Re: a quick jails question

2007-09-05 Thread Adam J Richardson

Jonathan Horne wrote:

will a NFS server run in a jail?

im guessing no, that it falls into the funny services category (like snmp) 
that wont run right in a jail.


thanks,


Hi Jonathan.

Forgive my curiosity, but why would you run NFS in a jail?

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Adam J Richardson
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Re: a quick jails question

2007-09-05 Thread Jonathan Horne

Quoting Adam J Richardson [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


Jonathan Horne wrote:

will a NFS server run in a jail?

im guessing no, that it falls into the funny services category   
(like snmp) that wont run right in a jail.


thanks,


Hi Jonathan.

Forgive my curiosity, but why would you run NFS in a jail?

Regards,
Adam J Richardson
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well, right now i have one physical server, running 4 jails (my web,  
mail, and 2 dns).  my file server, is actually my desktop.  i would  
like to transfer this data to my server (so that the data lives on the  
RAID), and just do a new jail that i serve my files from (also,  
transferring build duties over to this physical server, via the  
file-server jail).


i still need to test if it still works the same (im guessing yes, but  
i really dont know until i try it) to build my world and kernels that  
i need from a jailed host, but i have a long way to go on that  
project.  also need to make sure samba still works as expected, and a  
couple other things.


all, so i dont have to make sure my desktop is onlie if i need to  
access some files  :).


cheers,  (and first list-post, from my new horde install!  woot!)
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Re: a quick jails question

2007-09-02 Thread Wojciech Puchar



will a NFS server run in a jail?

im guessing no, that it falls into the funny services category (like snmp)
that wont run right in a jail.


look in ports for user space nfsd



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