vm-bhyve freebsd jail

pizapablo

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Hi, I am trying to set a jail with vm-bhyve, so I have downloaded FreeBSD 12-1 Release dvd iso, and checked the sha256 checksums, then followed this instructions -> https://github.com/churchers/vm-bhyve
Everything goes well and no errors occured. But in the end of the installation, it shows error of extracting the system. And offers me to restart or exit. What can possibly be the problem? And how can I make it work ?
Thanks in advance.
 

wolffnx

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Hi, I dont know your reason to do this, but jails are part of the FreeBSD system and run natively
so, why you try to virtualize in bhyve?
 

Emrion

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Maybe the OP confuses jails and bhyve VMs. Anyway, this post is not clear at all.
 

rootbert

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Hi, I dont know your reason to do this, but jails are part of the FreeBSD system and run natively
so, why you try to virtualize in bhyve?
I think the user is just using bhyve inside a jail which should run without problems
 
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pizapablo

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The problem was the default RAM given by vm-bhyve, so I changed it, and all good, thanks for responses
 

vonbeitthia

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Hi, I've followed some indications from
https://github.com/lattera/articles/blob/master/freebsd/2018-10-27_jailed_bhyve/article.md

https://blog.grem.de/pages/ayvn.html

https://dan.langille.org/2015/03/07/getting-started-with-iocage-for-jails-on-freebsd/

and I could installed bhyve VM in a jail. There are the instructions:
 
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