sysvipc only for one jail

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Tue Aug 13 12:07:04 UTC 2013

Terje Elde wrote:
> On 12. aug. 2013, at 19.46, Trond Endrestøl wrote:
>> If you start the jail manually using jail(8), then /etc/jail.conf 
>> comes into play, whereas the lines in /etc/rc.conf is used during 
>> automatic startup of the jails when the host is rebooted. The whole 
>> arrangement seems unnecessary redundant, and I truly wish this can be 
>> merged sooner rather than later.
> It *is* unnecessary redundant.
> If you're using /etc/rc.conf to define the jails, then start them with:
> /etc/rc.d/jail start jailname
> That is, if you're mostly using /etc/rc.conf to define the jails, then start them manually using that as well?
> Problem solved?
> Terje

Here is a writeup about jails that you may find useful.
It includes a boot time jail startup script for jail(8) defined jails.

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