Re: mtree vs tripwire

From: Andrew Kenneth Milton (akm_at_theinternet.com.au)
Date: 01/14/04

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    To: D J Hawkey Jr <hawkeyd@visi.com>
    
    

    +-------[ D J Hawkey Jr ]----------------------
    | On Jan 14, at 07:09 PM, Jesper Louis Andersen wrote:
    | >
    | > > This might seem really naive, but can mtree be used effectively as
    | > > a native-to-core-OS tripwire equivalent? Would it be as efficient in
    | > > terms of time-to-run and resource requirements?
    | >
    | > Pro: distributed with base
    | > Con: Only available for *BSD architectures as far as my knowledge goes.
    |
    | I'm aware of both, yes; hence my question. FreeBSD is all I'm dealing
    | with, where my question is concerned.
    |
    | Is your reply from personal experience, or is it the same "Hey, it
    | could..." as is my question? If the former, would you elaborate on the
    | implementation details?

    The manpage for mtree has an example...

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