Jails, Portmap, Dracd
anders at FreeBSD.org
Tue Jun 29 10:09:18 PDT 2004
I got tired of dracd's RPC business too. I use ports/mail/pop-before-smtp
now, works fine for me.
On Tue, Jun 29, 2004 at 10:41:09AM -0400, Tony Holmes wrote:
> I'm attempting to set up jails in a 4.9S environment using the newer
> rpc versions of dracd. I'm encountering no ends of trouble.
> What I'd like is individual instances of rpc.dracd running to control
> each jail individually (each is it's own domain).
> Using the -h <jail ip> flags to portmap, i still get:
> portmap: cannot bind udp: Address already in use
> Portmap is failing to bind against 127.0.0.1.
> I can sorta "get it to work" if i run portmap in the base system, but then
> the drac rpc won't work right. If there is a previous instance of rpc.dracd
> running in another jail, it kills it and starts it in the current jail!
> It was SOOOO much nicer when dracd was not an rpc service.
> Does anyone have a solution/patches or can recommend a similar service for
> postfix in a jailed environment?
> Tony Holmes
> Founder and Senior Systems Architect
> Crosswinds Internet Communications Inc.
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