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    SubjectRe: Security question: "Text file busy" overwriting executables but not shared libraries?
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    le dim 14-10-2001 à 08:49, Eric W. Biederman a écrit :
    > Also read-with-PAGE_COPY has some really interesting implications for the
    > page out routines. Because anytime you start the page out you have to
    > copy the page. Not exactly when you want to increase the memory presure.
    > And not at all suitable for shared libraries.

    I didn't understood very well why you would want to swap out a page
    marked PAGE_COPY ? Doesn't it make sense to special-case it and just
    leave it "in the file", as long as it's untouched ?

    Xav

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