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Re: Defualt socket server overriding

From: Neal H. Walfield
Subject: Re: Defualt socket server overriding
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 16:23:06 +0200
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At Wed, 20 Jun 2007 15:16:38 +0800,
Wei Shen wrote:
> > A nice feature would be the option to use a file descriptor rather
> > than a symbolic name.  This could take the form fd:X where X is some
> > number.  This allows for selected access delegation (consider:
> > SERVERS_SOCKET_PFINET=fd:3 prog 3</path/to/my/pfinet) and removes a naming
> > issue.  See section 3.4 of the critique [1] for an example of the problems
> > that can arise through the use of symbolic names.
> I read the section. I am not quite clear about the storage of a file's
> translator attributes (I presume that a translator can not be associated
> with a file node via other ways than the *file_set_translater
> *interface),


> but I think it should be the responsibilty of filesystem servers to replace
> the translator path for a chroot process (in *file_set_translater* and *
> file_get_translator*).

How can it do this?  It can't find out what the translated process has
access to.

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