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Mar
17

Sock­ets and nullfs: works now in –current

I just updated to a recent -cur­rent and tried the new nullfs. Sock­ets (e.g. the MySQL one) work now with nullfs. No need to have e.g. jails on the same FS and hardlink the socket to not need to use TCP in MySQL (or an IP at all for the jail).

Great work!

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2 Responses to “Sock­ets and nullfs: works now in –current”

  1. Remko Lodder Says:

    Hi Alexan­der,

    This is great news! This should be in 9 hope­fully as well (I am using that) since this is a fea­ture we would love to use! :)

    Do you know of prob­lems within the FreeBSD Jails and NULLFS + PHP dirname? (it results in empty output)

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  2. netchild Says:

    I have Horde-Webmail, Gallery2 and PHP­MyAd­min on such a sys­tem. I haven’t checked yet more than an ini­tial con­nec­tion to all of them, but if they use dirname dur­ing the ini­tial con­nec­tion, I haven’t seen an neg­a­tive effect.

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