On Sat, Sep 08, 2001 at 19:10:13 -0700, Kris Kennaway wrote:
> Actually, I think I was overstating a bit. You can't set UFS file
> flags on an NFS volume, but they should work fine if already set on
> the server and /usr is mounted by a client.
> What will break is trying to do an installworld onto a remote NFS
> volume, or installworld within a jail, since in order for that to
> succeed you have to tell it not to set file flags, and that will leave
> you with a local root exploit on the installed system.
This is different problem we already have in other places, since we
install f.e. libc, sliplogin, login, chpass, etc. etc. with -fschg
It means no remote NFS installation allowed.
Andrey A. Chernov