cvs commit: src/lib/libc/gen getvfsbyname.3 src/share/man/man9 VFS_SET.9 src/sys/kern kern_jail.c vfs_mount.c src/sys/sys mount.h src/usr.bin/lsvfs lsvfs.c src/usr.sbin/jail jail.8

Pawel Jakub Dawidek pjd at
Thu Apr 5 21:03:06 UTC 2007

pjd         2007-04-05 21:03:05 UTC

  FreeBSD src repository

  Modified files:
    lib/libc/gen         getvfsbyname.3 
    share/man/man9       VFS_SET.9 
    sys/kern             kern_jail.c vfs_mount.c 
    sys/sys              mount.h 
    usr.bin/lsvfs        lsvfs.c 
    usr.sbin/jail        jail.8 
  Add security.jail.mount_allowed sysctl, which allows to mount and
  unmount jail-friendly file systems from within a jail.
  Precisely it grants PRIV_VFS_MOUNT, PRIV_VFS_UNMOUNT and
  PRIV_VFS_MOUNT_NONUSER privileges for a jailed super-user.
  It is turned off by default.
  A jail-friendly file system is a file system which driver registers
  itself with VFCF_JAIL flag via VFS_SET(9) API.
  The lsvfs(1) command can be used to see which file systems are
  jail-friendly ones.
  There currently no jail-friendly file systems, ZFS will be the first one.
  In the future we may consider marking file systems like nullfs as
  Reviewed by:    rwatson
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.17      +7 -0      src/lib/libc/gen/getvfsbyname.3
  1.10      +7 -0      src/share/man/man9/VFS_SET.9
  1.63      +17 -0     src/sys/kern/kern_jail.c
  1.253     +7 -0      src/sys/kern/vfs_mount.c
  1.224     +1 -0      src/sys/sys/mount.h
  1.18      +5 -0      src/usr.bin/lsvfs/lsvfs.c
  1.83      +10 -0     src/usr.sbin/jail/jail.8

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