New jail(8) committed
jhellenthal at dataix.net
Mon Apr 30 02:09:51 UTC 2012
On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 07:44:51PM -0600, Jamie Gritton wrote:
> On 04/29/12 17:37, Mr Dandy wrote:
> > Looks like the new functionality lost abilities of old /etc/rc.d/jail to carry
> > out multiple quantity of prestart/stop instruction
> > Old cool feature:
> > jail_example_exec_afterstart0=""
> > jail_example_exec_afterstart1=""
> > ..
> > In new style it doesn't work:
> > exec.start0 = '/bin/date';
> > exec.start1 = '/bin/date';
> > ..
> I'll need to make sure I have the documentation in order for this. You
> can have:
> exec.start = '/bin/foo';
> exec.start += '/bin/bar';
Thank you.... no more renumbering
> > also it would be great to have "include<config>" for some other places
> > (/etc/jail.d for example) that it was possible to have one config per jail.
> Yes it would. This is one of the things on my to-do list.
> - Jamie
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