The series of SE-PostgreSQL patches for v8.4 were updated:
- List of updates:
* It is rebased to the latest CVS HEAD.
* sepgsqlCheckProcedureInstall() is moved to sepgsql/hooks.c from
sepgsql/perms.c, like as other sepgsqlCheckXXXX() is delopyed on.
* sepgsqlCheckDatabaseAccess() is moved to pg_database_aclcheck()
from pg_database_aclmask(), because pg_aclmask() can be invoked
on ExecGrant_xxxx, but SE-PostgreSQL should not intervene existing
* sepgsqlCheckProcedureExecute() is moved to pg_proc_aclcheck()
in same reason.
These changes are obvious and minor, and rest of implementations
keep unchanged, so don't consider this updates needs to review
whole of patches again, please.
I would like to know the current status of reviewing the patches.
It is welcome, if it is not still 100% completed and partial ones.
And, please tell me, if I missed anything.
Anyway, it is obvious we don't have enough time!
OSS Platform Development Division, NEC
KaiGai Kohei <kaigai(at)ak(dot)jp(dot)nec(dot)com>
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