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Does anyone know of any work being done with FreeBSD to do the above? I know
about ggate/gmirror, but that is at the file system / kernel level ... I'd like
to do something at the userland level, or something that combines the two ...
For instance, I found this article from back in '01 by someone that had
developed a 'Linux kernel module' that "a linux kernel module that reports all
file operations to a device special, and a userspace daemon which can take
arbitray shell action on files matching regexp rules specified in a config
So, at least in this case, the REGEX could look for a specific top level
directory and work on any files reported underneath it, ignoring the rest ...
Do we have anything similar to that, or does anyone know of something that
works with FreeBSD 6.x to get to the same results?
Marc G. Fournier Hub.Org Networking Services (http://www.hub.org)
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