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From: "m roth" <m.roth(a)5-cent.us>
To: "selinux" <selinux(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 12:01:14 PM
Subject: fedora 22
My manager just updated his fedora box from 20 to 22, and it appears as
though selinux, in permissive mode, is logging *EVERY* command run by
the system as root to syslog, even though the auditd's running. I am
talking successes, not failures.
Sure its not an audit.rule?
# auditctl -l
I've been googling, but haven't yet found how to change
that so that
it's more normal, with only avc's showing in syslog.
Just looked, and see that setroubleshootd is installed, but not how to
tell systemd (which should die) to start it (if that's my answer).
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Simon Sekidde * Red Hat, Inc. * Westford, MA
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