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Author jcea
Recipients jcea, loewis, movement, pitrou
Date 2011-01-26.12:30:29
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I do know, but when you are working inside a zone, I am not sure you can count of that file being always present. Syslog even could be disabled or not available inside a zone.

I am thinking about how to manage OS's with no support for doors. Instead of conditionally compile the new STAT, I would rather have the function always available, but returning FALSE when the OS doesn't support doors. But what happen if you mount a Solaris filesystem in a nonsolaris machine?. Let say, a Solaris ZFS filesystem with doors, under linux/*bsd + ZFS?.

So maybe would be better to not compile that function in those OS's, instead of "lying" in corner cases.

Not decided yet. I accept ideas.
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2011-01-26 12:30:30jceasetrecipients: + jcea, loewis, pitrou, movement
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