mtree vs tripwire
D J Hawkey Jr
hawkeyd at visi.com
Wed Jan 14 10:22:05 PST 2004
On Jan 14, at 07:09 PM, Jesper Louis Andersen wrote:
> > This might seem really naive, but can mtree be used effectively as
> > a native-to-core-OS tripwire equivalent? Would it be as efficient in
> > terms of time-to-run and resource requirements?
> Pro: distributed with base
> Con: Only available for *BSD architectures as far as my knowledge goes.
I'm aware of both, yes; hence my question. FreeBSD is all I'm dealing
with, where my question is concerned.
Is your reply from personal experience, or is it the same "Hey, it
could..." as is my question? If the former, would you elaborate on the
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