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Re: [ezjail] How to start without rc setting?



2007/11/17, Roy Will <seeker365 AT gmail DOT com>:
> 2007/11/17, Graham Todd <gtodd AT bellanet DOT org>:
> > Roy Will wrote:
> > > i removed the line: ezjail_enable="YES" in the /etc/rc.conf,
> > > but can not start my jails with: /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ezjail.sh start .
> >
> > if you examine that script I think you'll find it uses the rc.subr
> > functions (?) - in that case ${name}_enable="YES" is usually required.
>
> i used this command and can start jails now and see jails with jls:
> #env ezjail_enable="YES" /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ezjail.sh start
>
> but can not stop jails:
> # /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ezjail.sh stop www
>  Warning: Jail www not found.
>

OH, because i set the my jail 'www' with:
#ezjail-admin config -r norun  jailname
....

another jail can be stopped.

>
> >
> > > Also, if  ezjail_enable="YES"  is added, and i want to config which
> > > jails can be started automatically and which jails can not, how to ?
> >
> > check the man page for ezjail-admin's "config" argument.
> >
> > from  ezjail-admin(1)
> >
> >   You can prevent an ezjail from being run at system start
> >   by  the  "-r norun" option and reenable it by "-r run".
> >
>
> i found this command:
> #ezjail-admin config -r norun  jailname
>
> i thought some config vars can be added to rc.conf to decide which
> jails can be run or which can not.
>
> Thanks.
>