I did a complete clean install of CentOS 5 from CD yesterday. I took the default selinux configuration. After that I ran yum update and found 600 plus updates and installs. I let it go to do the updates and during that process I saw a large number of issues in the selinux troubleshooter. I also see these kinds of things in /var/log/messages: **Unmatched Entries** (Only first 10 out of 49031 are printed) audit: audit_backlog=262 > audit_backlog_limit=256 audit: audit_lost=1 audit_rate_limit=0 audit_backlog_limit=256 audit: backlog limit exceeded audit: audit_backlog=262 > audit_backlog_limit=256 audit: audit_lost=2 audit_rate_limit=0 audit_backlog_limit=256 audit: backlog limit exceeded . . . This makes me wonder if I've now got a corrupt system because of partial installs/upgrades on a number of packages ? Do I need to start over with a clean install again, and how do I avoid this problem the next time I try to run updates after the install? thanks, -chuck -- ACCEL Services, Inc.| Specialists in Gravity, Magnetics | (713)993-0671 ph. | and Integrated Interpretation | (713)993-0608 fax 633 1/2 W. 21st St.| Since 1992 | (713)306-5794 cell Houston, TX, 77008 | Chuck Campbell | campbell at accelinc.com | President & Senior Geoscientist | "Integration means more than having all the maps at the same scale!"