1. yayj

    Solved How to share a regular file between jails

    As far as I know, nullfs(5) is useful for sharing an existing and mounted directory between jails. I can edit fstab(5) file of each jails: /path/to/be/shared /usr/jails/foo/path/shared nullfs ro 0 0 /path/to/be/shared /usr/jails/bar/path/shared nullfs rw 0 0 But it seems probably true that...
  2. roccobaroccoSC

    Solved Binaries get rewritten at jail start with unionfs

    I am working on a solution for mass jails deployment based on ZFS datasets and unionfs. A jail template is created by extracting base archive into the dataset. Then the dataset is mounted read-only in all the jails' roots and each jail has its own lean dataset, where only the deltas are stored...
  3. J

    Solved Do nullfs mounts count toward disk usage?

    This is probably a very simple, bordering on stupid, question; so apologies for that. Do nullfs mounts (of host filesystems) within a jail count toward actual disk usage? If I mount a host filesystem in a jail as a read-only nullfs, doing du on the jail includes the (size of the) mounted...
  4. hoppel

    Usage of nullfs inside a Jail / Hack 88 / allow_mount_nullfs

    Hi! I've got the 88 character limitation for the fstab entry. It seems the problem will be solved in FreeBSD 12.x maybe in 2019. How can I use nullfs inside a jail? Thats my fstab entry for the jail. It mounts the specific blog domain to the Wordpress jail...
  5. Kay

    Solved is this a bug? nullfs mount yields inconsistent source/target subfolder

    This is driving me crazy - I'm nullfs mounting a folder from /data to $HOME/data. The source /data folder has three subfolders: [john@host ~]$ ls -la /data total 27 d-wxrwx--x 5 root wheel 5 Feb 4 10:32 . drwxr-xr-x 19 root wheel 26 Feb 4 10:15 .. drwxr-x--- 2 john media 3...
  6. T

    Solved noatime and nullfs

    Hi, How does atime behave with nullfs? If the underlying file system is not mounted with noatime how will a nullfs mount behave?
  7. J

    Solved Access main host zpool from FreeBSD Jail

    I have a FreeNAS box and want to create a FreeBSD jail for custodial scripts to manage files on various datasets in my main zpool. I want the jail to be able to move files across datasets so I would prefer to not mount via a network share. I want to put these scripts into a jail so I can install...