On 10/05/06 14:46 -0400, Fareha Shafique wrote:
> After asking various questions about unification, I don't think vhashify
> quite supports what I have in mind. I wanted to get some opinions/ideas
> from the users of this mailing list.
> I am thinking if vservers can somehow be used to provide MAC (Mandatory
> Access Control) through containers. For example, a vserver shares the
> same filesystem as the host server, with read and write access to the
> host files being defined through a set of MAC policies. In this way,
> different policies can be defined for different vservers. Also, writes
> can be contained within a vserver (so that if a file is written to, a
> copy is made in the vserver's space) and integrated with the host only
> through explicit 'commits' to allow, for example, new configurations to
> be tested in an environment exactly the same as the host server and then
> transferred to the host using a commit.
> Any comments please?
Rsync backup copy, do update, if smth fails - restore from backup.
BTW if smth fails - you are likely updating developement version.
Or I mistaken?
-- Matvey Gladkikh _______________________________________________ Vserver mailing list Vserver@list.linux-vserver.org http://list.linux-vserver.org/mailman/listinfo/vserverReceived on Thu May 11 00:13:51 2006