Thomas Sutton thsutton at
Sun Jan 4 22:49:11 PST 2004

>   Did I miss anything?  LOL
Seemed pretty good to me.

How about the system itself? Attempting to protect the system from
errors in its own code should also be fairly important. The system can
be as remotely secure as it wants, but if it can reach an unstable
state, its security has almost certainly failed due to none of the
resources it provides/manages being available.

Robustness could include using scripts to re-spaw essential daemons in
the event of failure and service lockup, core support for watchdog
timers, etc.

Just my AUST$0.02

Thomas Sutton

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