Jon Passki schreef:
Well it is not a file but a link to /basejail/bootHello, (From below:)install: mkdir /usr/jails/jail1//boot: File exists install: /usr/jails/jail1//boot: No such file or directoryYou currently have a file (not directory) called '/usr/jails/jail1/boot'. rm the file and rerun the commands. If the commands for whatever reason create a file again, try to just mkdir the directory and re-run. Jon On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 6:52 AM, Johan Hendriks<j.hendriks AT schavemaker DOT com> wrote:Hallo all Hello all i use ezjail to setup jails. I have this running on some machines that started form 7.0 i always use the following sequence to update between releases and to install errata and security updates.(this is from the jailhost Code: cd /usr/src make cleanworld && make -j2 buildworld && make -j2 kernel mergemaster -p make installworld mergemaster -iU ezjail-admin update -i mergemaster -iU -D /usr/jails/jail1 mergemaster -iU -D /usr/jails/jail2 and so on. this works from 7.0 to 7.1 with all security updates and so on Now i upgrade 1 machine to 7.2 but on the mergemaster part i get the following. Code: install -o root -g wheel -m 444 /usr/src/etc/../sys/amd64/conf/GENERIC.hints /var/tmp/temproot/boot/device.hints *** Beginning comparison *** Checking /usr/jails/jail1//etc/rc.d for stale files *** No stale files found *** There is no installed version of ./boot/device.hints install: mkdir /usr/jails/jail1//boot: File exists install: /usr/jails/jail1//boot: No such file or directory *** FATAL ERROR: Unable to install ./boot/device.hints to /usr/jails/jail1//boot I also set up an new FreeBSD 8.0 system with ezjail and created a test jail, and i get the same result. How do i mergemaster my jails now. I think i missed something, but can not find it. --
lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 14 Jul 4 14:11 boot -> /basejail/boot
But this is on a new created jail through ezjail, on a fresh FreeBSD 8.0-BETA1 system
Am i doing something wrong when creating the jail ?
i use this command:
ezjail-admin create -r /usr/jails/jail1 mailserver.mydomain.com 192.168.1.33
it creates the link to /basejail/boot.
thanks for your time