cvs commit: src/usr.bin/killall killall.1 killall.c src/usr.sbin Makefile src/usr.sbin/jail jail.8 jail.c src/usr.sbin/jexec Makefile jexec.8 jexec.c src/usr.sbin/jls Makefile jls.8 jls.c

Robert Watson rwatson at
Wed Apr 9 16:24:16 PDT 2003

On Thu, 10 Apr 2003, Pawel Jakub Dawidek wrote:

> JID couldn't be changed in jail, thats for sure.  In hierarchal jails we
> can do something else: hierarchal names. 
> Jail named 'alpha' is create in mainsystem. Jail 'beta' is created
> inside jail 'alpha'. Jails 'delta' and 'sigma' are created in jail
> 'beta', etc.  When I'm listing those jails it looks like this: 
> 	mainsystem# jls
> 	JID	[...]
> 	alpha	[...]
> 	alpha.beta	[...]
>	[...]
> 	alpha.beta.sigma	[...]
> 	alpha.gamma	[...]
> And there can't be names spoofing. (If, ofcourse '.' is invalid char in
> jail name:)). 

Sounds reasonable to me, although a bit more trouble to parse and render

Robert N M Watson             FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Projects
robert at      Network Associates Laboratories

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