According to the documentation converting to CageFS on a server is suppose to convert all jailshell users to bash. But is this really happening? This didn\'t appear to be the case when I switched a server over to CageFS, I had to manually update jailshell users to bash. Is that correct?
Also, what about crontabs. Crontabs run in jailshell on cPanel servers. Should these be updated to bash?
I had one user on the server I converted that was using jailshell. It did not automatically change to /bin/bash after cagefsctl --init
Where does CloudLinux get the information that an account is using jailshell? When I give out shell access, I set the shell from the command-line usermod -s /usr/local/cpanel/bin/jailshell <user> instead of using the WHM interface. Perhaps CloudLinux/CageFS is getting this list of jailshell users from some other source other than a direct reading of /etc/password?
What about crontabs that are already set? The SHELL variable in all of the /var/spoo/cron files is still set to /usr/local/cpanel/bin/jailshell[b]
I have another server I am planning to convert to CageFS, I can try this out on that server. [/b]
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