Nicolas de Bari Embriz Garcia Rojas nbari at
Fri Mar 22 22:49:48 UTC 2013

Guys, please don't take me bad, but better stop this "@%!" and use your
talent to help me found a way to properly measure bandwidth per jails in
a long period.

I am using sysutils/jail2 port to start/stop jails, My working
configuration so far is this:

I use the jid so that later I can use in /etc/rctl.conf with something like:


my jail.conf looks like

* {
  exec.start = "/bin/sh /etc/rc";
  exec.stop = "/bin/sh /etc/rc.shutdown";
  securelevel = 3;

www {
  jid = 10;
  name = www;
  host.hostname = $;
  ip4.addr =;
  path = /jails/www;

vpn {
  jid = 20;
  name = vpn;
  host.hostname = $;
  ip4.addr =,;
  path = /jails/vpn;

guest {
  jid = 30;
  name = guest;
  host.hostname = $;
  ip4.addr =;
  path = /jails/guest;

On 03/22/2013 22:32, sib at wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 6:12 PM, Fbsd8 <fbsd8 at> wrote:
>> Boy this simple critique request sure has gotten out of hand. So lets
> set the record straight.
> You got exactly what you asked for.
>> On the subject ezjail not being referenced in the document like it is in
> the current version of the online handbook is just a writing content
> error.
> With all the spam you've put on the forums and mailing list(s) about
> qjail, I wonder how true it is that you just "whoops, forgot to mention
> ezjail" in your propaganda rewrite.
>> When it comes to the question of the handbook jail chapter needing
>> updating, A member of the document team has already offered to partner up
>> with me to get it added to the handbook as fast as possible.
> The documentation team will never accept such poorly-written stuff that's
> laced with "use qjail use qjail use qjail - it's the only way!" I'll
> believe it when I see it.
>> On the subject of qjail being a fork of ezjail, of course it is.
> Forks don't completely overwrite the copyright of a project and claim it
> as their own, while just changing variable names and renaming the tool
> something else. This is not a fork, it's a complete rip-off that gives no
> credit to the original author (who did MUCH more of the work).
>> Qjail was developed by the qjail project team
> No it wasn't. It was developed by the ezjail author, and you just made
> small changes and called it your own.
>> Our British member concluded that the author of ezjail must be British
> based solely on the spelling of the flavour directory. He also convinced
> us that his Beerware license was British humor, a joke, and should not be
> taken serous.
> I think the GPL is a joke, but people still take it seriously. You can't
> just decide a license should be completely ignored.
>> I was chosen the project leader and public voice only because my English
> was the best among us.
> It gives me a headache trying to read some of the stuff you write. You've
> got an American guy and a British guy and neither of their native English
> is better than yours?
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