I tried to use truss inside the jail : I copied the truss binary and ran ldd to copy the libraries needed by truss. I admit that I forgot to mount a /proc filesystem in the jail (truss needs it). But truss can't be executed (so /proc isn't a problem yet), the error is the same :
jail: execv: /usr/bin/truss: Permission denied Permissions are 555, owned by root:wheel. I also tried with 755. What's wrong ?? I set up another jail with Apache, and it's working Thanks. 2007/2/15, Vincent Bolinard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
Hi, I've reinstalled MySQL in the jail to be sure, and it's still not working. I also forgot to tell that the previous jail ran under a 6.1 upgraded to 6.2. Now, I'm running a fresh 6.2-RELEASE. The error message is the same : jail: execv: /usr/local/libexec/mysqld: Permission denied Thank you for your help. 2007/2/15, Vincent Bolinard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > Hi, > > Yesterday, I backed up my MySQL jail with "tar jcpf" (and used tar > jxpvf to extract). > Now, when I try to run it as I used to (jail -U mysql /jail/mysqld/ > mysqld.domaine.com 192.168.1.6 /usr/local/libexec/mysqld &), it fails > giving me a "Permission Denied" error. > > If I try to run it with "chroot -u mysql /jail/mysqld > /usr/local/libexec/mysqld &", it works ! > > I don't understand. > > Does somebody have an idea ? > > Thank you. > > P.S.: I'm running FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE and MySQL server 5.0.27. >
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