Poudriere in a jail error
peixotocassiano at gmail.com
Thu Jan 29 23:15:49 UTC 2015
I just found out a fix using the url you sent me. I used poudriere -x
bulk... to debug the problem.
By default a jail doesn't start with loopback interface and poudriere try
to build a jail inside a jail using loopback interface.
So to fix it i added the following to /etc/jail.conf in host system and
restart my jail:
Thanks for your tip.
On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 8:39 PM, Ben Woods <woodsb02 at gmail.com> wrote:
> That looks similar to this bug entry:
> Does that information help at all?
> On Friday, January 30, 2015, Cassiano Peixoto <peixotocassiano at gmail.com>
>> I'm trying to run Poudriere inside a jail to build my packages but i'm
>> having the following error:
>> [00:00:00] ====>> Creating the reference jail... done
>> [00:00:03] ====>> Mounting system devices for 10amd64-system
>> [00:00:03] ====>> Mounting ports/packages/distfiles
>> [00:00:03] ====>> Using packages from previously failed build
>> [00:00:03] ====>> Mounting packages from:
>> [00:00:03] ====>> Mounting /var/db/ports from:
>> [00:00:03] ====>> Appending to make.conf:
>> /etc/resolv.conf -> /poudriere/data/.m/10amd64-system/ref/etc/resolv.conf
>> [00:00:03] ====>> Starting jail 10amd64-system
>> jail: jail_set: Operation not permitted
>> [00:00:03] ====>> Cleaning up
>> [00:00:03] ====>> Umounting file systems
>> Any idea what's going on?
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> From: Benjamin Woods
> woodsb02 at gmail.com
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