Subject Re: [IB-Architect] Re: [IB-Priorities] Isolation level implemetation
Author Ann W. Harrison
At 05:59 PM 12/27/2000 +0300, Dmitry Kuzmenko wrote:

> > >Is the classic model going to continue to be supported?
> >
> > Until the superserver version supports SMP, the ability to identify
> > and kill rogue requests, and the ability to support large caches, the
> > classic won't go away. Maybe never. But when those capabilities are
> > in the server, other faults of classic (security, "hot" pages, clutter)
> > will be significant. Besides, it's open source, so you decide what
> > goes forward and what is abandoned.
>It depends. For example, Superserver architecture can't be used for providers,
>at list due to security problems. But Classic is ideal for providers who lease
>not only web but data storage too.

Dmitry - and others,

Could you be more specific about the security problems with superserver?
They should go into future planning.


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