I have a i7 ivy-bridge put to CSM compatibility with BIOS first. My settings for the dom0 are:
Environment: FreeBSD 11.1R, 10Gbx2 Ethernet(LACP), 8GBx2 FC(multipath)
I want to build a FreeBSD virtualization cluster with 5+ hosts. Because bhyve doesn't support live migration at this time, Xen(Dom0) is the unique method.
The simplest topology looks like:
Server2 ... Server9...
I have a Xenserver 7 with a FreeBSD 11 virtual machine which is working as long as I add less than 7 nics to this specific VM.
FYI, I need the number of nics, can't go bare metal, need XEN and can't switch to Esxi or common.
When adding the 7th nic (or above) to the FreeBSD 11 VM...
I have no experience with virtualizing FreeBSD, but I'm looking to convert from one bare metal FreeBSD 8.4 server to two host systems running FreeBSD vms for redundancy. I'll also be virtualizing two windows 2003 instances and possibly an OpenBSD instance.
I've pretty much narrowed the...
As the subject says, I'm running FreeBSD 10.3 in a Xen domu with a gentoo linux dom0 host. Currently, I can ping my local network (both IPv4 and IPv6), and I can ping and complete TCP transactions via IPv6, but I can neither ping nor get any other kind of throughput via IPv4 outside of my local...
I would like to introduce a new FreeBSD-based distro: ClonOS ( http://clonos.tekroutine.com/ site is underconstruction ).
Currently, FreeBSD is well proven as a base for routers (pfSense, OPNSense, BSDRP) and NAS (FreeNAS, zfsGuru, Nas4Free). However, FreeBSD-based solutions are almost...
I'm a college student and don't know much about computers
But I'm trying to make a Wiki with my friends upon support from school.
I heard that ZFS file system is strong against silent data corruption
So I got interest in FreeBSD.
My question is,
I think we'll gonna use Xen...