On Tuesday 13 May 2008, Daniel J Walsh wrote: > > I don't have a problem with calling restorecon on every single file, > since this is a limited number of files. The goal is to allow the > chroot to run without mucking around with the host security. So I don't > have to run permissive or disabled if I use mock/livecd. If mock/livecd > have to relabel when they complete that is fine. I would really like to enable selinux on the actual builders. Right now it has to be disabled. If not alot of things build ok but certain packages will switch to enforcing inside the chroot when the host is in permissive mode. and it causes all sorts of fun and failed builds. for the builders i think that calling restorecon will slow down builds too much. A new chroot is created for each and every build. This is a seperate issue from having machines for doing composes. Dennis
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