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    SubjectRe: caps in elf headers: use the sticky bit!
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    David Lang <dlang@diginsite.com> writes:

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    > The suggestion that was made to allow different implementations of the
    > "capabilitys exist for this file" bit for different filesystems sounded
    > like it was on the right track, it allows for filesystem support where it
    > is feasable, and allows for workarounds to be implemented for other
    > filesystems without having to change the entire filesystem. When the NFS
    > client is modified to use the sticky bit as the caps bit it should get the
    > squash_sticky default as well. That keeps things secure by default but
    > allows for exceptions to be made as the administrators of a particular
    > site deem it nessasary.
    >

    Please check out the draft of NFSv4, on
    http://www.ietf.org/html.charters/nfsv4-charter.html the new getattr
    features should offer improved support for what you propose without
    the need for any linux-specific hacks...

    Cheers,
    Trond

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