Jonathan Horne wrote:
what is the best method for backup? just back up the whole thing as if it were "files" on my host?
Files in a jail are in fact just files on the host, so you could certainly do that. But as in many things (and especially when talking about backups), "best" is framed by local conditions, practices and requirements. There's nothing much special about backing up jail files though, so do what you normally do.
There are by default some constraints on jailed processes using devices. This may or may not affect trying to run backup processes from inside the jail. Backups running in the host environment have no such constraints.
Personally, I like to configure all jails on a standalone /jails partition so that I can easily take a snapshot from the host and run a backup against that.
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