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On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 6:11 PM, Paul Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> At present, the socket related access controls use a mix of inode and
> socket labels; while there should be no practical difference (they
> _should_ always be the same), it makes the code more confusing. This
> patch attempts to convert all of the socket related access control
> points (with the exception of some of the inode/fd based controls) to
> use the socket's own label. In the process, I also converted the
> socket_has_perm() function to take a 'sock' argument instead of a
> 'socket' since that was adding a bit more overhead in some cases.
Should it be renamed to sock_has_perm() then?
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