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Re: How NSA access was built into Windows



Tim:
>> For some people, having it running certainly causes a performance
>> loss. Whether that's down to SELinux, itself, or the logging, I've
>> not experimented with.

Lyvim Xaphir:
> Have you been able to get around the lag with selinux=0? 

Not that I want to be rude, but what other method do you think I used to
determine it was faster without SELinux?  You can't remove it, as we've
established.  And I must have disabled it to be able to tell that there
was a difference between having it and not.  So my tests were between
having it enabled and not.  I can't think how else I would have tested
that.

Yes, it did make a significant difference.  But I've put up with the
slow down, as that machine was an internet accesible WWW server.  I'd
rather play safe.

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