I installed the jail utilities (forgot which ones)
has a 'jkill' utility.
I then added a /etc/rc.conf.d/ezjail with a pre-stop() command that
calls a jkill.
then all works fine.
Frank Steinborn wrote:
I have a strange problem on my 7.1-RELEASE with ezjail here. I have 5
jails configured with ezjail, and they run flawlessy - they come up on
boot without problems.
However, if i stop a jail (via /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ezjail.sh stop
<jail>) and then want to restart it via the rc-script, it stalls here:
# /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ezjail.sh start mldonkey.local
If I check with jls and 'pgrep -lfj <jid>', i see that there are processes
inside the hanging jail running, including /etc/rc. I guess the
jails are hanging somewhere in the boot-process, and i guess it's
I even doubt that this is an ezjail-only problem, but this is just a
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