Ahh, sweet memories: http://lwn.net/Articles/138042/
"The Tomoyo guys have said it would be nice to run Tomoyo and SELinux at the same time but I can't really see a good use case for doing that."
Look at Yama - it has some nice security features, I'd like to use them on my systems. However, I'd also like to use AppArmor.
Also, some time ago we used a small patch for Linux security subsystem to grant/revoke some privileges for some logged on users. If I rewrite this patch as a LSM, then I'd lose all abilities to use other LSMs!
I still don't understand why you need to do something LSM-related during deallocation of something. You're not performing a security-related action when you deallocate something on unwinding, so no need to use any LSM actions here.
Label interoperability is really a non-issue. If you're using ipsec-labels then most likely you are the NSA or the CIA. Because you need to have the same labels used EVERYWHERE on your network. So no AppArmor on one host, SMACK on another host and SELinux on the server. Or you need to have some sort of label translation layer, which can be integrated with stacked LSMs.
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