[CentOS] Excluding file systems from autorelabel

Wed Dec 26 09:52:20 UTC 2012
Russell Clay <russell at russellclay.co.uk>

It is possible to use semanage to label the files correctly and to persist after reboot see man pages for FTP 
Hope this helps
On 26 Dec 2012, at 09:05, "James A. Peltier" <jpeltier at sfu.ca> wrote:

> I'm trying to find a way to exclude file systems during the autorelabel process.  I have a file system (/exports) that has tens of millions of files on it and I *know* I don't want it relabeled.
> I've tried semanage fcontext -a -t "<<none>>" "/exports(/.*)?" and it seems to insist on relabeling that file system.  I also tried to see if there was a /.autorelabel_exclude option as I saw some patches but can't seem to find indication of them anywhere (perhaps I missed it).  I really need to make sure that I can exclude these massive directories if at all possible.
> Any help?
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