Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 254881
Multiple contexts on directories / sub-dir
Last modified: 2008-05-06 15:44:40 EDT
Description of problem:
When I try to set different permissions on a directory based on the inclusion of
sub-dir or not. Only one file context is created.
For ex (the two lines where in different policies but in this order in all.sp):
allow /var/mailscan/* w,s,r;
allow /var/mailscan/** s,r;
a context is only created for /var/mailscan/* ,resulting in :
So the permissions "allow /var/mailscan/** s,r;" is not set.
Maybe it is a selinux limitation. If not, two contexts should be created.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Try a similar config.
Steps to Reproduce:
/var/mailscan subdirs not searchable
/var/mailscan subdirs searchable.
It seems correct behavior.
When subdirs exists already,
like following is generated.
However, subdirs does not exists, and it is created after configuring poilcy,
such entries are not generated and it does not work.
This will be resolved next version (2.2.0), but it is still under development,
only exists in svn tree.
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