For people who are already using SELinux or Trusted Solaris, making the
database dependent on that infrastructure might be seen as a plus, but
I'm not sure the rest of the world would be pleased.


Even where SELinux is available it has had mixed reviews - I habitually disable it.

The relationship between your works and SE-PostgreSQL effort is similar
to the relationship between UNIX-DAC/Posix-ACL and SELinux on operating
systems.

I believe those are not conflicted efforts.

Thanks,
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KaiGai Kohei <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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