[CentOS] After reboot of web-server accessing website shows "Forbidden", restarting httpd all is fine

Mon Nov 9 16:03:56 UTC 2015
Adhi Tj <milis.tjatur at gmail.com>

Try to set your service to enable to running automatically on boot. I hope
it work's
On Nov 9, 2015 9:33 PM, "Jonathan Billings" <billings at negate.org> wrote:

> On Mon, Nov 09, 2015 at 06:08:11AM -0800, Mark Milhollan wrote:
> > It allows (even forces) a "dirty" environment to be provided to the
> > service (which is seldom wanted or expected), does not ensure that the
> > current tty cannot be the controlling tty for the service (which
> > sometimes matters) and leaves the CWD unchanged instead of ensuring / is
> > used (which sometimes matters).
> A quick viewing of /sbin/service on C6 makes me think you might be
> mistaken here.  There's clearly a 'cd /' and an 'env -i' there.  It
> does preserve $PATH though (also $TERM), which I view as a dirty
> environment.
> > No revision of the service command took
> > place to cope with context when SELinux appeared and so the service
> > inherits the current context, usually unconfined (which is wildly
> > wrong).  Sometimes doing it this way is useful, but not often and when
> > it is one can invoke the service's init script directly.
> I'm pretty sure that what happens is that service runs the service
> scripts in /etc/rc.d/init.d/, which all have labels on them that
> indicate what entrypoint type they run under, which is by default
> 'initrc_exec_t' but I see several have their own special label, such
> as sshd having sshd_initrc_exec_t.  If 'service' were just sourcing
> the init.d files instead of executing them, it would be different, but
> it does execute them, and since the init scripts have an entrypoint
> type to transition to the appropriate initrc domain.
> --
> Jonathan Billings <billings at negate.org>
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