[firstname.lastname@example.org: jail on nullfs and 5.1-RELEASE]
tompos at martos.bme.hu
Tue Jan 6 05:11:24 PST 2004
On Tue, Jan 06, 2004 at 05:49:37PM +0530, Subhro wrote:
> Hi Tompos,
> Refer to the jail manual pages. It will tell you how to run services within
> a jail. Running services within a jail is *not* like running services on a
> bare system. Also find locked up as expected. For executing the find ssh to
> the jail and check from inside. And regarding the process, it is very much
> normal that you can't see the process. You will just see the main jail
> process from ps -aux. It will be running with a j flag indicating it's a
> jail process. If you wnt to find the process for something (say gruff)
> running inside a jail, then get into the jail and type ps -aux.
I did run the find within the jail and it locked up.
Why is it normal, that I can't see the process? Yes, I now, it has J
flag, but I should see it outside the jail, souldn't I?
Do I misunderstand something?
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