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Nov 14 2018, 8:11 PM (9 w, 3 d)

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Fri, Jan 4

rob.fx907_gmail.com added a comment to D18564: allow creation of non-recursive boot environments (libbe).

Do you use IRC or anything of the sort? Some of this might be easier to hash out in real-time, and we can summarize the results of said discussion back in this review.

Fri, Jan 4, 6:05 PM

Thu, Dec 27

rob.fx907_gmail.com added a comment to D18564: allow creation of non-recursive boot environments (libbe).

It's probably poor style to change the user interface for bectl but, it's
already recursive by default - could always ignore the '-r' flag and add a flag
for shallow creation. Upside here is the current behavior remains unchanged.
Downside being, confusion for current users (i.e. the shell game of
command-line flags).

Thu, Dec 27, 10:30 PM

Wed, Dec 26

rob.fx907_gmail.com added a comment to D18564: allow creation of non-recursive boot environments (libbe).

I agree, the default be_create is adequate for most cases. If anything, I would lean
towards a be_create_shallow, here's my thinking. be_create is, effectively,
a recursive snapshot that gets cloned - which is consistent with the zfs
behavior of 'zfs snapshot -r'. be_create_shallow would be consistent with
a 'zfs snapshot', minus the recursive flag.

Wed, Dec 26, 8:49 PM

Sat, Dec 22

rob.fx907_gmail.com updated the diff for D18607: bectl: use jail id as the default jail name for a boot environment.

Added tests in sbin/bectl/test and fixed styling issues.

Sat, Dec 22, 12:11 PM

Dec 20 2018

rob.fx907_gmail.com created D18617: free old file descriptor tables when not shared.
Dec 20 2018, 2:20 AM

Dec 19 2018

rob.fx907_gmail.com created D18607: bectl: use jail id as the default jail name for a boot environment.
Dec 19 2018, 11:14 AM

Dec 14 2018

rob.fx907_gmail.com created D18564: allow creation of non-recursive boot environments (libbe).
Dec 14 2018, 10:19 PM