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Re: Software RAID question



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On Mon, 14 Dec 2009, Jeffrey Ross wrote:

> Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2009 21:03:46 -0500
> From: Jeffrey Ross <jeff bubble org>
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> Subject: Re: Software RAID question

> I took a break from converting /dev/sd[ab]6 to a raid partition for a little
> while and noticed that selinux was complaining (the data has been moved from
> system to system before selinux was part of the distribution) so I disabled
> selinux.  Later I gave it one more shot at creating the raid volume and it
> worked.  I didn't link selinux to building of the raid partition until I read
> your response.
> 
> My next question is... what do I do about selinux?  I've always disabled it
> because my system has always complained about something not being right with
> this file or that file.
Well, it you disable the selinux, change something (files, folders) and 
enable-it back without reseting context on files an folders, probably 
nothing will work anymore.

If selinux is enabled, and something does not work (not just a silly 
message from audit daemon - something REALLY does not work) just create a 
custom policy. man audit2allow


Gabriel

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