BSD::Jail - Perl extension for FreeBSD jail()

The BSD::Jail module is an interface to the jail(2) system call found in FreeBSD. It can get information on current prisons, attach to current prisons and create new prisons. To create or attach to a prison, the process must be running as root....

TBONECA/BSD-Jail-0.01 - 29 Sep 2004 02:40:37 GMT - Search in distribution

This is an object oriented wrapper around the FreeBSD jail subsystem. A 5.x or higher FreeBSD system is required....

MAHLON/BSD-Jail-Object-0.02 - 08 Aug 2006 05:16:21 GMT - Search in distribution

Provision::Unix::VirtualOS::FreeBSD::Jail - provision freebsd jails

MSIMERSON/Provision-Unix-1.08 - 01 May 2015 18:08:50 GMT - Search in distribution

perldelta - what is new for perl v5.26.0

This document describes the differences between the 5.24.0 release and the 5.26.0 release....

XSAWYERX/perl-5.26.0 - 30 May 2017 19:41:19 GMT - Search in distribution

BSD::Process - Information about running processes on BSD platforms

"BSD::Process" creates Perl objects that render the information the BSD kernel maintains about current processes. These may then be queried, extracted and reported upon. This allows a more natural style of programming (as opposed to scraping the outp...

DLAND/BSD-Process-0.07 - 22 Jun 2013 17:36:58 GMT - Search in distribution

BSD::Process::Affinity - Manipulate CPU affinities on FreeBSD

Ability to manage CPU affinities from userland was a long-awaited feature in FreeBSD, and it is finally available since 7.1 release. This module allows you to programmatically manipulate them from perl level. FreeBSD gives you three levels of restric...

RANDIR/BSD-Process-Affinity-0.04 - 06 Jun 2011 17:33:11 GMT - Search in distribution

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