On Tue, 2007-05-01 at 12:42 -0400, Stephen Smalley wrote:
> By the way, can mount point labels be applied to automounted
> systems? If so, how would I do that? Would I put the label into the
> automount file (auto.*) in the /etc directory?
You can specify mount options in your automounter maps (like
auto.master), so you should be able to specify a context= option there
too. I haven't specifically tried it though.
I cannot get this to work in RHEL5. It complains if I have it in
auto.master (syntax error), so I tried to place an entry in auto.misc
(for /misc). It will mount, but not with the context that I specified.
The logs mention that it is using genfs_contexts.
Looking at the mounts, I see that the options for the autofs mount point
So, the options are not getting passed to the mount command, or are
being overridden by automount. Any other ideas?