Freebsd as a virtualbox HOST
kraduk at gmail.com
Fri Apr 4 10:41:22 UTC 2014
cool thankyou all for the feedback. wikis are great but they often dont
give you a view of the real world as opposed to the theoretical one
The box id be running it has 32GB ram so a reasonable amount. A lot of the
services I run should be able to fall back to jails, its only really going
to need a few windows bits and a unbuntu VM for the bitcasa/dropbox syncing
On 3 April 2014 09:58, Maurizio Vairani <
maurizio.vairani at cloverinformatica.it> wrote:
> On 02/04/2014 16:28, krad wrote:
>> I'm currently running a set of vms on top of solaris 11 and virtualbox. As
>> a lot of them are freebsd im thinking I might get better overall
>> performance in converting the host OS to freebsd and then running vbox on
>> it for the leftover linux and windows vms.
>> There is scant information out there about freebsd as a host/hypervisor,
>> its not officially supported. Does it perform well/bad? Is it stable or
>> flakey? Are there any decent resources I havent found yet?
>> Before anyone asks all my data pools are v28 so importing should be ok
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> I am running FreeBSD 9.2-STABLE as a VirtualBox host with three Windows 7
> VM from February 2013.
> The FreeBSD server has an Intel i7 with 64 GB RAM. The server and the VMs
> are very, very stable.
> I am writing this mail in a Windows 7 VM via Mac OS X Remote Desktop and
> seems to work on real PC.
> The only real, unique issue is the VM clock drift: it is slow, very slow
> and I need to synchronize it every 5 minutes.
> In the log I can read from +105ms to +50,43s as adjustment.
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