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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] LSM hook updates
Quoting Stephen Smalley (sds@epoch.ncsc.mil):
> On Fri, 2005-08-26 at 04:23 -0500, serue@us.ibm.com wrote:
> > Here are some numbers on a 4way x86 - PIII 700Mhz with 1G memory (hmm,
> > highmem not enabled). I should hopefully have a 2way ppc available
> > later today for a pair of runs.
> >
> > dbench and tbench were run 50 times each, kernbench and reaim 10 times
> > each. Results are mean +/- 95% confidence half-interval. Kernel had
> > selinux and capabilities compiled in.
> >
> > A little surprising: kernbench is improved, but dbench and tbench
> > are worse - though within the 95% CI.
>
> Might be interesting to roll in Chris' patch (sent separately to lsm and
> selinux list) for "remove selinux stacked ops" in place of your patch,
> as that will avoid the indirect call through the secondary_ops in
> SELinux. At that point, you can also disable the capability module
> altogether, as SELinux will just directly use the built-in cap_
> functions from commoncap.

True - I'll start a new set of jobs and hopefully report back sunday or
monday.

thanks,
-serge
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