Handbook Jail Chapter rewrite available for critique

Nicolas de Bari Embriz Garcia Rojas nbari at inbox.im
Mon Mar 18 20:02:07 UTC 2013

Hi, nice document, related to the use of jail.con maybe the use of
sysutils/jail2 could be mention since I think makes things a little more

related to this:
During the development of the jail.conf file method documented here, a
few bugs came to light with the jail(8) program which the author has
fixed, but which are not included in the 9.1-RELEASE. You can wait for
the publishing of 9.2-RELEASE which will contain the updated version of
jail(8) or you can download just the source for jail(8) and compile it
to use on 9.1-RELEASE.

Can you please explain what are the bugs or any reference with more info ?

also any idea/example of how to use the cpuset.id  would be appreciated.


On 03/18/2013 18:38, Fbsd8 wrote:
> To all interested parties;
> I have completed the final draft of the total rewrite of FreeBSD's
> handbook Chapter 16 on Jails.
> Before submitting my work for submission to the documentation group for
> insertion in the handbook I am looking for critique of the work to find
> errors in concept, wrong use of words, or anything to make it better.
> All feedback welcomed. Please email me directly so we keep the noise
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