Description of problem:
Fresh install of Fedora alpha rc1 i386
Unable to fix label of /dev/.udev/watch/1 ( up to 30 ) No such file or directory
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot press esc
2. watch error
The above error
systemd-readahe avc denials though to be fixed are present on rc1 see closed bug 676617
What are the AVC's and why are you opening a new bug?
No AVC present this happens in earlies stages @ boot up since it does not make down with dmesg so much be something dracut related
What new bug are you referring to I commented the systemd-readahe stuff on the old one and opened a new one for this message? ( two seperated issues )
Well not sure this is an SELinux issue, but a systemd one. The comment through me off.
This looks like systemd-readahead tried to create a labeled file on a file that does not exist and reports and error.
Johann, which process is logging this? is that systemd itself, or systemd-readahead? can you somehow get me the precise error emssages?
Under the assumption that this is PID1 i think I have now fixed this. My guess is that the dead symlinks udev maintains in /dev were the source of the problem. systemd git now ignores ENOENT when iterating through /dev and relabelling. We should do that anyway to fix a race when /dev gets modified while we iterate through it and a file doesn't exist anymore when we try to relabel it although it was still there when we enumerated it.