Recently I built up a new storage server running FreeBSD. Initially I was going to go with FreeNAS like my old storage server, however the FreeNAS project is in a bit of flux at the moment and I thought this would be a good way to learn about the inner workings of FreeBSD. Part of this is segregating the applications running on the server in to “jails”. They are a form of OS-level virtualization, where each jail has its own files, processes and user accounts.

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Jacob Ludriks

Nerd


System Administrator


Australia