Sorry if this has already been asked but I couldn't find anything in the docs and google has failed me on this.
Am I able to specify a MAC address to a Shared IP IOCAGE Jail or is that option only available with VNET?
Also, if I can specify a MAC address, how would I go about doing that?
My setup is as follows:
freenas ---- switch ---- station
freenas is running FreeBSD 11.2 with iocage jail using VNET/VIMAGE network stack (though same behaviour is observed on warden jails and previous FreeBSD releases)
It all started when I noticed that station loses connection to jail...
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I have recently upgraded my FreeBSD 10.3 server to 11.2.
With this change, I also setup my system using jails:
- Apache PHP stack
- Nginx Node.js stack
- Database stack
I have two ZFS pools:
- zfs-os the FreeBSD OS
- data mounted to /data
I am using...
After almost a couple years away, I'd like to know about jails management systems, for a new server.
In the past I've used ezjail, then qjail.
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iocage seems to require Python...
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On FreeBSD 11.1 I have four jails running that were created with py36-iocage about three months ago. Recently I ran pkg update/upgrade on my system and it upgraded IOCAGE to version 0.9.9.1_1. Since my last reboot IOCAGE can no longer locate any of the jails it originally created as if it...
I'm quite new to FreeBSD. Have been using pfSense and FreeNAS for long but naked FreeBSD I'm new to.
I just installed it on a KVM host as a guest, version 11.1.
Then I installed pkg install py36-iocage. It doesn't work though. When I install it from github (0.9.10 RC10) the problem does not...
Jails have confused me. My ultimate goal is to setup xwiki in a jail (after installing tomcat and MySQL). I have sucessfully created the jail with:
iocage create tag=xwiki ip4_addr="ue0|192.168.1.8
started it: iocage start xwiki
and accessed it: iocage console xwiki
Now the output of ifconfig...
I have a VPS on Digitalocean which I used mfsbsd to reinstall FreeBSD with ZFS/zroot with PF as my firewall. My plan with this VPS is to run wordpress, a static site and owncloud each in their own jails. Currently, I use nginx on the host machine running as a reverse proxy, intercepting https...
What's the best practise to handle the prots tree with iocage managed basejails?
Currently I am manually nullfs mounting the host systems /usr/ports everytime I need it in each jail, but as the number of jails are growing this feels more and more cumbersome.
I have been fighting with this for a couple days now with no luck; I would greatly appreciate any help.
I have my server listening on 10.21.96.200 and my jails, which are ran from within IOCage are listening on 192.168.0.1/24.
I am able to telnet to 192.168.0.2 445 (samba) just to insure...
I'm trying to determine why sysutils/iocage is so slow on my server when compared to a small VirtualBox VM on a laptop. Here are the specs of each.
Let me know if more information is required!
Model: Dell R610
CPU: Intel L5520
RAM: 32GB ECC RAM
HD: 2x 120GB SSD (striped ZFS)
I have a fresh install of FreeBSD 10.2, it’s installed on VirtualBox. I have given the VM 4x virtio-net bridged adaptors—so they appear to be on my home network (192.168.1.0/24).
My host rc.conf looks like this:
I am using iocage to manage my jails. When I created the jails, I assigned them an address on my LAN with a command similar to:
iocage create tag=myjail ip4_addr="re0|192.168.1.201"
However, after a few hours the network in the jail disconnects. I can't think of a good way to explain it, but I...
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# iocage clean -r
WARNING: this will destroy all...
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I've got DNS lookups working over UDP from the jail to the host successfully drill -u -6...