Already have these,
I believe my problems have to do with placing the files on the new
disk. I am getting relabelto, relabelfrom, rename,add_name,
remove_name, and setattr in my audit log
On May 29, 2009, at 11:13 PM, Joe Nall wrote:
On May 29, 2009, at 10:50 PM, Nickolas Gray wrote:
> I have a requirement to rsync ALL files over to a newly mounted
> partition. the command is "rsync -AaXxH /home/snapshot/* /target/"
> I can get this to work in permissive, and with a bit of massaging.
> I can get an operational system that boots in enforcing on a new
> For the life of me I can't determine how I can gain access to copy
> and write all these files in enforcing.
> I have included the simple rules like
> files_read_all_files(), but it seems there must be an easier
> assured way of making sure I don't miss anything. It appears to me
> that not everyfile in the system is really labeled with the
> attribute file_type. Is there something I am missing on how to do
> this? Suggestions?
allow backup_t self:capability dac_override;
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