Re: Running FreeBSD as a guest under xen

2010-03-07 Thread Sam Fourman Jr.
On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 1:49 PM, Witold Baryluk bary...@smp.if.uj.edu.pl wrote: On 03-04 15:08, kevin wrote: Hello, I've just joined this list and am interested in the viability of running a Xen Guest (non HVM) of FreeBSD (7.2 or 8.0). I understand that 8.0-Current has limited support for

Re: Running FreeBSD as a guest under xen

2010-03-05 Thread Gót András
Hi Anthony, We figured out the following method for doing automated FreeBSD installs: - Make a HVM installation of a FreeBSD 8, download source and compile XEN or XENHVM kernels (XEN on i386 and XENHVM on amd64 in the kernel config directory). Install, reboot and that's it, the next steps are

RE: Running FreeBSD as a guest under xen

2010-03-05 Thread Anthony Francis
FreeBSD as a guest under xen Hi Anthony, We figured out the following method for doing automated FreeBSD installs: - Make a HVM installation of a FreeBSD 8, download source and compile XEN or XENHVM kernels (XEN on i386 and XENHVM on amd64 in the kernel config directory). Install, reboot

Re: Running FreeBSD as a guest under xen

2010-03-04 Thread Deploy IS INFO
Hi, I've made test with 8-RELEASE and 32bit pv support works with only single cpu and there problems with network iirc. The 64bit hvm with pv driver works well and tested with 2 and 4 vpcpus. However with 4 cpus it got paniced at rc status. More tests will come as we'd like to give customers

RE: Running FreeBSD as a guest under xen

2010-03-04 Thread kevin
-xen@freebsd.org Subject: Re: Running FreeBSD as a guest under xen Hi, I've made test with 8-RELEASE and 32bit pv support works with only single cpu and there problems with network iirc. The 64bit hvm with pv driver works well and tested with 2 and 4 vpcpus. However with 4 cpus it got paniced