[OpenAFS] pags, kernel 2.6.16 and 1.4.1
Thu, 20 Apr 2006 17:47:06 -0400
The problem is that the syscall table is in the ReadOnly section
and cannot be modified.
Andrej Filipcic <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Well, I guess I have missed in dmesg:
> Warning: failed to find address of system call table
> System call hooks will not be installed; proceeding anyway
> Found 32-bit system call table at 0xffffffff803b3070 (exported)
> Is there any newer version of osi_probe.c which could deal with 2.6.16 syscall
> On Thursday 20 April 2006 17:39, Andrej Filipcic wrote:
>> I have noticed there is an unwanted afs behavior with kernel 2.6.16 and
>> openafs 1.4.1. If I enter pagsh and obtain a token and after that I do su
>> to the same or another user (uid), there is no token any more. It seems
>> like seteuid or similar call enters a new pag.
>> I have been running several services (like apache) with tokens to allow
>> reading part of afs space. Since apache startup script is run as root and
>> it does setuid to apache user, the tokens are lost.
>> Does anybody know how to avoid that? Is that 2.6.16 specific (new
>> feature/protection) or openafs 1.4.1 specific?
> doc. dr. Andrej Filipcic, E-mail: Andrej.Filipcic@ijs.si
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