devfs rule: ioctl DEVFSIO_SAPPLY: No such process
donnex at donnex.net
Tue Apr 4 15:16:18 UTC 2006
Thanks. That did the trick. Strange that I couldn't set it manually from
the command line. Anyway it works perfect when I use rc.conf and start
it with the jail rc.d script.
Daniel Johansson - <donnex at donnex.net>
Anish Mistry wrote:
> On Monday 03 April 2006 18:18, Daniel Johansson wrote:
>> I'm setting up a jail in FreeBSD 6.0. I've done that before in 4.x
>> but now it's a new box and newer version of FreeBSD. Everything
>> works fine except for the rules for my devfs mount. What I want to
>> do is to hide the devices that isn't necessary in my jail
>> environment like the disks etc.
>> I've read the man files and some other guides online for this and
>> my understanding is that I should use devd to manipulate the devfs
>> mount and tell it to use rule set 4, as devfs.rules says is
>> suitable for jails.
>> $ devfs -m /path/to/my/jail/dev/ rule -s 4 applyset
>> devfs rule: ioctl DEVFSIO_SAPPLY: No such process
>> Am I doing something wrong or why do I get that error message? Any
>> tips or comments about how to fix this?
>> If you replay please CC the mail to me as I'm not subscribed to
>> this mailing list.
> Assuming you've got everything setup in your rc.conf the following is
> what I use for a basic jail with basic dev entries:
> # myjailname jail
> ifconfig_vr0_alias0="inet 192.168.1.60 netmask 255.255.255.255"
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