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Wasn't LSM invented for this?

Wasn't LSM invented for this?

Posted Aug 29, 2008 0:22 UTC (Fri) by dlang (subscriber, #313)
In reply to: Wasn't LSM invented for this? by NAR
Parent article: TALPA strides forward

no, LSM can approve or deny access, but it doesn't have hooks to do notification on status change from clean->dirty, it also doesn't have the ability to record the results of a scan so that the file doesn't need to be scanned on access


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