Re: [patch 0/15] lsm stacking v0.3: intro
From: Tony Jones
Date: Sat Jul 30 2005 - 23:19:22 EST
On Sat, Jul 30, 2005 at 10:44:09PM -0500, serge@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > When I discussed this with Albert Cahalan, he *strongly* objected to
> > allowing whitespace in security contexts, as he felt it would break
> > scripts that parsed 'ps -Z' output.
> Right, I thought this was actually a feature :) This is how ps
> continues to show expected output under stacker. Given naturally limited
> space, showing output for multiple modules may not be a good idea. If
> you want more detail, you go to /proc/pid/attr/current...
OK. As long as you are aware of it, which it sounds like you are.
Serge, I think it should be documented as a known issue.
> Clearly this is limiting, but then so is the one line per process you
> get with ps - "fixing" that is obviously not acceptable. Is there
Nothing jumps out at me.
> Is there any example where the current
> behavior is actually a problem - two modules which it makes sense to
> stack, which both need to give output under ps?
I don't know. Isn't this the big negative against stacker, controlling
the composition? pstools has clearly cast it's vote :-)
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