the ultimate storage solution
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Tue May 23 00:39:43 PDT 2006
On Tue, 23 May 2006 08:47:00 +1000
"Nigel Weeks" <nweeks at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> And then you go and put Samba on too, and undo any security
> encryption might have provided (if it were available).
> If you want a secure file repository, usable by any OS, accessible
> from anywhere, build a system where users log into a web-deployed
> file management environment, and file availability is based on user's
> clearance and valid login.
> It's about 4 hours work with PHP, Apache, and a decent RDBMS like
And how is apache and PHP on top of it with direct access to the
file system more secure than samba?
P.S Please stop top posting.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: users-errors at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > [mailto:users-errors at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
> > Erik Wikström
> > Sent: Tuesday, 23 May 2006 7:11 AM
> > To: users at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: Re: the ultimate storage solution
> > On 2006-05-22 22:43, John Leimon wrote:
> > > I would like to design a fileserver with an encrypted raid-5
> > > array. Would dragonfly running samba be a good solution? Being
> > able to access
> > > files on the array from any operating system is a priority.
> > Not an expert but I don't think that DragonFly supports any
> > encryption
> > of disks at the moment.
> > Erik Wikström
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