LFS Paper on Secure Servers
ricardo at dattatec.com
Mon May 10 14:42:16 PDT 2004
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El Lunes 10 Mayo 2004 18:06, Zack Winkles escribió:
> On Mon, May 10, 2004 at 04:20:09PM -0300, Ricardo Barberis wrote:
> > One problem with reiserfs is that it doesn't have quota support in v3.
> Perhaps in the vanilla kernels that's true, but SuSE has patches that
> give it quotas, ACLs, xattrs etc in the 2.4 series, and if you want it
> in 2.6 you can easily grab the broken out patches from Andrew Morton's
> patch tree. Problem solved. :)
Uhmm, too long since I used Suse, didn't remember.
Thanks for the tip, I was actually thinking on triyng Suse for one of the
servers, and if they include the patched kernel in their distro, it must be
quite stable. As for 2.6, not for now.
> > Oh well, we'll have to wait for v4 ;)
> That'll be a long wait, especially if you expect *stability* from your
> server file system, which any sane human being would no doubt want.
I know, that's why the ;)
SysAdmin - Datacenter
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