[CentOS] echo 0> /selinux/enforce

Tue Nov 5 22:13:43 UTC 2013
Wes James <comptekki at gmail.com>

When does echo 0 > /selinux/inforce need to be used?  I.e., where is
selinux enforcing itself on the system to protect it?  When I do yum
install of some package, it seems to work (not being blocked).  When would
doing something not work because selinux is watching it (or whatever that
process is doing)?