Hi Dan, Dan Naumov wrote: > So, I want the basejail to only contain the world and link the ports > tree from the host into each individual jail when it's time to update > the ports inside them, but I am running into a bit of a bizarre issue: > I can mount_nullfs /usr/ports elsewhere on the host just fine, but it > doesn't work if I try to mount_nullfs it to /usr/ports inside the > jail: > > mount_nullfs /usr/ports/ /usr/ports2 > > df -H | grep ports > cerberus/usr-ports 34G 241M 34G 1% /usr/ports > cerberus/usr-ports-distfiles 34G 0B 34G 0% > /usr/ports/distfiles > cerberus/usr-ports-packages 34G 0B 34G 0% > /usr/ports/packages > /usr/ports 34G 241M 34G 1% /usr/ports2 > > mount | grep ports > cerberus/usr-ports on /usr/ports (zfs, local) > cerberus/usr-ports-distfiles on /usr/ports/distfiles (zfs, local) > cerberus/usr-ports-packages on /usr/ports/packages (zfs, local) > /usr/ports on /usr/ports2 (nullfs, local) > > mount_nullfs /usr/ports/ /usr/jails/semipublic/usr/ports > mount_nullfs: /basejail: No such file or directory > > What is going on here? I also note that the error actually wants a > /basejail on the host, which is even more bizarre: > > mount_nullfs /usr/ports/ /usr/jails/semipublic/usr/ports > mount_nullfs: /basejail: No such file or directory > > mkdir /basejail > > mount_nullfs /usr/ports/ /usr/jails/semipublic/usr/ports > mount_nullfs: /basejail/usr: No such file or directory > > Yet, this works: > > mkdir /usr/jails/semipublic/test > mount_nullfs /usr/ports/ /usr/jails/semipublic/test > umount /usr/jails/semipublic/test > > Any ideas? > >
The ports directory in an ezjail is a link to /basejail/usr/ports (in the jail). Breaking the link (from the host) allows the mount to work successfully. orion# ll usr/ports lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 19 Mar 8 18:06 usr/ports -> /basejail/usr/ports orion# unlink usr/ports orion# mkdir usr/ports orion# mount_nullfs /usr/ports usr/ports orion# Regards, -- Glen Barber _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"