+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #188689 +++
I encountered the same problem seen in the original report, mislabeling of
/etc/services causing syslog to fail:
root@avalon ~]# ls -Z /etc/services
-rw-r--r-- root root user_u:object_r:rpm_script_tmp_t /etc/services
[root@avalon ~]# restorecon -v /etc/services
restorecon reset /etc/services context
but I believe that the culprit is one of the following:
kernel-xen xen virt-manager libvirt python-virtinstall libvirt-python xen-libs
I wanted to experiment with xen, attempted
yum install kernel-xen xen virt-manager
and the reboot into a xen kernel resulted in said problem, which persisted
even after rebooting into the standard FC6 kernel.
Versions of involved components:
I tried "rpm -q --scripts" on each of the above, and only kernel-xen,
virt-manager and xen have something of note. I tried yum remove followed by
the yum install above, but the labeling of /etc/services was not affected.
Sorry for wasting everybody's time, but I jumped the gun in the report above;
the actual offender is
which tampers with /etc/services upon installation and uninstallation, editing
it using a 'mv' off a temporary file (this would explain the labeling). I just
Could you report a bug to them. They can just do a restorecon in their post if
which will fix.