From: Georges Toth (georges_at_norm.lu)
Date: Sat 09 Aug 2003 - 11:15:01 BST
> 1) if the almighty context zero/one modifies files
> of another context ...
> a) the files/dirs to keep their context?
> 2) if a program of context N encounters a file of
> context M, where N != M ...
How can this happen ? a vserver doesn't have access to other vservers ?
zero/one should be able to copy files from one vserver to another, and maybe
on copy, automaticaly change the context of the file to the context, of the
new vserver...if that's possible?
> 3) consider a program creating a (hard)link to a file
> in another context (including zero/one), should ...
> a) the file change to the 'new' context?
a), and should only be allowed for zero/one
> 4) consider a program removing a link to a file with
> more than one links, should the remaining links ...
> a) be still 'owned' by the removing context?
regards, Georges Toth