Kernel panic on FreeBSD 8.0 RELEASE when starting kernel
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You can run (in theory) any FreeBSD on a hardware that has HVM support.
You can check that with xm info. You can only run FreeBSD 8 as a PV
guest with 32bit arch and hvm-pv with amd64. For the pv or the hvm-pv
mode you have to compile the XEN (for 32bit) or XENHVM (amd64) kernel
You'll have to install FreeBSD as a hvm guest and after a successful
install you may go on with the above mentioned kernels.
For pv mode use only 1 vcpu and max 2 for hvm-pv.
G VM wrote:
> Justin T. Gibbs wrote:
>> On 1/24/2010 4:54 PM, G VM wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I wanted to try running FreeBSD as a guest os.
> I followed the instructions on this url.
> I am not sure what Xen exactly does. Does it uses the kernel on the
> dom0? Or does it both uses the bsd kernel on the dom0 and a modified
> kernel on domU?
> I do not have a done:
> make buildkernel KERNCONF=/XEN
> Is this necessary? I thought xen support was included in the kernel.
> Do note the instructions I followed. I used those.
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