Any support creating a Windows Server 2012 unattended install

2017-07-13 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
Or alternatively any of you guys have one that I can use? I was following https://wiki.freebsd.org/bhyve/Windows but I can not seem to get it to work; though it may be because I had to convert the 'install.esd' file to 'install.wim' as the disk does not have one. If I just the ISO I ended up

Re: Bhyve and windows 2012/2016

2017-10-13 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
Hey there, I got it working in stable using VNC for the actual 'vga installation processes' no need for vbox or anything else; I am using and still use this config: $ cat kenny.tmp.group #!/bin/sh bhyve -A -H -P \ -s 0,hostbridge \ -s 2,virtio-net,tap4 \ -s

Re: Fresh Install of 11.1-RELEASE-p4 (fully updated) on Hyper-V 2012 Failover Cluster

2017-11-29 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
Not sure if helpful but im running an entire network gateway under Hyper-V/Windows Server 2012 R2, with no IOMMU: FreeBSD gateway.ourlan.net 11.1-STABLE FreeBSD 11.1-STABLE #0 r324941: Tue Oct 24 20:19:02 BST 2017 r...@gateway.ourlan.net:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GATEWAY amd64 Copyright (c)

Re: bhyve uses all available memory during IO-intensive operations

2017-12-02 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
Just as I was near one at the time, apparently ext4 is 4096 default sudo tune2fs -l /dev/sda tune2fs 1.43.4 (31-Jan-2017) Filesystem volume name: xdock Last mounted on: /var/lib/docker Filesystem UUID: b1dd0790-970d-4596-9192-49c704337015 Filesystem magic number: 0xEF53

Re: Recovering an ZFS vm

2017-12-06 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
if you can get to a system that is running the same kernel, you could build A compativle kernel with xfs in it and what not, stick it on a small '/boot' of your own and include that on your bhyve line, so the kernel is booted and then it mounts your existing system On 6 December 2017 at 05:50,

Re: Recovering an ZFS vm

2017-12-06 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
Or as an alternative that just come to mind if your just wanting to 'save the system' boot the gentoo live DVD from the UEFI loader, that will get you a live XFS supportive shell you can then setup basic networking from and sync your important stuff elsewhere On 6 December 2017 at 09:04, Paul

Re: Question about bhyve

2018-01-11 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
I believe if you used TightVNC server on the windows box and the likewise client on freebsd you can sync clipboards over it On 12 January 2018 at 01:51, Manish Jain wrote: > Hi, > > I have a Win 10 vm under bhyve on my FreeBSD 11.1 box. Is there some way > I can

Re: Seeking advice on virtualization

2018-08-05 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
In theory as ZFS works on both linux and BSD you could simply use vdevs and snapshots for easy transport On 5 August 2018 at 23:42, Tomasz Rola wrote: > On Sun, Aug 05, 2018 at 05:12:34PM -0400, Steven Friedrich wrote: > > I am looking for advice on which virtualization to experiment with > >

Re: Seeking advice on virtualization

2018-08-07 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
even cooler you get 'clones' so you can say make a raw/zvol of debian or whatever you like then if you make a snapshot of it and clone it to something else 'debian2' it uses no space until you write/delete/edit something, basically the clone only has diffs. And yes zvols are literally like raw

Query regarding tutorials (Please have a quick read of me!)

2018-08-25 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
Hey all, A while ago I created a youtube channel to start doing video example versions of the FreeBSD documentation, I have decided that this weekend I would take a swing at showing howto setup a Bhyve VM, I personally have: Windows Server 2012 CentOS 6 Debian FreeBSD OpenBSD and a few other

Re: Query regarding tutorials (Please have a quick read of me!)

2018-08-25 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
Thank you kindly, added! I named my channel 'viBSD' someone else had to have called theirs 'iBSD' :) On Sat, 25 Aug 2018 at 10:19, Mateusz Piotrowski <0...@freebsd.org> wrote: > Hi, > > > On 25 Aug 2018, at 10:55, Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization < > freebsd-vi

Re: Query regarding tutorials (Please have a quick read of me!)

2018-08-25 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
:05 AM UTC Paul Webster via freebsd- > virtualization wrote: > > ... I personally have: > > > > Windows Server 2012 > > CentOS 6 > > Debian > > FreeBSD > > OpenBSD > > and a few other more strange linuxs I believe (got a zpool full of the > &

Re: Query regarding tutorials (Please have a quick read of me!)

2018-08-25 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
plan9 yikes! I have never tried to set that up ever in the first place, I will give it a shot though if not just for the fun though! :) On Sat, 25 Aug 2018 at 19:49, Bakul Shah wrote: > On Sat, 25 Aug 2018 09:55:05 +0100 Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization > wrote: >

Re: Query regarding tutorials (Please have a quick read of me!)

2018-08-25 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
Just making sure 2016 works with no issues: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AkvwG6Qrk79x3BvNWJt6O-ew88iM looks all shiny and good to go for tomorrow :) On Sat, 25 Aug 2018 at 18:45, Paul Vixie wrote: > On Saturday, August 25, 2018 8:55:05 AM UTC Paul Webster via freebsd- > virtualization wrote: >

Re: Query regarding tutorials (Please have a quick read of me!)

2018-08-26 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
howto start stuff auto: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MidLqBs4_B8=youtu.be On Sat, 25 Aug 2018 at 18:45, Paul Vixie wrote: > On Saturday, August 25, 2018 8:55:05 AM UTC Paul Webster via freebsd- > virtualization wrote: > > ... I personally have: > > > > Windows

Re: Query regarding tutorials (Please have a quick read of me!)

2018-08-26 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
indeed I did polish it a bit and upload: https://youtu.be/w0WuoKVWAgI ;) Thank you for the script though! I will have a look at modifying it in the git On Sun, 26 Aug 2018 at 20:04, Paul Vixie wrote: > On Sunday, August 26, 2018 4:25:13 PM UTC Paul Webster wrote: > > howto start stuff auto: >

Re: Query regarding tutorials (Please have a quick read of me!)

2018-08-27 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
Heya all part 2 'windows server 2016' is ready: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHIWdoNXGec On Sat, 25 Aug 2018 at 09:55, Paul Webster wrote: > Hey all, > > A while ago I created a youtube channel to start doing video example > versions of the FreeBSD documentation, I have decided that this

Re: Query regarding tutorials (Please have a quick read of me!)

2018-08-27 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
tly blocking the view. Maybe > split the right side vertically with tmux? > > Looking forward to more of your videos. > > > Br, > > Tommi > > On Mon, 27 Aug 2018 at 18.01, Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization < > freebsd-virtualization@freebsd.org&

Re: [Bug 212820] FreeBSD 10-STABLE from latest HEAD and 11-RELEASE-RC3 fail to boot in Hyper-V on Windows 10

2018-04-17 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
I ran several freebsd boxs on 11-STABLE on a Windows Server 2012...(I think?) a few months ago with no issue what so ever, other than the hn* driver not being supported by ALTQ_ ;) On 16 April 2018 at 21:16, wrote: >

Re: [vm-bhyve] Does anyone have a vm template for Linux Mint ?

2018-10-22 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
House move success should be able to have a crack at this sometime this week On Wed, 10 Oct 2018, 02:28 Victor Sudakov, wrote: > Josias L. Gonçalves wrote: > > My ubuntu is something like that: > > > > guest="linux" > > uefi="csm" > > cpu=1 > > memory=2G > > network0_type="virtio-net" > >

Information regarding CSM (If having issues may be worth checking out!)

2018-10-28 Thread Paul Webster via freebsd-virtualization
I have spotted quite a few questions as of late about getting CSM to work (with anything in some cases), I just thought I would drop into the list that in fact CSM is BIOS emulation mode, meaning it makes the UEFI act like a BIOS from the point of view of the OS, and is really only useful for