Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1393066
Tracker bug for SELinux bugs considered as low prio being solved by updated guidelines.
Last modified: 2017-02-23 04:00:01 EST
We should provide guidelines for assessing the quality of SELinux policies used by our customers. Based on the high number of already reported bugs for RHEL-7.4, there is a high risk that some customer bugs will be closed without fixing because of capacity reasons.
This bug is a tracker bug for low priority SELinux policy bugs which should be solved by these update guidelines.
What does this mean exactly?
Ultimately, people have broken systems because of SELinux and policies need to be written/updated to fix them. Just stuffing all of these problems into the back of the closet is not going to fix people's broken systems.
This is why everyone hates SELinux and disables it as the first order of business right after installing an EL system.