# warden create <IP> <HOSTNAME> <flags>
In PC-BSD enabling Jail is done via "PC-BSD Control pannel" found on desktop. Look for "Warden" at the bottom of CP. Details on wiki
Getting the right IP address
Each development environment will be joined as a node
in Slovenian open Wlan project. Example IP numbers are from this node
. This way we hope to provide workable environment even in cases where developer don't have connection to the Internet. Big plus to Open Wlan project is the ability to interconnect local routers with neighbors who do have access to Internet (and of course, also have joined in Grow process). Tested on TP-Link TL-WR741ND
Exporting workable Jail
I have found that export time for cca 1,4GB big jail takes around 20-30min (I did some other stuff in between, but it seemed very long to me). Is this normal? But good news is, that exported size is dropped to 200Mb of size with .wdn extension. I guess this is due to heavy compression algorithms, I noticed one proc constantly on 99%. Is it possible to speed up export by somehow allocating other 3 cores on host computer?
Have to do the test of import, since I read some problem can occur via GUI (PC-BSD 9 RC1)
We have to test what is best way to exchange exported Jails. Goal is to have several locally spread repositories. Will expand this further more as I elaborate with colleagues from Open Wlan (I was thinking of FreeNAS repo server and simple rsync on client). Exported Warden files on repository will be available for newly joined Devs in our team.