I believe they are referring to 'physical CPUs'
> as sockets:
>
> http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10/
> windows-10-versions-cpu-limits/905c24ad-ad54-4122-b730-b9e7519c823f?auth=1
>
>  bhyve can be configured to expose vCPUs as logical processors within a
> socket using tunables that should be set before vmm.ko is loaded (or after
> unload/before reload).
>
>  hw.vmm.topology.cores_per_package   (defaults to 1)
>  hw.vmm.topology.threads_per_core    (   "   "     )
>
>  Note that these settings are global and will be used by all VMs.
>
> later,
>
> Peter.
>
>
After I unload vmm.ko, the hw.vmm.* are no longer visible. How do I set
them?

Thanks,

Tao
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