On Fri, 2010-12-24 at 11:53 +0900, KaiGai Kohei wrote:
> The attached patch is the modular version of SE-PostgreSQL.
Couple of thoughts...
Docs don't mention row-level security. If we don't have it, I think we
should say that clearly.
I think we need a "Guide to Security Labels" section in the docs. Very
soon, because its hard to know what is being delivered and what is not.
Is the pg_seclabel table secure? Looks like the labels will be available
How do we tell if sepgsql is installed?
What happens if someone alters the configuration so that the sepgsql
plugin is no longer installed. Does the hidden data become visible?
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