HEADS UP: PERFORCE change 8204 for review (fwd)

Ilmar S. Habibulin ilmar at watson.org
Thu Mar 28 08:53:32 GMT 2002

On Wed, 27 Mar 2002, Robert Watson wrote:

> Just FYI, the primary function of the current import is to compile, and
> load policy.  While label space has been reserved in the static labels for
> subjects and various objects, we're still early in the process of
> processing those labels on the FLASK side.  We're also in the process of
> moving to entirely dynamic MAC labeling (Brian has made a number of
> commits over the last week or so to move us in that direction, including
> allowing modules to request state, and allowing the MAC framework to
> process objects at initialization and destruction so that state can be
> easily managed and released).  We'll continue to move in this direction --
> one immediate benefit will be that we'll no longer be constrained by mbuf
> size as we'll allow outside memory storage in a more useful way,
> permitting larger MAC labels if desired.

Well, then should i try to bring up compartments and network support into
TrustedBSD MAC implementation or this code will be removed?

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