(2011/01/02 14:32), Robert Haas wrote:
> We're coming the end of the 9.1 development cycle, and I think that
> there is a serious danger of insufficient bandwidth to handle the
> large patches we have outstanding. For my part, I am hoping to find
> the bandwidth to two, MAYBE three major commits between now and the
> end of 9.1CF4, but I am not positive that I will be able to find even
> that much time, and the number of major patches vying for attention is
> considerably greater than that. Quick estimate:
> - SE-Linux integration
How about feasibility to commit this 3KL patch in the last 45 days?
At least, the idea of security provider enables us to maintain a set
of hooks and logic to make access control decision independently.
I'm available to provide a set of sources for this module at
git.postgresql.org, so we can always obtain a working module from here.
The worst scenario for us is nothing were progressed in spite of
large man-power to review and discuss.
It may be more productive to keep features to be committed on the
last CF as small as possible, such as hooks to support a part of DDL
permissions or pg_regress enhancement to run regression test.
KaiGai Kohei <kaigai(at)kaigai(dot)gr(dot)jp>
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