Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2021 23:08:49 UTC
it seems that you have been able to install debian under bhyve and normally this is not possible to achieve. Which kind of tutorial did you follow ? you know that bhyve is missing the uefi variables and you need to apply a trick. I'm not sure if your problem is related to that bhyve's behavior. Il giorno mar 30 nov 2021 alle ore 23:40 Bakul Shah <email@example.com> ha scritto: > On Nov 30, 2021, at 2:14 PM, Sysadmin Lists <firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote: > > > > Yeah, all you cool kids are running 13.0-* already while I'm waiting for > 12.3-RELEASE to get out of beta. :P > > I have to decide if fixing Bhyve by jumping to 13.0-RELEASE is worth the > time required to fix whatever else breaks from the upgrade. > > This "cool kid" is perhaps older than you:-) > > I did jump to 13.0-RELEASE as soon as possible! In my experience > the best time to upgrade is when everyone else is also facing the > same issues (or do so a little later) so that any problems you run > into, you can get help or hints on at least what else to try. The > longer you wait, the harder it gets. A lot of breakage gets fixed > right away but some "breakage" is due to some design change and > then the user has to do things slightly differently to deal with > it. This latter pain is not going to go away and a few months > later people are going to forget what they did. > > You do need to make sure you can revert to the old version if > things you care about are not fixed soon enough. I think a better > setup is to keep user directories on a separate partition but > everything else (except var) on the same partition and use zfs > snapshotting to be able to easily revert. > > > -- Mario.