Re: [PATCH] private mounts
From: Miklos Szeredi
Date: Mon Apr 25 2005 - 04:58:09 EST
> I have not yet sure how invisible mount can be used to solve the FUSE
> Again my understanding of the basic requirement of FUSE is:
> 1. A user being able to setup his own VFS-mount environment which
> is only visible to the user.
> 2. The same user being able to see exactly the same VFS-mount
> environment from any login session.
1. the files exported by the FUSE filesystem should not be accessible
by other users.
2. The user should see exactly the same files from any login session.
These can be satisfied in various ways. Permission checking, or by
making FUSE mounts invisible to other users, or with private
namespaces (in increasing complexity).
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