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Re: [ezjail] OpenVPN in a FreeBSD jail
On 2013-09-03 14:47, Dirk Engling wrote:
On 03.09.13 20:39, Dan Langille wrote:
jaildaemon -j <jid-of-your-openvpn-jail> -c /opt/openvpn-route-reset -t
This makes me think you need to restart jaildaemon whenever that jail
is restarted. I am quite confident that can be scripted.
Have you done that already?
No, you don't need to restart jaildaemon. It runs in daemon mode if
started with the -D option and spawns probes into the jail with the -c
option. And since a) the probe dies with the jail and b) potentially
jid changes whenever the jail is restarted, it of course needs to be
respawned whenever the jail restarts
I am interesting in respawning of jaildaemon whenever the jail is
restarted. I imagine that
can be tied into the ezjail scripts.
Going further: if you have multiple jails using this feature, multiple
Reading man 1 pkill, this sends a HUP to all processes with title =
This causes the spawned process to report back to the jaildaemon, which
the /opt/openvpn-route-reset script.
Correct. The -r option in the above call to jaildaemon makes the probe
Dan Langille - http://langille.org/