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Manual Reference Pages  -  INJAIL (8)

NAME

injail - determine if a process is running in a jail

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Diagnostics
Bugs
Author
See Also

SYNOPSIS

injail

DESCRIPTION

The injail utility returns a result which indicates the jailed status of the current process environment.

DIAGNOSTICS

The injail utility exits with one of the following values:
0 the process is running in a jail.
1 the process is not running in a jail.
2 an error prevented determining if the process is running in a jail.

BUGS

injail uses kvm_getprocs(3) to determine process status. Anything which could cause a failure in either kvm_open(3) or kvm_getprocs(3) can cause this to fail as well. There aught to be a cleaner way.

AUTHOR

James E. Quick <jq@quick.com>

SEE ALSO

jails(8), jail(8), jls(8), kvm(3)
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