update TODO

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Lennart Poettering 2 years ago
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@ -138,12 +138,12 @@ Features:
* homed: support new FS_IOC_ADD_ENCRYPTION_KEY ioctl for setting up fscrypt
* busctl: maybe expose a verb "ping" for pinging a dbus service to see if it
exists and responds.
* homed: maybe pre-create ~/.cache as subvol so that it can have separate quota
easily?
* busctl: maybe expose a verb "ping" for pinging a dbus service to see if it
exists and responds.
* when systemd-nspawn and suchlike dissect an OS image, and there are multiple
root partitions, do an strverscmp() on the partition label and boot
first. That is inspired how sd-boot figures out which kernel to boot, and
@ -343,7 +343,8 @@ Features:
beefing up logind to make pam session close hook synchronous and wait until
systemd --user is shut down.
- logind: maybe keep a "busy fd" as long as there's a non-released session around or the user@.service
- maybe make automatic, read-only, time-based reflink-copies of LUKS disk images (think: time machine)
- maybe make automatic, read-only, time-based reflink-copies of LUKS disk
images (and btrfs snapshots of subvolumes) (think: time machine)
- distinguish destroy / remove (i.e. currently we can unregister a user, unregister+remove their home directory, but not just remove their home directory)
- in systemd's PAMName= logic: query passwords with ssh-askpassword, so that we can make "loginctl set-linger" mode work
- fingerprint authentication, pattern authentication, …
@ -359,6 +360,9 @@ Features:
- make slice for users configurable (requires logind rework)
- logind: populate auto-login list bus property from PKCS#11 token
- when determining state of a LUKS home directory, check DM suspended sysfs file
- introduce API for "making room", that grows/shrinks home directory
according to elastic parameters, discards blocks, and removes additional snapshots. Call it
either from UI when disk space gets low
* introduce a new per-process uuid, similar to the boot id, the machine id, the
invocation id, that is derived from process creds, specifically a hashed

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