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Saturday, June 16. 2007
RHEL5 LSPP vs. Solaris LSPP
After the LSPP EAL4+ evaluation of RHEL5 you should read this article to get an in-depth view to the matter. The articleComparing the Multilevel Security Policies of the Solaris Trusted Extensions and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Systems ends with: RHEL5 LSP
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The LKSF book
The book with the consolidated Less known Solaris Tutorials is available for download here
Mon, 01.05.2017 11:21
Thank you for many interesting blog posts. Good luck with al l new endeavours!
Mon, 01.05.2017 08:58
Fri, 28.04.2017 13:47
At least with ZFS this isn't c orrect. A rmdir for example do esn't trigger a zil_commit, as long as you don't speci [...]
Thu, 27.04.2017 22:31
You say: "The following dat a modifying procedures are syn chronous: WRITE (with stable f lag set to FILE_SYNC), C [...]