ezjail setup - base and skeleton on SSD, jails on ZFS

Beeblebrox zaphod at berentweb.com
Sat Jun 14 21:28:16 UTC 2014

Very simply, ezjail creates a baseworld which gets mounted read-only on the 

It's really very simple. Create a sample ezjail environment, then look
through the directory structure and the /etc/fstab.jailname that was created
as a result.

*Summary to all the above:* Your question does not make sense because
a) You can place jails anywhere and in any fashion you like and
b) ZFS or partitions impose no constraints on jails. The only possible
consideration would be one of performance (speed due to HDD cache size and
read/write throughput)

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