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Old 03-01-2010, 04:46 PM
"Scott Salley"
 
Default Policy redundancy and layout

I have a project with multiple daemons (around 6) which
share many common features (they access the network, create and maintain daemon
specific files, access random numbers, etc…), though they each deal with
a different set of tasks (monitoring network resources, providing network file
sharing services, providing network authentication services, etc).


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Is it okay to use the interface file to define a set of
common properties for these daemons to avoid listing everything out for each
daemon? If not the interface file, then how should a common set of patterns for
these daemons be defined?


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I found listing the rules for each daemon to be bug prone
and tedious.


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