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Description of problem:
During a routine 'yum update' I noticed it creating .rpmnew files.
These (as I understand it) are created when changes to configuration
files have been changed, and a new configuration has been made
available. This is all well and good- no problem here.
The curiousity is that I've had selinux turned _off_ since the
install; it's not something I feel has matured just yet and I don't
need it, so I let it go. I can't wait to use it- it's brilliant...but
not just now, and not when I don't need it.
My concern here is that the rpms are refusing to overlay (unchanged)
files unnecessarily. It's not causing _me_ a problem, but it might
solve something in the future and help out somewhere.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Update, weeks ago
2. Update, today (getting a new selinux-targeted-policy)
3. Note the warming from rpm: Warning (filename) created as
Actual Results: The RPM warning is the concern; without changes, this
Expected Results: No warnings; just installing the config files over
This is a known problem, that was caused by a conflict of
selinux-policy-targeted and selinux-policy-targeted-sources.
If you move the file_contexts.rpmnew over file_contexts and
policy.18.rpmnew over policy.18 the problem should go away.
Ah; ok- I just wanted to make sure the relevant people were aware of
the problem. Thanks!
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