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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] LSM hook updates
* James Morris ( wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Aug 2005, Chris Wright wrote:
> > This is based on Kurt's original work. The net effect is that
> > LSM hooks are called conditionally, and in all cases capabilities
> > provide the defaults. I've done some basic performance testing, and
> > found nothing surprising.
> Do you mean nothing noticable?

I did only microbenchmarking, which was as much as double digit percentage
faster (on P4), nothing was slower.

> > I'm interested to see numbers from others
> > before I push this up. These are against Linus' current git tree (they
> > will clash with the -mm tree).
> Are there any numbers for popular architectures like i386 and x86_64?

I'll have some numbers tomorrow. If you'd like to run SELinux that'd
be quite useful.

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