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Date:      Sat, 16 Jan 2010 18:21:59 -0600
From:      Kirk Strauser <kirk@strauser.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   To jail, or not to jail?
Message-ID:  <4B525827.1090309@strauser.com>

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I've been having fun playing with jails on my home server. There's one 
for databases, one for a webserver, another for using as a play shell 
server, etc. We use jails heavily at work for encapsulating services, 
and I can make a pretty good argument there for doing so. In general, 
though, do you see jails as particularly important or useful when not in 
a hosting environment where you're giving root access to an untrusted 
party? How far do you go toward segregating services? Theoretically, you 
could have a jail per daemon, but it seems like down that path lies madness.
-- 
Kirk Strauser



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