Bezüglich Ludovit Koren's Nachricht vom 01.03.2018 19:29 (localtime): >>>>>> Rodney W Grimes <freebsd-...@pdx.rh.cn85.dnsmgr.net> writes: > > >> >>>>> Harry Schmalzbauer <free...@omnilan.de> writes:
… > >> bhyve: passthru device 0/26/0 BAR 0: base 0xd4739000 or size 0x400 not > page aligned > > ^^^^^ > >> > >> bhyve: failed to initialize BARs for PCI 0/26/0 > >> > >> > >> > >> pciconf -vlb ppt0@pci0:0:26:0 > >> ppt0@pci0:0:26:0: class=0x0c0320 card=0x17df103c chip=0x1e2d8086 > rev=0x04 hdr=0x00 > >> vendor = 'Intel Corporation' > >> device = '7 Series/C216 Chipset Family USB Enhanced Host > Controller' > >> class = serial bus > >> subclass = USB > >> bar  = type Memory, range 32, base 0xd4739000, size 1024, enabled > > ^^^^^^^^^^ > > > Due to the design of the IOMMU you can only manage IO space in page > > (4096 on x86) granually sizes. The device your trying to pass in > > has a 1024 byte memory region that is part of a 4096 byte page that > > may have other things in it. > > > At this time bhyve does not have any way to deal with this, though some > > other hypervisors have techniques that make this work. > > I used VirtualBox. I gave a try to bhyve. I am using FreeBSD for all work > I need. I need windows for some tasks: some VPN (I am not able to > connect with vpnc, openconnect, racoon, strongswan), Iphone backup, > etc. I am not able to use a single hypervisor for all of that. Could you > recommend one? I know your situation – I tried virtualbox-ose-3.2.8 (~8 yeras ago) and it's still running on my ancient workstation. Simply works for the one XP I need to have arround for some of the named reasons. Regarding USB-related requirements, I always found a device which made trouble – even with ESXi's generally very well working USB passthrough. So I use a USB-Device-IP-bridge. The one I import from USA to Europe, because of it's yet problemfree design/hardware/(Win-)software, can be found for ~US$55.- if you search for ID-DS0611-S1 – might be out of budget for private use though... I'm very curious about the workaround avg@ posted. For all server virtualization tasks I switched to bhyve(8) half a year ago for my local office. It simply works (for FreeBSD + Win2012R2 guests) and I'm happily finding workarounds for current limitations in favour of having a bare metal ZFS storage subsystem in parallel to the hypervisor :-) Thanks to all coders for this nice OS extention! -harry _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-virtualization To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-virtualization-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"