jails clean startup

Simon 'corecode' Schubert corecode at fs.ei.tum.de
Sun Mar 19 14:46:00 PST 2006

joerg at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
the attached patches make it a bit easier to setup jails (no fake /etc/fstab,
no additional network_interfaces="" in jails' /etc/rc.conf, etc) since some
services are not supposed to run inside jail.
I never liked the nojail keyword. Anyway, I don't like the new sysctl
either, since it is redundant. Try "kill -0 1" :-)
I actually quite like the patch.  And having a sysctl telling explicitly 
if running in a jail or not seems a very sane idea.  What does FreeBSD do?

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