On 8/3/12, Lamar Owen <lowen at pari.edu> wrote: > On Friday, August 03, 2012 06:24:46 AM Emmanuel Noobadmin wrote: >> In a moment of epic stupidity, having ran out of space on the root >> partition of a server due to /var chewing up the space, I added a >> separate drive for the purpose of mounting it as /var > ... > > This sort of things pops up from time to time.... from a thread back in > April..... Lesson learnt, never try to fix things I'm not familiar with when feeling pressured by relentless error messages, especially if nobody else is complaining yet. >> rpm -qa | while read line; do echo $line && rpm --setperms $line; done >> > By extension: > > rpm -qa | while read line; do echo $line && rpm --setugids $line; done > > should handle ownerships. Then, reenable selinux in permissive mode, and > set it to relabel on the next boot. Thanks for this tip, I'll try it and then see if there is anything else in audit log that needs attention.