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top & jail shell & ircd's

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AlexSmithMCP, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. AlexSmithMCP

    AlexSmithMCP Well-Known Member

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    hi all,

    atm i am going to be jailshelling all users - but when testing a few bits myself i noticed that with top they can see all the process on the server... is there anyway of stopping this?

    Also, i wish for them to be able to launch BG processes (a limited number of them) and bind them to one IP address.

    Unfortunaly its running RedHat 9 so yea, any advice is apprecated :)
     
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    Jailshell != VPS
    Of course they can see all processes, It's just a chroot!
     
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    yes i know but i was hoping theres a way to STOP them from seeing them lol
     
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    Nope. As PaulTech, you'd need a VPS for that sort of user control. What you could do is simply disable access to top and ps through file permissions, but that could break other things that use them.
     
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    well in the mean time i have found how to limit processes running (In an issue of Linux Format - great mag lol) just looking for a way of allowing jailed users to run bg processes now lol.

    forget about top, its not like they can kill any other processes cept there own
     
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