Yes, it's better to have 4 jails for each system with their own apache, 
php and mysql.
You can also install the same in the base system and then create on the 
base system packages for all updates needed by ports installed on the 
jails and just update with those packages.

Regards,

Ivailo Tanusheff
Deputy Head of IT Department
ProCredit Bank (Bulgaria) AD





"Don Munyak" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
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I want to build a FreeBSD webserver to replace a M$ IIS web server.
I've started researching using Jails but am a little confused.

Given I am hosting four(4) websites, would I have four separate jails.
each jail having a separate install of apache + php + mysql ?

or would I be installing apache + php + mysql at the base system, and
then have four separate jails for each web site and database files ??

Thanks
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