[PC-BSD Testing] [PATCH] [PORTJAIL] Add option to download portjail content
kris at pcbsd.org
Tue Oct 18 12:15:37 PDT 2011
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On 10/18/11 14:59, Lars Engels wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 01:49:13PM -0400, Kris Moore wrote:
>> On 10/18/11 09:22, Lars Engels wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> attached you find a patch that allows one to download and extract a
>>> portjail from FreeBSD's mirrors.
>>> It offers the user to build or download the portjail. Sample output:
>>> engels at pts/1 # portjail start
>>> Error: The portjail is not yet installed! Please run 'portjail init' as
>>> Do you want to run it now? [y|n] y
>>> Do you like to download a pre-compiled base jail from a FreeBSD
>>> FTP/HTTP or do you like to build one from source? Enter d for download or
>>> b for build from source: [d/b] d
>>> You may enter a mirror server manually, else ftp.freebsd.org is used:
>>> Which protocol do you want to use? [ftp/http] http
>>> - 100% of 53 MB 224 kBps 00m00s
>>> Portjail setup finished! Please run 'portjail start' to enable the jail.
>>> Total time : 4:18.46s
>>> CPU utilisation (percentage) : 18.5%
>>> As you can see, this was 4:18 minutes with 224kBps, much faster than
>> building the portjail
>>> from scratch. :)
>>> I have only tested it on amd64, please also test it on i386.
>>> Testing mailing list
>>> Testing at lists.pcbsd.org
>> Take a look here:
>> I added something similar recently, which fetches the world environment
>> from the PC-BSD mirrors. Your patch looks more in-depth though, allowing
>> source builds if the user wants it. Can you re-gen it from the current
>> version in SVN?
> Oh, great minds think alike. ;-)
> I'll see what I can do.
> Would it be possible to compress the archives with xz(1) instead of
> bzip2(1)? The resulting archives should be significant smaller.
I switched it to using xz a while back, but the file extensions are all
still .tbz. I will need to go through and change those in the future.
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