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    SubjectRe: [patch 5/12] lsm stacking v0.2: actual stacker module
    On Sun, Jul 03, 2005 at 02:53:17PM -0400, James Morris wrote:

    > It might be worth thinking about a more general securityfs as part of LSM,
    > to be used by stacker and LSM modules. SELinux could use this instead of
    > managing its own selinuxfs.

    Good idea. In the case of stacked modules each with a custom fs, having them
    be part of a common hierarchy makes a lot of sense.

    I'm assuming you are advocating for adding LSM support to provide some level
    of consistency in presentation rather than it _just_ being a new mount point
    for every module to live under?

    Take the discussion to the LSM list?

    Thanks!

    Tony
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