PRs for tag 'jail'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for tag 'jail' as of 4-20-2014. GNATS has no finer-grained categorization than 'kern', 'bin', 'ports', and so forth. To augment this, the bugmeisters have adopted the convention of adding '[<tagname>]' to the Synopsis field. Consider this a prototype of a better search function.
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PRs for tag 'jail':
|o||2014/04/18||kern/188753||jail||[jail] mount devfs ruleset ignored|
|o||2014/03/27||kern/188018||jail||[jail] [vimage] Running pfctl -sr -v in Jail with VIMAGE crashes host|
|o||2014/02/26||kern/187079||jail||[jail] devfs_load_rulesets has to be enabled for mount.devfs to behave like expected|
|o||2014/02/02||kern/186360||jail||[jail] jail using nullfs and unionfs doesn't mount devfs|
|o||2013/12/12||kern/184719||jail||[jail] Starting jails: cannot start jail "domain_com":|
|o||2013/08/29||conf/181650||jail||[jail] [patch] /etc/rc.d/jail fails if a kernel built without INET6|
|o||2013/07/29||kern/180916||jail||[jail] [regression] jail startup is broken for 8.4 without INET6|
|o||2013/06/28||kern/180067||jail||[jail] [patch] fix multicast support within jails|
|o||2013/02/13||kern/176112||jail||[jail] [panic] kernel panic when starting jails|
|o||2013/01/02||kern/174902||jail||[jail] jail should provide validator for jail names|
|o||2012/12/04||kern/174104||emaste||[jail] security.jail.param does not reflect actual jail perms|
|o||2012/11/08||bin/173469||jail||[jail] regression: security.jail.sysvipc_allowed=1 no longer respected|
|o||2012/07/09||kern/169751||jail||[jail] reading routing information does not work in jails|
|o||2012/06/04||kern/168678||bz||[jail] raw sockets incorrectly choose source address when jail has multiple subnets|
|o||2011/08/19||kern/159918||jail||[jail] inter-jail communication failure|
|o||2011/04/22||kern/156584||bz||[jail] ipv4 packet is not forward to v4-mapped binding in jail|
|o||2011/04/01||kern/156111||jail||[jail] procstat -b not supported in jail|
|o||2011/01/23||conf/154246||jail||[jail] [patch] Bad symlink created if devfs mount point does not exist on jail startup|
|o||2010/11/21||conf/152465||simon||[jail] [patch] devfs is mounted in jails without rules if devfs.rules can't be parsed|
|a||2010/01/19||conf/142973||rc||[jail] [patch] Strange counter init value in jail rc|
|s||2010/01/19||conf/142972||jail||[jail] [patch] Support JAILv2 and vnet in rc.d/jail|
|o||2009/04/01||kern/133265||jail||[jail] is there a solution how to run nfs client in jail environment?|
|o||2008/06/03||conf/124248||rc||[jail] [patch] add support for nice value for rc.d/jail + rc.conf|
|o||2008/01/20||kern/119842||jail||[smbfs] [jail] "Bad address" with smbfs inside a jail|
|o||2006/06/28||bin/99566||jail||[jail] [patch] fstat(1) according to specified jid|
|o||2005/03/13||bin/78763||pjd||[patch] [jail] Added jail support to ps(1)|
|o||2003/02/19||kern/48471||pjd||[jail] [patch] [request] private IPC for every jail|
|s||1999/09/27||kern/13997||rwatson||[jail] [patch] RLIMIT_NPROC works unadequately for jails|
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