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Wed Sep 29 23:44:02 CEST 2004
--- K McI <uniq at wwsvr.bounceme.net> escribió:
> Rick Langschultz wrote:
> > For those of you who have heard nothing of my
> plans to write a RosFS
> > service for ReactOS, here are some details about
> my plan.
> So, is this just a service, or is it a filesystem
> itself, like NTFS? Both?
> > RosFS
> > RosFS is a small service running on system
> initialization by default
> So what happens if the service is disabled and the
> system restarted?
> > that indexes files, folders, users, devices, and
> network resources can
> > hold metadata via MySQL, sleepycat DB, TCL,
> Apache, and Perl; which will
> > all be embedded within the service itself.
> I hope they're slimmed down alot, having a a huge
> svc just for the file
> system doesn't sound too good.
> > RosFS will hold encrypted
> > resources based off of a key that is created with
> the first startup of
> > ReactOS, it changes every 30 days to ensure
> What will be encrypted, how and, why? (NEWBIE)
> > The RosFS can be
> > accessed online via the built in web server with
> can be an encrypted
> > connection ? SSL, or TLS.
> Meaning that all machines will have :80 or something
> open for remote FS
> access? Or what? (SEMINEWBIE)
> > (snipp)
> > An service will provide users service with current
> system updates, patches, etc stored on a domain
> server ?
> > this option will only be installed on a powerful
> server with pretty good
> > hardware ? ie: not for home use!!!
> When ROS has good netwking, why not just make RLUC
> (React Local Update
> Cache (Think MS SUS)) for ALL
> > A few problems I know that will arise in
> developing such a project are:
> > 1) Size
> The roll Apache/MySQL/etc into one will certainly
> present a problem, I
> have a feeling.
> > 2) Security
> How do you mean?
> > 3) Where to keep the files on the system
> MF seems to have solved this
> > 4) The RosFS query language will be trouble to
> write and maintain
> > depending on if a user uses such Databases like
> ORACLE, MySQL, MSSQL, etc.
> > 5) Explorer Integration ? Will Explorer.exe need
> to be rewritten to
> > allow the addition of Metadata structures, etc.
> If it is, what will that do/accomplish?
> > 6) Web integration ? Perl, PHP, TCL, CGI, ISAPI???
> What will that do? Other then open up many
> holes/avenues of attack? (It
> might be the greatest thing since sliced bread, but
> after many Windows
> attacks, opening ports to system services seems to
> be bad idea)
> > Please send me comments and concerns about the
> RosFS project.
> OK, did so.
I agree completly, if i want a web server i will
install a web server, but i dont want to have to eat a
web server i wont use, a web server,myslql or any
other Database (including metadata).
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