kern/96438: Executeing a linux binary within jail causes reboot.

Peter B pb at
Sun Apr 30 13:27:44 UTC 2006

>> >Description:
>> Launching a linux binary like tcsh as the initial command from
>> jail(8) seem to cause system reboot. Second occurence is that in
>> some circumstances _within_ jail(8) executeing linux binary cause
>> the system to reboot in the same way. Because the machine in
>> question is a remote. I have not watched console while this
>> happends.
>Can't reproduce on my 6.0-STABLE box and todat HEAD:
>shy# uname -a
>FreeBSD 6.0-STABLE FreeBSD 6.0-STABLE #0: Sun Jan 29
>11:21:40 MSK 2006     maxim at  i386
>shy# jail / test /compat/linux/bin/bash
>bash-2.05b# uname -a
>Linux test 2.4.2 FreeBSD 6.0-STABLE #0: Sun Jan 29 11:21:40 MSK 2006
>i586 i586 i386 GNU/Linux
>bash-2.05b# exit
>Could you verify that with the latest RELENG_6?

I'll have to make a setup for that. Might take some days due other tasks.

It might be that I setup the jail tree to not use compat. But rather have
a complete linux system tree at jail root. Ie linux files in /bin/ not

That way when software like Xilinx tries to modify/access /usr/X11R6 files it
get's the linux files it expect.

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