Centos on FreeBSD
Igor V. Ruzanov
igorr at pochta-mx.canmos.ru
Mon Nov 13 13:49:51 UTC 2017
bhyve is just FreeBSD's native hypervisor
|I didn't know about QEMU on FreeBSD. how is it compared to bhyve? how's the support?
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|On Nov 13, 2017 5:46 PM, "Igor V. Ruzanov" <igorr at pochta-mx.canmos.ru> wrote:
| Or it could even be QEMU with accelerator module kqemu.ko
| |you may run CentOS (or any other Linux system) on FreeBSD with bhyve (
| |http://bhyve.org/) and also do the management with vm-bhyve (
| |https://github.com/churchers/vm-bhyve) which also has templates for CentOS (
| |or any other management wrapper.
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| |On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 5:33 PM, Frank Leonhardt <freebsd-doc at fjl.co.uk>
| |> What's the best way to run Centos/Red Hat 7 64 bit on FreeBSD? I've got it
| |> running fairly happily on Xen, but I get the feeling it's not quite right.
| |> It takes a very long time to boot, for example.
| |> I did think of running CentOS as Dom0 and BSD as DomU, but there must be a
| |> better way.
| |> Before I delve into why CentOS takes ten minutes to boot (no clue on
| |> screen, of course), is there a better hypervisor? I would prefer not to run
| |> X. Talking to CentOS on VNC suits me very well.
| |> Thanks, Frank.
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