[Linux-cluster] GFS, SELinux denial

Roger Peña orkcu at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 28 18:15:22 UTC 2007

--- Charles_McKinnis at Dell.com wrote:

> I am having issues with a server running gfs and an
> SELinux error. When
> /etc/init.d/gfs start or service gfs start is run,
> it results in a
> SELinux denial. If mount -a -t gfs is run as root it
> works fine. The
> scripts also work if setenforce 0 is used. Running
> setsebool -P
> allow_mount_anyfile=1 does not fix the problem (as
> seen in sealert),
> although it is set.
> Thank you,
> Charles McKinnis

> /dev/winchester/array	/opt/winchester		gfs
> rw,localflocks,localcaching,oopses_ok 	0 0

> /dev/winchester/array on /opt/winchester

what is the out put of:
ls -lZ /opt/ 


just to see if the mount point as any SElinux label

> /sbin/mount.gfs2 from mounting on the file or

gfs2 ? 


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