Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2023 22:36:40 UTC
https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=271069 --- Comment #4 from Siva Mahadevan <email@example.com> --- Further information, I think this bug has to do with the order of operations for: * setting an IPv6 address for the jail * starting the services enabled in /etc/rc.conf I am testing a mail server jail and noticed this in the logs: ===== /var/log/fullsyslog.log ===== <19>1 2023-06-08T22:25:08.819854+00:00 mail.my.domain dovecot 10235 - - master: Error: bind(::, 993) failed: Can't assign requested address <19>1 2023-06-08T22:25:08.820010+00:00 mail.my.domain dovecot 10235 - - master: Error: service(imap-login): listen(::, 993) failed: Can't assign requested address <18>1 2023-06-08T22:25:08.821619+00:00 mail.my.domain dovecot 10235 - - master: Fatal: Failed to start listeners <13>1 2023-06-08T22:25:08.827442+00:00 mail.my.domain siva 10239 - - /etc/rc: WARNING: failed to start dovecot <78>1 2023-06-08T22:25:08.836812+00:00 mail.my.domain /usr/sbin/cron 10243 - - (CRON) WARNING (madvise() failed) <35>1 2023-06-08T22:25:08.911037+00:00 mail.my.domain sshd 10260 - - error: Bind to port 22 on :: failed: Can't assign requested address. <34>1 2023-06-08T22:25:08.911360+00:00 mail.my.domain sshd 10260 - - fatal: Cannot bind any address. =================================== To me, it looks like the services are started *before* any IP address is available in the jail to bind. I have only a single IPv6 address set in /etc/jail.conf for each jail. If I log into the jail with jexec after the jail is started, I notice the IPv6 address is available in `ifconfig`. Then, if I manually restart all enabled services, everything works fine. -- You are receiving this mail because: You are the assignee for the bug.