Daniel J Walsh wrote:
No. But are you seeing any AVC messages? Try to run with setenforce
and see what AVC messages are generated.
No need to relabel or reboot.
I saw a notification of a new version of the targeted policy in the
testing repo fly by, so I downloaded it and updated to it.
* Tue Sep 27 2005 Dan Walsh <dwalsh(a)redhat.com> 1.27.1-2.3
- Fixes for postfix, amanda, bluetooth
- Merge in changes from Rawhide.
In the meanwhile my x86_64 postalias (a postfix utility) started
segfaulting for no apparent reason (with or without selinux, and after
reloading it from the rpm), since this is in the /etc/init.d/ script for
postfix this killed postfix as a whole. strace did not show any funny
business nor did -v -v. I removed the x86_64 postfix package and
replaced it with the x86 postfix package. That worked fine without
altering any config except returning the /etc/postfix/main.cf back to my
original one. No idea what that was about.
At the end of all this I can go back to enforcing without errors or avc
messages, so I guess that is 'fixed' by the new policy rpm and/or the
local.te line. Thanks for the help and sorry for the unclear nature of