bhyve bhyve -D option listing of VMs

ikevin8me

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2 questions:

(1) Does the bhyve "-D" option as described as "Destroy the VM on guest initiated power-off." really work? -- I don't see the memory coming back until I call "bhyvectl --destroy --vm=vmname".

(2) Is there a command to show/list all running and "un-destroyed" (ie. memory not claimed back) VMs?
 

usdmatt

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Not sure about the first question but the easiest way to see guests that have not been fully destroyed is to look in /dev/vmm
 
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