CacheFS & Security
Posted Sep 13, 2004 18:49 UTC (Mon) by AnswerGuy
In reply to: CacheFS & Security
Parent article: A general caching filesystem
The only difference between accessing a filesystem directly and through CacheFS should be that the CacheFS can store copies of the accessed data on a local block device. In other words that there's a (potentially persistent) footprint of all accesses.
Other than that CacheFS should preserve the same permissions semantics as if a given user/host were accessing the backend filesystem/service directly.
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