doctor at doctor.nl2k.ab.ca
Tue Jan 24 12:34:57 UTC 2017
On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 01:48:49AM -0800, Eric Melville wrote:
> I am trying to run Centos7 under bhyve. Centos6 works great. Centos7 gets problematic because of XFS.
> Since grub2-bhyve does not understand XFS, and for some bizarre reason Centos has no ability to change partitioning or file system types in the textual installer, I took more drastic measures. One of which was to boot the Centos7 installer via Virtual Box and set up a VMDK with ext4, then pull that VMDK and convert it ro raw with qemu-img. At least I was able to get a kernel loaded and booting, but then it failed to mount the root file system no matter what options I specified.
> Has anyone else gotten further?
I did install Centos 7 with grub2-bhyve and with UEFI
Not using XFS in FreeBsd 11.
And it is still working.
Same with current versions od Debian, Fedora and Ubuntu.
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