jexec by jname
uffe at uffe.org
Wed May 4 09:27:43 UTC 2011
On 2011-03-26 19:09, Fabian Keil wrote:
> Subbsd<subbsd at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I see wrong information at http://wiki.freebsd.org/Jails
>> "jexec - selection by jail name, 2008-05-26 commited to 8-CURRENT"
>> I do not see something like "jexec -n<name>" in RELENG_8 or
>> CURRENT. This is fake ;) ?
> Quoting jexec(8):
> | DESCRIPTION
> | The jexec utility executes command inside the jail identified by its jid
> | or name.
> The -n option is still there, but silently ignored.
> Note, however, that the jail name jexec(8) is talking
> about is not the same as the host name.
> By default the jail id is used as jail name:
> fk at r500 ~ $jls -n name jid
> name=1 jid=1
> name=2 jid=2
> name=3 jid=3
> So while jexec allows you to use the jail "name", it seems
> to lack the "accept hostname or ip-number" feature mentioned
> in the wiki, unless a non default jail name is used.
FYI: I've submitted a patch that would enable configurable jail_names
from the (rc.d) rc.conf
But it is still pending:
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