On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 09:25:43AM -0600, Aaron Bieber wrote:
> I have been running into some issues getting vmm to start up vms. It
> had been previously working (yes it's enabled in bios, I have even
> tried disabling and re-enabling a few times).
> I started seeing the 'failed to enter VMM mode' about every other
> reboot but now it happens all the time.
> Here is an example session:
> doas vmd -dv
> failed to open /etc/vm.conf: No such file or directory
> myvm: started vm 0 successfully, tty /dev/ttyp4
> myvm: create vmm ioctl failed - exiting: Input/output error
> vm was started with:
> doas vmctl start "myvm" -m 512M -i 1 -d disk.img -k /bsd
> If anyone has any clue sticks, they would be much appreciated. Pending
> a firm beating, I am going to try a bios update.
> and a dmesg:
Looks like the bios update fixed it! Sorry for the noise!