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Installing Alpine Linux in OpenBSD's VMM Hypervisor and setup k3s
# Assuming you're a regular user that has doas allowances for vmctl
mkdir -p ~/vmm
cd ~/vmm
# Grab the the one of the virt iso's of Alpine Linux
curl http://dl-cdn.alpinelinux.org/alpine/v3.11/releases/x86_64/alpine-virt-3.11.6-x86_64.iso -o alpine-virt-3.11.6-x86_64.iso
# Make a new virtual disk image, change the size as needed. Make one for each node.
doas vmctl create -s 2G alpine-virt1.img
doas vmctl create -s 2G alpine-virt2.img
# Boot Alpine from the ISO. Make sure you have this exact disk order because as of 29 May 2017
# VMM's SeaBIOS will only try to boot from the first one it seems!
# Also, this assumes:
# - you want 1024M of memory, tune as desired
# - you configured a virtual switch called "local" in your /etc/vm.conf
# (see: http://www.h-i-r.net/2017/04/openbsd-vmm-hypervisor-part-2.html)
doas vmctl start -c -d alpine-virt-3.11.6-x86_64.iso -d alpine-virt1.img -n local -m 1024M alpine1
# You shoud get a serial console connection immediately. Hit enter or whatever to boot Alpine.
# Once in Alpine, run:
setup-alpine
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@WIZARDISHUNGRY WIZARDISHUNGRY commented May 22, 2020

For linux guests, add "clocksource=tsc" to the kernel cmdline, but I
suspect it's the default...

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