New kernel and jail

Vladimir vladar at
Tue Apr 17 06:51:54 UTC 2007

OP> On Fri, Apr 13, 2007 at 09:36:20AM +0400, Vladimir wrote:
>> Hi all.

OP> Hi Vladimir,
>> I have FreeBSD 5.4 installed. There is a working jail. 
>> I am trying to rebuild a kernel to enable quota support. Therefore
>> i?ve added "options QUOTA" to config file (all other options
>> are from GENERIC). When booting with this new kernel jail does not
>> start. When i issue at the command prompt:
>> jail /opt/jails/ /bin/sh
>> i get:
>> jail: jail: Invalid argument  
>> There is no messages in log files regarding jail.
>> After rebooting with old kernel everything is normal.

OP> I can not say much about your problem - but 5.4 is a little bit
OP> outdated. Is it possible for you to make an update to a newer release?
OP> 6.2 would be a good deal.
OP> There are very cute rc-scripts to start/restart/stop your jail(s), too.

No, it is not possible :(

Do i need to perform any actions with the jail when upgrading a kernel
or the jail must work without any changes?
Is there some sort of a Howto about this?


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