I recently upgraded to 13.2-RELEASE-p2 and after rebooting, the debian VM I was running simply stopped working.
This is what's in bhyve.log:
I am not a sysadmin. I have used Linux for a long time and have run multiple servers but I am new to BSD. I have little experience of running containers or VM hosts. I have been running one VM host server (using Proxmox) and some desktop VMs (using Virtmanager) and containerising some desktop...
The main host is FreeBSD 13, I created a VM to run FreeBSD and have Poudriere on it, for this, I am using vm-bhyve, here is the config of the VM:
I have a small hobby website which has been running for the past 15 years.
It is a Ruby on Rails application. The architecture is nginx proxying to unicorn which wraps the ruby codebase. There are also a couple Resque processes (leveraging Redis) to handle async jobs which need...
having an issue...
Bhyve runs fine by itself.
Bastille runs fine by itself.
When I try to run them at the same time Bhyve messes up my routing completely.
I think it has something to do with Bhyve creating a 2nd bridge and you can't have 2 bridges at once?
or I need to add the bhyve bridge to...
I decided to post a simple working setup from my FreeBSD box to help others that were struggling to find a working system to learn from like I was.
This isn't meant to be an end-all solution but rather a reference and learning opportunity and I would gladly accept help and suggestions on how to...
I have successfully setup NAT on pf with this in /etc/pf.conf file:
nat on wlan0 inet from 10.1.1.0/24 to any -> (wlan0) round-robin
I am now trying to achieve the same what is available out of the box on VirtualBox - port forwarding.
For example one of my Bhyve virtual machines is...
I'm trying to wrap my head around how virtual bridges/switches/tap interfaces work under bhyve. I guess I'm doing something fundamentally stupid here (or my understanding of how this works is fundamentally wrong), but please bear with me...
I do use bhyve on a few of my machines, but on those I...
I installed FreeBSD 13-2 RELEASE in a bhyve vm, I wanted to install Poudriere but many ports failed with error like:
!!! Jail is newer than host. (Jail: 1302505, Host: 1302001) !!!
!!! This is not supported. !!!
!!! Host kernel must be same or newer than jail. !!!
!!! Expect build failures...
There is some writing about running Bhyve within a Jail (testing the opposite).
Can you run jails within a Bhyve freebsd instances?
I assume yes so, so I spend a few hours messing with a Bhyve FreeBSD I have for testing purposes... Installed a few jails in it and while I can make them...
Hello, I have a question. I would like to run a virtual machine in bhyve HomeAssistant OS.
However, I would like this virtual machine to be on the same subnet as the LAN network (hq0).
I used the following solution, but something is not working. The DHCP server is dnsmasq (the DHCP interface is...
As you might know, OpenVMS x86 for hobbyist  is out since a ~week. Bhyve is not a supported Virtualisation-platform but we have in theory everything need, like AHCI, UEFI , COM-Ports and the E1000-nic.
So of curse I tried it but with no success, it hangs at the VMS-UEFI-Bootmanager.
I know this topic has been discussed several times before, but the problem is still remaining.
The Client computer, accessing a VM via VNC still needs to be in QWERTY in order to access another keyboard in the VM.
This problem has been fixed on illumos with -K option.
I wanted to share an article that I recently wrote about migrating from Proxmox to FreeBSD's bhyve hypervisor. The article covers the process of migrating virtual machines, storage, and networking from Proxmox to bhyve, and includes tips and tricks that I learned along the way...
I decided to use FreeBSD as a daily and it has been great so far (figured out lots on my own with some help from this great community of course!).
But I have something that has me tearing out my hair - I have VM's on bhyve and they run beautifully but for one thing: networking.
What needs to be written in bhyve.conf for CBSD so that the mouse can move in a virtual machine with a FreeBSD guest?
I commented out xhci, tablet, but that didn't help.
The mouse responds to click but doesn't move.
I have freeBSD (13.1) installed on my small home server and am using it as a Virtual Machine Manager. I am using the excellent bhyve hypervisor to manage the VM's. The server is running on the amazing zfs filesystem.
I recently bought a NAS and want to backup all the bhyve-vms and...