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Virtualization: FreeBSD Jails

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How to build a jail under FreeBSD...
Jails can separate different processes and keep them apart so they cannot interfere with each other. For example, you could run Apache in a jail and keep it away from everything else on the machine. Should someone find an exploit in Apache and use it to compromise your system, the intruders can only do what the jail allows them to do. A jail can consist of a full operating system, or a single executable.
 read more | score:5856 | -Ray, March 11, 2006
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