[CentOS] custom SELinux?
florin at andrei.myip.org
Mon Jul 2 19:16:06 UTC 2007
I need to upgrade a server running an old Fedora version. The new OS
will be CentOS 5 64bit.
I want to put /var/lib/cyrus and /var/spool/cyrus (all the variable
files for the Cyrus IMAP server) on the same partition like /home - this
way, all the "user-related stuff", home pages and email, stays on one
The problem is SELinux. On Fedora, I had to customize the SELinux
attributes so that SELinux would grant the Cyrus processes access to the
Cyrus stuff in /home
But, after doing a relabel of the whole disk, the custom attributes were
I want to avoid that on CentOS 5.
So, I need to tell SELinux "hey, this stuff under
/home/foobar/spool/cyrus is just like /var/spool/cyrus, don't relabel it
to something else". How do I achieve that?
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