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Re: SELinux and ReiserFS

Once upon a time Monday 12 April 2004 11:17 pm, Russell Coker wrote:
> On Tue, 6 Apr 2004 23:38, Pete Chown <1 234 cx> wrote:

> Currently mkfs.xfs in Fedora defaults to a 256 byte Inode (see below
> bugzilla URL for the details).  This means that existing XFS file systems
> will not be good candidates for being labelled with SE Linux contexts.  I
> believe that we have never provided a method for install to an XFS root fs,
> so most use of XFS in Fedora should be for /mail, /var/spool/news,
> /var/cache/squid, etc. Using -o context for such file systems should
> provide significant benefits for disk space use and performance.
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=120622

at the install boot screen append xfs as an option i.e linux xfs  and you will 
be able to install xfs from the get go.  I currently have two test 2 systems 
running xfs as the root file system  one system has a 80 gig drive and the 
other is 60 gig.  im willing to help test things


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