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JLS(8)			  BSD System Manager's Manual			JLS(8)

     jls — list jails

     jls [-dhnqsv] [-j jail] [parameter ...]

     The jls utility lists all active jails, or the specified jail.  Each jail
     is represented by one row which contains space-separated values of the
     listed parameters, including the pseudo-parameter all which will show all
     available jail parameters.	 A list of available parameters can be
     retrieved via “sysctl -d security.jail.param”.  See jail(8) for a
     description of some core parameters.

     If no parameters or any of the options -hns are given, the following four
     columns will be printed: jail identifier (jid), IP address (ip4.addr),
     hostname (host.hostname), and path (path).

     The following options are available:

     -d	     List dying as well as active jails.

     -h	     Print a header line containing the parameters listed.  If no
	     parameters are given on the command line, all is assumed.

     -n	     Print parameters in “name=value” format, where each parameter is
	     preceded by its name.  If no parameters are given on the command
	     line, all is assumed.

     -q	     Put quotes around parameters if they contain spaces or quotes, or
	     are the empty string.

     -s	     Print parameters suitable for passing to jail(8), skipping read-
	     only and unused parameters.  Implies -nq.

     -v	     Print a multiple-line summary per jail, with the following param‐
	     eters: jail identifier (jid), hostname (host.hostname), path
	     (path), jail name (name), jail state (dying), cpuset ID (cpuset),
	     IP address(es) (ip4.addr and ip6.addr).

     -j jail
	     The jid or name of the jail to list.  Without this option, all
	     active jails will be listed.

     jail_get(2), jail(8), jexec(8)

     The jls utility was added in FreeBSD 5.1.	Extensible jail parameters
     were introduced in FreeBSD 8.0.

BSD				 July 8, 2009				   BSD

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