Hi, do you have API working with Zoneminder Freenas Plugin?So you know, now you can install zoneminder from Freenas GUI under Plugins -> Available Plugins. just need to run the wizard and it will do it all for you. I just did it myself and it worked straight away.
If you read all errors more closely, you may notice that it is trying to write a log file to /var/log/zm/
How do you change where the config details are saved so I can blow the jail away as often as needed? With all my other jails, I mount a dataset in the jail at '/config' and have it save there. I've tried both of the below two commands (which has worked for other jails/plugins). I also have some that require rc files to do this but don't think zoneminder needs that.The less that's stored inside the jail, the easier it is to rebuild the jail if necessary. If you look at some of the recent how-to documents for iocage jails (e.g., https://forums.freenas.org/index.php?resources/fn11-jailed-unifi-controller-with-lets-encrypt-iocage.81/ or https://forums.freenas.org/index.php?resources/fn11-jailed-crashplan-pro-with-vnc-iocage.79/), they're even putting the config files outside of the jail, so that the only thing stored in the jail itself is the actual software. That means you can destroy the jail and rebuild it with the latest software, even upgrading the underlying OS template, without disturbing your data or configuration.
There's also the fact that some users (like me) put jails on a separate, smaller (sometimes SSD) pool, and wouldn't want the large amount of data taking space on the smaller pool.
I really don't have any idea. If it's supported, there should be a variable in the rc script. Look at /usr/local/etc/rc.d/zoneminder in the jail; the top of that file should document the relevant variables.How do you change where the config details are saved so I can blow the jail away as often as needed?