Subject: NULLFS and sockets
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Feico Dillema <email@example.com>
Date: 10/10/1999 14:34:16
I expected the following to work but it seems it doesn't. I got
it down to an almost trivial setup that doesn't work:
I run syslogd with option `-p /test/run/log'
/test/run is then read-write nullfs-mounted onto another
directory that is part of a chroot-ed environment, say:
mount -t nullfs /test/run /usr/chroot/var/run
Applications running chroot-edwithin the /usr/chroot environment
should (I thought) now be able to log to syslogd
But syslogd doesn't log anything (while it does when I run
syslog with `-p /usr/chroot/var/run/log').
Is this indication of some bug, lacking feature or am I
doing/thinking something wrong?