Does anything special have to be done to cause SELinux to start using newly
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
I've also tried using /usr/sbin/semodule --build to try rebuilding (and
reloading) the current policy, but that
didn't change the behavior I'm seeing.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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