Subject: Re: PR 36963
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jan Danielsson <email@example.com>
Date: 09/19/2007 20:35:02
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Thor Lancelot Simon wrote:
>> The thing is that as I understand it, that should only happen if there's a
>> chroot going on. It's so that we hide a chroot's path (as seen in mount
>> point info) from the occupants.
> But there *is* a chroot going on -- he is chrooting onto a cgd, from
> init, isn't he?
Yes, the chroot (sysctl init.root) is mentioned in the PR.
> Is this related to the bug that causes "process 'ftpd' detected outside
> chroot" etc. on busy servers, I wonder? That one's been around for
Hmm.. I know at least one other person who runs a similar setup,
albeit on i386, and I don't believe he's been having the same problem.
Whatever the cause it; I find it pretty interesting[*] that:
1) My "jan" user is not affected (because it belongs to wheel?)
2) Logging out my "jan" user will cause the bug to temporarily disappear.
[*] In the sense that Ebola is an interesting disease.
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