oh ... and ... the console spit out:
swap_pager: indefinite wait buffer: bufobj: 0, blkno: 4522, size: 8192
(swap is on a separate zVol).
On Fri, Jul 21, 2017 at 6:59 PM, Zaphod Beeblebrox <zbee...@gmail.com>
> ... curiously, top running on the guest reveals (the point at which the
> bhyve wedges):
> 88722 root 1 52 0 109M 105M pfault 3 0:03 42.37%
> 88687 root 1 52 0 374M 347M pfault 2 0:04 38.24%
> 88668 root 1 52 0 236M 225M pfault 0 0:04 35.11%
> 88743 root 1 52 0 55460K 26392K pfault 3 0:00 10.23% cc
> ... where top on the host just shows 100% bhyve 100% busy on 4 threads.
> On Fri, Jul 21, 2017 at 6:43 PM, Zaphod Beeblebrox <zbee...@gmail.com>
>> Since I found out that I can't run a Samba directory server in a jail,
>> I've had the setup of a bhyve on my list. I had toyed with Bhyve 6 or 8
>> months ago, and still had the images, so I zfs cloned one and set about a
>> source upgrade.
>> This ignomineously hung.
>> So... I upgraded the host to 11.1-RC3, and I reinstalled a fresh guest
>> from the 11.1-RC3 install CD. The guest uses UFS2 on a 40G disk, the
>> server is an AMD 9590 with 32G RAM and a 40T ZFS array.
>> After installation, I started the guest again with 1G ram, 4 processors
>> (of the 8 on the source CPU) and tried a buildworld again. This time the
>> guest crashed and rebooted.
>> What should be next steps here? This is repeatable. The host is stable
>> (it can makeworld -j32 in about 25 minutes ... so it's hardware seems
>> good). Is this an AMD bug? Is it bad to use ZFS ZVols?
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