Does anything special have to be done to cause SELinux to start using
added local filecontexts? What I'm finding is that if I use semanage
fcontext -a to add a local filecontext definition, it is not used by
restorecon unless I specify the "-F" option. Without the "-F"
restorecon -vv <file_path> gives the following message:
/sbin/restorecon: <file_path> not reset customized by admin to
but restorecon -vv -F <file_path> gives this:
/sbin/restorecon reset <file_path> context
This is probably because <current_context> is a customizable type like
httpd_sys_content_t; objects with these types don't get reset by
restorecon unless you use -F. I'm not sure how to find out which types
are customizable off the top of my head though.