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SubjectRe: Security issues with local filesystem caching
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Ar Iau, 2006-10-26 am 11:14 +0200, ysgrifennodd Jan Dittmer:
> Why again no local userspace daemon to do the caching? That would
> put the policy out of the kernel. The additional context switches
> are probably pretty cheap compared to the io operations.

It costs a lot in latency, and you don't need a daemon in the first
place. If you want to do a user space caching fs of course you can
already do it with FUSE..

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