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...
Do you know what's more meaningful? Forget BSD altogether. Develope BHyVe for Linux, they'll get more users then if they work on BSD.
BTW, Linux has got Xen in 2003, while right now in 2013 FreeBSD is trying to port BHyVe to FreeBSD 10 which probably won't come out. BSD is more then 10 years behind Linux. Seriously this is getting so ridiculous, just go and work on Linux adn leave BSDump or go rot in a hole.
"legacy-free", why are you wasting so much time reinventing the wheel... oh wait yes, the BSD license: take what ever you want and don't give modifications.BHyVe is a legacy-free hypervisor being developed by FreeBSD developers
News flash for BSD fuckers, nothing can be high-performance and have a small footprint on BSD, thier kernels are so SHIT and they handle memory wastefully (Their philosophy: Free memory is wasted memory).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.
How about FreeBSD/OS X, apple probably absorbed all thier code by then. "Free"BSD 10 is probably not going to happen.It's making its debut in FreeBSD 10.0
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!but does support guests going back to FreeBSD 8.3. Right now though this is the only operating systems supported in an unmodified state.
Evidence of poor OS design.Still being worked out with this FreeBSD hypervisor is removing blocking I/O operations, suspend/resume support, AMD SVM, and support for older GPUs without nested paging virtualization.
Keep dreaming BSD fuckers, BSD can't use anything modern.With taking advantage of modern CPU functionality and software features, the BHyVe implementation between its kernel module, library, and user-space utilities amount to about 250 thousand lines of code.
And it'll continue to be lacking behind Linux KVM and Xen and also no one will use it as KVM and Xen is alot better. freeBSD will probably dump the project sooner or later as no one not even BSD fuckers will use them cause KVM was just ported to FreeBSD (after 3000 years).This BSD hypervisor isn't nearly as advance or feature-complete as Linux KVM or Xen, but at least it's moving along and improving the BSD world.
BSD fuckers always accuse Linux devs for not making thier software portable. Yet here we see BSD fuckers creating not just BSD specific but "FreeBSD" specific software.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.
It just shows you what a bunch of lying hyppocrites BSD fuckers are.
Last edited by systemd rulez; 02-10-2013 at 05:06 PM.
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?
Looks like an image by pre-school children or mentally retarded for pre-school children and mentally retarded. Makes you wonder where even this is a serious project.
A: bhyve is a piece of shit rip of off linux Xen but it useless older features that are probably not used in any CPU now.Q: What is bhyve?
A: VAX machnes and PDP-11s. They don't exists anymore outside BSD but since we are familiar with them, we develope for them.Q: What hardware does it run on?
A: Here is an overview of its operation:Q: How does it work?
A: Only FreeBSD, Windows and Mac cause those are the only OSes which matter to us.Q: What guest operating systems does bhyve support?
A: Yes, we can't make it portable.Q: Does bhyve only run on FreeBSD?
A: As usual:Q: What is bhyve comprised of?
A: They with our holy fathers, Apple and Microsoft.Q: Where are the sources?
A: Yes, Microsoft run-time libraries and C#.Q: Does bhyve have any dependencies?
A: What is VT-d PCI device pass-through?Q: Does bhyve support VT-d PCI device pass-through?
A: Magnetic Tapes.Q: What boot media are supported?
A: Of course, apple and microsoft need to be able to make proprietary software out of it.Q: Can bhyve be built with LLVM/CLANG?
A: Yes, but you are not welcome there. STFU and RTFM bitch.Q: Is there a mailing list?
A: I can't tell the difference between upper and lower case.Q: Is it "bhyve" or "BHyVe"?
Last edited by systemd rulez; 02-10-2013 at 06:27 PM.
And we are still waiting for your contribution as a programmer to an open source project. You are so committed to open source and you claim to be a programmer, so you have for sure something to show, don't you?