Well, me again, from France ;-(
I've got three jails (managed with bastilleBSD ;-)) :
one with nginx in frontal ;
a second with Apache + Nextcloud (Why Apache ? Because, nginx seems not to be supported officialy in Nextcloud) ;
a third with OnlyOffice.
All is working well since a week... =>...
I've been dealing with an issue for about 6 months now. Curious if anyone has ideas how to expand troubleshooting.
Summary of issue:
Use any SR-IOV capable network card on a Supermicro motherboard
Create only vnet jails using SR-IOV VFs: works great
Create only bhyve VMs using...
I'm still new to FreeBSD. But I torture my Home-Lab as much as I can, to learn as much as possible.
I started learning about Jails.It's a great concept, and now I use Bastille to manage Jails and in general it works superb.
Here's my new goal I set for myself:
1. Setup a FreeBSD server...
geli(8) is one of the most powerful block device-layer disk encryption system available in FreeBSD, which protects our data against cold storage attacks. geli(8) encrypts our data so that a skilled intruder cannot see sensitive documents, or modify our data without us noticing that a...
I was following the handbook when creating a thin jail and ended up with a jail where ping reports the following error:
ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libcap_dns.so.2" not found, required by "ping"
The fault is probably mine, but I wanted to understand better what happened. My host is...
Greetings. I have public NIC with few public IPs assigned;
$ext_if = my external NIC with my public Internet addresses
$public_IP_1 = one of my public Internet IP (assigned as an alias and working on $ext_if)
And 10.10.10.2 is my jail running on FreeBSD 14 host machine.
I have the following PF...
I created a jail with a configuration structure that I developed for all my internal freebsd jails, I decided to install 14.0-Release without CBSD/Churchers Bhyve, essentially good old FreeBSD Jails.
The jail 14.0-Release does not create an ipv4; only the ipv6 option is in the ifconfig... I...
I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the correct part of the forum. Or if this is even possible. I made a backup of a jail using bastille like this:
bastille export --xz jail1
It saves a backup to /usr/local/bastille/backups/jail1_2023-12-23-041249.xz.
I created the first jail like this...
Managing our development projects is very easy nowadays, there are so many services to choose from, some with less or more features, but there is an open source project, self-hosted, with so many features that can be installed in a few minutes and the best part is that we can install it on...
When I attempt to export a stopped iocage managed jail I am getting this error:
# iocage export mx132&
[root@vhost03 ~ (master)]# Exporting dataset: zroot/iocage/jails/mx132
Exporting dataset: zroot/iocage/jails/mx132/root
warning: cannot send...
Hello. I was setting up a jail and I give up installing it and now I can't delete /jails/demojail folder. Those are errors that I am getting when I try to delete it.
# rm -rf /jails/demojail/
rm: /jails/demojail/usr/bin/su: Operation not permitted
rm: /jails/demojail/usr/bin/crontab: Operation...
(Using Bastille from ports Version 0.10.20231013)
FreeBSD 13.2-p4, AMD64
Dear valued forum members,
I am new to jails and spend the recent evenings following the official bastille manual to learn.
Setting up different FBSD jails worked fine so far.
Here is what I'm struggling with:
I have been reading that Wayland is a replacement for X, so I searched the Web but there's nothing about configuraing Wayland to work in Jails. Does Wayland work in jails? If not, should I still stick with X? Some advice would be appreciated.
I've a tiny FreeBSD VPS with two jails running within it. I'm reaching out the jails remotely via SSH (First jail: My.public.IP.addr:4215 - 2nd one: my.public.IP.addr:4214) by having the config below.
lo1 = My Jails' virtual local interface I created via rc.conf. I don't know if...
Is there any way to hide the network interfaces in jails?
For instance, when I execute "ifconfig" in my jail, I see the interfaces from the host as well, such as; em0, lo0, pflog0..etc. Is there any way to hide them from the ifconfig output of the jails?
My jail runs on lo1 and gets an...
While I'm relatively new to FreeBSD, I took my time to first study it (read quite a few books, including the ones on networking and jails) and then I took about 2 months trying to create a perfect workstation for myself, but so far I was unsuccessful in my attempts to do it according to my...
I really don't understand the structure of mount points in a jail. I didn't need to understand it until today. Here's what happened:
In my TruNAS I suddenly had an error where a jail (crushFTP) would not run because a mount point had an ACL. How it developed the ACL I don't know. But deleting...
I have a small hobby website which has been running for the past 15 years.
It is a Ruby on Rails application. The architecture is nginx proxying to unicorn which wraps the ruby codebase. There are also a couple Resque processes (leveraging Redis) to handle async jobs which need...
I decided to post a simple working setup from my FreeBSD box to help others that were struggling to find a working system to learn from like I was.
This isn't meant to be an end-all solution but rather a reference and learning opportunity and I would gladly accept help and suggestions on how to...
I need some help, I don't know exactly what I am looking for so I would like some advice with what I am trying to do here.
So I play with NAT jails currently, and I would like to :
_ access them using a proper domain name (a fake one see the note below) instead of IP+PORT.
_ avoid the...