how to exec a process in a jail while being on the main host?

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Wed Apr 16 18:41:12 UTC 2008

Try `jexec JID 'command'`

man jexec for more details...

You can obtain the JID of your jails with the command `jls`


Artem Kuchin a écrit :
> For example, i have an already runing jail with some JID and i am 
> logged in on the main host (which runs the jail).
> How can i run a new process inside the jail with a known JID w/o 
> ssh-ing into that jail or doing a lot of strange
> manupulations?
> I am asking, because i have about 20 jails running and each has a 
> running special control daemon which
> changes a lot and often. When change occures i need then to enter each 
> jail as root, kill the old daemon, start the new one.
> This take a lot of time and is really annoying.
> -- 
> Regards,
> Artem
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