Can I self-sign code with entitlement com.apple.private.nullfs_allow?
In general code signing entitlements must be whitelisted by a provisioning profile. Even if you had a developer account, you would not be able to create a provisioning profile for a private Apple entitlement.
I’m a bit lost as to your high-level goạl here. Why are you trying to work with nullfs?
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I try to use nullfs because in my company we are using XSan, and one application that creates their database in root of the volume. Application do not allow to write in any other folder. But we are using this application to more than one project. So, if we want to have separate databases for all project, we need to create many xsan volumes. We have about 20 projects at this time. Sometimes projects extends, so we must add more space. It is simple with XSan quotas. Nullfs seems to be excelent solution for us.
We try to use fs based on fuse, but except poor performence, we have problem with quotas and permissions. Perhaps it wolud be simple to repair, but poor performance eliminate this solution.
I try symbolic links, but not all functionality of our app works ok with symlink.