Jail startup/shutdown broken on latest 9-STABLE
mjguzik at gmail.com
Thu May 24 22:59:46 UTC 2012
On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 04:46:52PM -0600, Jamie Gritton wrote:
> I'll get the patch to jail(8) in - thanks for catching that. But I
> wonder about the patch to /etc/rc.d/jail. It looks correct, but I'm
> going to see if it's /etc/rc.d/jail that needs changing, or if my recent
> changes to jail(8) have changed the order in which things are written.
Yeah, was not sure whether I should change the order or the script. :)
Would not it be better to just create empty persistent jail as first step?
Since in this case only one line will be generated (jid), rc.d script
will be able to just take the output - this seems much less fragile
than the current method. Then of course it would proceed with jexec
running /etc/rc and in the end drop persist flag.
It looks like rc.d script still uses old syntax so this actually may be
less trivial than it sounds. That being said, if this is idea sounds
okay, I can try to come up with a patch this weekend.
Mateusz Guzik <mjguzik gmail.com>
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