jid and jname are numberic by default why? Can we change it ?
jamie at FreeBSD.org
Mon Jan 30 19:18:09 UTC 2012
On 01/30/12 10:55, Daniel Shahaf wrote:
> Jamie Gritton wrote on Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 10:38:16 -0700:
>> On 01/28/12 15:47, Daniel Shahaf wrote:
>>> P.S. As an aside, the provision in projects/jailconf/'s jail(8) that
>>> it's not possible for 'jail -r' to remove all jails _unless_ the '*'
>>> syntax is used seems unusual to me: I expect 'jail -r foo bar' to remove
>>> those two jails regardless of whether any other jails exist. (Sorry if
>>> this has been discussed already -- it's just an issue I ran across while
>>> examining the jail(8) man page in Jamie's framework.)
>> I think I must have communicated something badly - "jail -r *" is the
>> way to remove all jails without specifying them, but if your only jails
>> are foo and bar, then "jail -r foo bar" will do the trick.
> That sounds absolutely sane; exactly the behaviour I'd expect.
> The sentence that led me to think otherwise is the second sentence of this
> excerpt from jail.8 at r230776:
> An argument of
> .Dq *
> is a wildcard that will operate on all jails. To prevent errors,
> this is the only way for
> .Fl r
> to remove all jails.
Yes, I can see what you mean. I'd tell you that sentence obviously mean
something else, but at the moment I'm not sure what I meant when I write
> P.S. What is the timeframe for the jailconf framework to be included in
> a release? 9.1, 10.0, ...?
Yes, those. I had missed the cutoff for 9.0 (and then waited around
until 9.0 was actually released), but I'll be putting in it soon.
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