Jail causes host to reboot
Niklaas Baudet von Gersdorff
niklaas at kulturflatrate.net
Tue Sep 8 18:38:52 UTC 2015
Answering my own question:
On 08/09/15 20:33, Niklaas Baudet von Gersdorff wrote:
> $ ls -la /var/crash
> total 4
> drwxr-x--- 2 root wheel 3 Jul 11 2014 .
> drwxr-xr-x 24 root wheel 24 Sep 2 12:23 ..
> -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 5 Jan 16 2014 minfree
> $ cat /var/crash/minfree
> Does this mean that it wasn't a kernel panic at all? Or isn't there
> something worth noticing because I don't have dumpdev configured?
As rc.conf(5) says
> dumpdev (str) Indicates the device (usually a swap partition) to
> which a crash dump should be written in the event of a system
> crash. If the value of this variable is ``AUTO'', the first
> suitable swap device listed in /etc/fstab will be used as
> dump device. Otherwise, the value of this variable is passed
> as the argument to dumpon(8). To disable crash dumps, set
> this variable to ``NO''.
> dumpdir (str) When the system reboots after a crash and a crash dump
> is found on the device specified by the dumpdev variable,
> savecore(8) will save that crash dump and a copy of the ker-
> nel to the directory specified by the dumpdir variable. The
> default value is /var/crash. Set to ``NO'' to not run
> savecore(8) at boot time when dumpdir is set.
So there's nothing because I haven't configured dumpdev yet.
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