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Re: Jails won't start without enabled daemons
- To: ezjail AT erdgeist DOT org
- Subject: Re: Jails won't start without enabled daemons
- From: Spil Oss <spil.oss AT googlemail DOT com>
- Date: Sun, 17 Jan 2010 20:27:56 +0100
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On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 8:16 PM, Spil Oss <spil.oss AT googlemail DOT com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Just had some problems with starting jails.
> /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ezjail start build
> would return normally, nothing out of order to be found in
> Changing the start command to /bin/sh -x /etc/rc indicated that
> nothing was failing.
> Finally found out that I must have at least one daemon enabled in the
> jail for it to start.
> This behaviour I don't recall from before. Is it new or must there
> always be a daemon to start in /etc/rc.conf(.local)?
> Kind regards,
Forgot to mention a number of things.
- After a start for the jail, you can't start it again since the
/var/run/jail_build.id file exists
- If you stop all processes in a jail, the jail is gone and can't be
started again since the /var/run/jail_build.id file exists