Solaris 10 zones (was Re: I have a security-sensitive customer...)
David.Collier-Brown at Sun.COM
Thu May 19 18:47:17 GMT 2005
I spoke to one of my Smarter Colleagues[tm], and Samba runs happily
in a Solaris 10 zone, and in a very unscientific test with
a locally mounted filesystem (not a network one!) is faster than
it was on Solaris 9.
My personal machines have mostly nfs-mounted filesystems underneath
Samba, so they're not a good test site (;-))
David Collier-Brown wrote:
> Righto, zones and TS default policies are less dramatic (:-))
> Andrew Bartlett wrote:
>> On Thu, 2005-05-19 at 10:46 -0400, David Collier-Brown wrote:
>>> How so? It can do anything root can, it just can't do it to some
>>> process in some other zone or on a filesystem or network connected
>>> only to another zone. Did you hit a restriction Sun didn't notice?
>>> If so
>>> I should open a bug for it.
>> I'm speaking only from the SELinux discussion that was had on this list,
>> where people wanted to try and define restrictive policies for Samba,
>> and some crazy ideas were proposed as regards how to transition between
>> the different zones (one per user).
>> The point is that any zone with 'make me root again' as a privilege, is
>> a pretty special zone.
>> Andrew Bartlett
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