> --On 23/10/12 17:12, magina antimage wrote:
> i have tried disabling SElinux ,because i didnt had selinux module
> enabled in my kernel.
> i have tried changing /etc/selinux/config:
> from SELINUX=permissive to SELINUX=disabled
> but still i get error
> "Failed to load SELinux policy." during bootup
> i have referred to "https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=692573 "
> and tried to solve this problem, but no positive results
> also sometimes i get I/O errors on my hard disk (during boot) after
> one or two boots .
> i am not sure whether its because of SElinux or not,but while
> searching this I/O error i came across few cases where these I/O
> errors were because of SElinux policies.
> other details:
> selinux version:libselinux-2.0.99-4.fc15.i686
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Apart from the fact that F15 is no longer supported.
This sounds like critical harddrive failure.
Run smartctl -a /dev/sdxx|grep -i failed
But do not take the output for granted.
If your logs show/have shown sector errors, then the HD is probably
corrupted and has taken random data with it.
Of course, it could be the cables, or the controller as well.
Tristan Santore BSc MBCS
Network and Infrastructure Operations
Former Thawte Notary
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