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Manual Reference Pages  -  QJAIL.CONF (8)

NAME

qjail.conf - The qjail default configuration file.

CONTENTS

Description
Path Options

DESCRIPTION

qjail.conf contains the qjail environment defaults. In most cases the defaults do not need changing. It’s recommended to use the defaults. The defaults are hard coded in the qjail script. The qjail.conf file as delivered is located at /usr/local/etc/qjail.conf.sample and is not required for the qjail system to run. To make a permanent override to the defaults, you first must remove the .sample suffix.

PATH OPTIONS

If you want to alter the "jaildir" variable after running "qjail install" you will have to delete all your jails using the "qjail delete" command and them "rm -rf /usr/jails/" before un-commenting it and running the "qjail install" command again.

qjail_jaildir
Location of qjail environment root directory
default: /usr/jails

If you want to alter the "archivedir" variable after running "qjail install" you will have to create the directory at the new path and copy any archive files from the old location to the new or they will be un-accessable.

qjail_archivedir
Archive location used by subcommands
archive, restore, and create.
default: /usr/jails/archive

Altering the following variables take effect immediately.

qjail_default_flavor
This is the flavor name used by default when creating
a new jail.
default: default

qjail_sourcetree
Location of FreeBSD’s source tree "qjail install"
command uses.
default: /usr/src

qjail_ftphost
Remote server the "qjail install" command uses to fetch its
RELEASE distribution files from
default: ftp2.freebsd.org

qjail_default_execute
Logon command used by "qjail console" command
default: /usr/bin/login -f root

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