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Description of problem:
During boot to multiuser runlevel 5, there are various messages "avc:
denied" with tmpfs_t being the common element.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot to runlevel 5 using kernel-2.6.8-1.541, initscripts-7.82-1,
and selinux-policy-targeted-1.17.18-3 in permissive mode.
Actual Results: 12 lines in /var/log/messages with "avc: denied", all
Expected Results: No complaints.
Selected lines will be attached (all lines from /var/log/messages
relating to selinux, in order.)
Created attachment 104090 [details]
grep "avc:" /var/log/messages # plus all selinux-related lines, to show context
I see 12 lines with avc: complaints.
THis is caused because the tmpfs xattr patch was pulled from the
kernel. Please use the previous kernel (FC3-T2 kernel) until we have
this sorted out.
kernel-2.6.8-1.541 is supposed to have tmpfs + xattrs. The next
working tmpfs + xattrs kernel was 598+. Reiser mentions "permissive"
mode. Are the xattrs being set properly in permissive mode?
I see no complaints when booting to targeted, permissive mode using:
The /var/log/messages at boot has:
Oct 9 16:44:38 localhost kernel: SELinux: initialized (dev tmpfs,
type tmpfs), uses transition SIDs
[I stopped running up2date on Oct.4 because my reading of
fedora-test-list convinced me that FC3test2 had entered a phase of
instability that was more than I wanted to handle.]
Fixed with latest kernel (603) and policy-1.17.29-1.
Yeah, we can mark this as fixed.