Description of problem:
Not possible to change priority in System Monitor 2.22.0
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Applications -> System Tools -> System Monitor
Select Tab Processes
right clik on Process select Change priority
lower Nice value
Cannot change the priority of process with pid 2447 to -7: Permission denied
lower nice value for process
No file has SElinux context s
See bug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=439521
[root@localhost ~]# renice -5 2447
2447: old priority 0, new priority -5
If I set SElinux in Premessive mode then I can change Nice value
Created attachment 299578 [details]
SELinux log and more
It is now after latest updates to lower Nice value with System Monitor.
All Nice values are set to 0 by default. This is a different form FC8.
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