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Alexander O. Yuriev <alex@bach.cis.temple.edu> wrote:
> I just got some time to return to a project that I started long time ago but
> never finished - auditing. One of the options that it is supposed to support
> is halting system if it can't record data. The question is how to gently
> halt a system from kernel? Any ideas?

You can use the kerneld support. Kernel can ask the Kerneld to run usermode
programs in a child process. But I guess its better you first write the
Auditing functions. And then worry about halting the System.

Greetings
Bernd
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