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Re: Moving /var/www with SELinux enforcing





Mike Cloaked wrote:
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> 
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> tim.largy wrote:
>> 
>> Because I have limited space in /var and a program that wants to put
>> gigabytes of data in /var/www, I want to move that directory
>> (/var/www) elsewhere and simlink to it. What's the proper way to do
>> this with SELinux enforcing?
>> 
>> 
> 
> I have a similar need when I move /var/spool/mail to another partition,
> and the way I do it that leads to success is as follows (translating to
> your case) all as root:
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> ...lines deleted...
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> 

By the way I found that in circumstances like this using a symlink will
cause big problems when SElinux is enabled and enforcing. The bind mount
method seems stable and works well.
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