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As Kassandry said, you can't do this with a command within the jail itself. What you could do, however, would be to create a separate user (who I will henceforth call closer on the host system. This user should be blocked so that it can only log in with an SSH key. Your jailed user should have the private key and the password for the key. On the host ...


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Jails specifically forbid the shutdown commands, per the manual page here. Normal machine shutdown commands, such as halt(8), reboot(8), and shutdown(8), cannot be used successfully within the jail. Additionally quoting from The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System, Processes running within a jail are not permitted to perform ...


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With the most recent versions of FreeNAS the only way to install additional software is through jails. Installing the Amanda client directly under FreeNAS is not supported. If you don't need to do ZFS send/recieve you can install the plug-in in a jail and then add access for that jail to your storage. This discussion on the FreeNAS forum covers this exact ...


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As I understand it, FreeNAS is based on FreeBSD, so you'd presumably be able to install the Amanda client for FreeBSD somehow. If you're not keen on monkeying around in the internals of your FreeNAS box, you'll probably be reduced to doing the backup the same way that Windows boxes were backed up for many years: mount the shares on a box that can run the ...



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