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SubjectRe: [RFC] TOMOYO Linux
Toshiharu Harada wrote:
> 2007/6/14, Rik van Riel <riel@redhat.com>:
>> > So I think pathname based call chains are advantages for
>> > at least auditing and profiling.
>>
>> SELinux audit logs (well, whatever is in /var/log/audit on
>> my system) does show the path names of objects that fail to
>> be accessed as well as the name and context of the processes
>> trying to access them.
>>
>> This is with standard Fedora and RHEL installations.
>
> Thank you for your comment.
>
> SELinux has a well designed robust and flexible functions.
> So it should be used for everywhere. I understand it.
> As you mentioned one can analyze the system (process)
> behaviors from AVC logs. But the maintenance cost is not trivial.
>
> If logging with process context is the only purpose,
> current TOMOYO Linux can do it with no hustle at all.

Yes, but so does standard SELinux.

You are making me curious: what does TOMOYO do that is
not done by regular SELinux?

Logging with process name, path name and contexts is
already done. I must have missed some other TOMOYO
feature in your initial email...

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