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NAME

bhyvectl – control utility for bhyve instances

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS


bhyvectl --vm= <vmname> [--create] [--destroy] [--get-stats] [--inject-nmi] [--force-reset] [--force-poweroff]

DESCRIPTION

The bhyvectl command is a control utility for active bhyve(8) virtual machine instances.

Note: Most bhyvectl flags are intended for querying and setting the state of an active instance. These commands are intended for development purposes, and are not documented here. A complete list can be obtained by executing bhyvectl without any arguments.

The user-facing options are as follows:
--vm= <vmname>
  Operate on the virtual machine <vmname>.
--create
  Create the specified VM.
--destroy
  Destroy the specified VM.
--get-stats
  Retrieve statistics for the specified VM.
--inject-nmi
  Inject a non-maskable interrupt (NMI) into the VM.
--force-reset
  Force the VM to reset.
--force-poweroff
  Force the VM to power off.

EXIT STATUS

The utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.

EXAMPLES

Destroy the VM called fbsd10:

    bhyvectl --vm=fbsd10 --destroy

SEE ALSO

bhyve(8), bhyveload(8)

HISTORY

The bhyvectl command first appeared in FreeBSD 10.1 .

AUTHORS

The bhyvectl utility was written by Peter Grehan and Neel Natu.

BHYVECTL (8) November 13, 2016

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