Provided by: jailer_0.4-8_all bug

NAME

       updatejail  -  is  a  script for rebuilding a chrooted environment made
       with jailer

SYNOPSIS

       updatejail <config.file> <jail identifier>

DESCRIPTION

       updatejail is a  script  which  wipes  out  a  chroot  environment  and
       rebuilds it. By default it leaves /dev/log device in the chroot, so you
       do not need to restart system logger after updating a jail.

WARNING

       Do not configure your  daemon  inside  your  jail,  because  updatejail
       script will wipe out all the data inside the jail. If you would like to
       change any setting inside the jail, do it at your  original  place  and
       than run updatejail

Options

       <config.file>
              configuration  file  which contains settings of the new chrooted
              environment.  For further information see man 8 jailer.conf

       <jail identifier>
              identifier which determines which jail is  to  be  created  from
              jailer.conf

SEE ALSO

       updatejail(8) jailer.conf(5),

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Péter Höltzl <peter.holtzl@balabit.hu>.

                               December 4, 2001                      JAILER(8)