Just remove it from the crontab. You don't need it in the jail.
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Sent: August 04, 2006 3:51 PM
Subject: adjkerntz in a jail
I found your question on freebsd.org:
I'm running apache in a jail on 6.0. Cron is sending me output like:
adjkerntz: sysctl(put_wallclock): Operation not permitted
Is this entry needed in a jail's crontab to run adjkerntz and if so what
setting do i have to alter on the host system to make it work?
I am wondering if you got it answered and if you would share the
solution with me. I am not very familiar with jail, but I've taken over
a server that is using it. Needless to say, the reason I'm on this
quest is to stop the fifty or so emails per day.
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