udev slowness and selinux
sundaram at redhat.com
Mon Dec 5 15:01:11 UTC 2005
>> Wouldnt it be better to continue booting by automatically setting
>> SELinux into permissive or disabled state while throwing out warnings
>> at bootup and in the logs?.
> No because this would break your security. It might be arguable if it
> should bring it to single user mode though.
In the sense that a non bootable machine is more secure, yes but
providing a path to recovery would be good. If I remember right, the
error message didnt indicate the word SELinux and was pretty obscure. It
didnt provide any suggestions for recovery either.
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