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Re: SELinux smolt stats

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Valent Turkovic wrote:
> 2008/2/20 Benjamin Kreuter <ben kreuter gmail com>:
>> On Wednesday 20 February 2008 05:45:47 Valent Turkovic wrote:
>>  >
>>  > If this arguments are true for Fedora 8 than it looks like that more
>>  > people dislike selinux than like it, right?
>>  It is also possible that they had not enabled SELinux in the past, and never
>>  had time to enable it in more recent Fedora releases.  Enabling SELinux for
>>  the first time requires the entire filesystem to be scanned, and for some
>>  people who have large disks and have been using their system for a while,
>>  that could be a hassle, so they may choose to not do it.
>>  Also remember that these stats do not represent an unbiased sample, and should
>>  not be taken to be an indication of the broad Fedora user base.
> Are you telling this stats are useless? Or only that everybody can
> interpret them as they wish? (which is the same as being useless?)
> I'm really confused...
I think the stats are developing.  Currently we are not providing enough
information to make a real good interpretation of the data.  50 % of all
machines that smolt has ever collected data for report they have selinux
_enabled.  This does not mean the other 50% reported that they have it
disabled, just that they have not reported that it is enabled.  :^(  I
sound like a politician.

Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics.

And yes Valent has been working with us to repair problems in SELinux.

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