I just recently purchased a Virtual Private Server, and it is OpenVZ virtualization.
I am setting up my LAMP stack, and in the past I have always just set up my BIND dns set up in a chrooted environment, with the bind-chroot RPM.
I am running CentOS as well.
Now I am just curious as to whether this is even possibly on OpenVZ, because OpenVZ is essentially chrooted itself already. So I have never ran into a situation where I had I came across a chroot in a chroot type situation.
Is this possible?
My main worry is I don't want to do this, and have it corrupt something, and end up getting kicked from the server for something as simple as this you know?
Can I chroot BIND, or should I just go with the regular set up?