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Attention! Current pages describe CBSD version 12.2.x. If you are using an older version, please update first.
Please note: these commands support the mask (wildcard) as a jname, for example: jname='*', jname='ja*l*'
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starting and stoping VM
% cbsd bstart jname=vm1 % cbsd bstart vm1 vm2 ... vmX % cbsd bstop jname=vm1 % cbsd bstop vm1 vm2 ... vmXDescription:
bstop command send SIGTERM signal to virtual domain for soft shutdown. In the event that the virtual machine does not stop during hard_timeout (by default: 30) seconds, CBSD will terminate the process forcibly. Use noacpi=1 args for instant/hard poweroff (without sending SIGTERM) virtual environment or hard_timeout=X to change the interval wait for soft off
Running virtual machines happens when you start cbsd/server automatically if parameter astart (auto-start) corresponding VM is set to 1 This setting can be through cbsd bconfig or cbsd bset. When you stop the server or service cbsdd, automatically stops all running virtual machines. Running VM manually by the command:
% cbsd bstart jname=vm1
% cbsd bstart vm1
% cbsd bstart vm1 vm2 vm3 ..
(to run multiple virtual machines as a command)
If the start/bstop command run with no arguments, this will list all inactive/active VM for interactive selection
If you have the appropriate build of FreeBSD and CBSD not less 11.2.0, you can take advantage of instant start of the virtual machine from checpoint, bypassing the boot phase. To do this, use the argument checkpoint= with name of checkpoint