NVMe and Bhyve

Jason Tubnor jason at tubnor.net
Tue Feb 12 20:50:52 UTC 2019

On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 at 00:57, Marcelo Araujo <araujobsdport at gmail.com>

> If you have Nvme devices or you want store disks in ram yes, otherwise no.
> >
> > Is it worth it? I mean upgrading from 11.2-RELEASE to 12.0-RELEASE for
> > the sake of nvme, is it useful for running FreeBSD, Linux (Mint,
> > Centos) and Windows10 guests?
> >

Or if you are using good SLOG and ARC for your VM zvols.

I'm still sorting out some Windows issues with the bhyve nvme presentation
for a variety of guest (except freebsd, that works fine) at the moment.  I
would avoid 12.0-RELEASE as it may introduce other issues with your
environment.  I am staying on the 11.x branch until 12.1 is released so no
nvme except for in the test environment that is running 12-STABLE.

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