Conf file, find the nss_initgroups_ignoreusers line and remove www-data from it. On some systems (notably Debian and Ubuntu), the www-data user Apache runs as cannot be a member of any domains’ groups, which prevents websites from working in a default Virtualmin setup. To fix this, edit the /etc/ldap.
Sesearch -AC -s antivirus_t -t antivirus_t -c process -p execmem Found 2 semantic av rules: DT allow antivirus_t antivirus_t : process execmem ; [ antivirus_use_jit ] DT allow antivirus_t antivirus_t : process execmem ; [ antivirus_use_jit ] Note: The options in use here are documented in the sesearch(1) manual. -s and -t specify source and target types, -c specifies an SELinux objet class, -p can be specified multiple times to search for rules with those permissions, while -A searches for allow rules and -C expands that to search for conditional allow rules.
Typically this is the NFS server name followed by the mount point on the NFS client. Column: Definition: Filesystem Name of the NFS filesystem mounted.
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Later, in CentOS 5 this number had risen to over 200 targets. In CentOS 4 only 15 defined targets existed (including httpd, named, dhcpd, mysqld). By design, SELinux allows different policies to be written that are interchangeable. The default policy in CentOS is the targeted policy which “targets” and confines selected system processes.
0/24 network where internal services reside, such as a web and / or database server. A second router (router #2) has two network interface cards: enp0s3 is also connected to router #1 to access the Internet and to communicate with the RHEL 7 box and other machines in the same network, whereas the other (enp0s8) is used to grant access to the 10.
Although the default configuration of the targeted policy is to use unconfined logins, the administrator can quite easily switch to the Role-Based Access Control model. This model also switches to ‘strict’ mode for user domains, to allow targeting each program individually. To enable this, use semanage-login to add a login mapping for your user.
Another tool in the sysstat family, nfsiostat, allows me to monitor what is happening with NFS filesystems on my compute nodes (NFS clients). In this article, I want to go over what nfsiostat does and how I use it. What I need is a way to monitor NFS filesystem usage on the compute nodes. Many times a centralized storage solution is used for running applications, so using iostat to monitor I/O devices on the compute nodes doesn’t tell me anything.
The use of the public_content_rw_t context is a fix for some situations. This user has directories that need to be shared by NFS, Samba and Apache. It’s probably also a security hole so beware on security conscious systems. This context seems to allow this to happen.
Gabriel Cánepa is a GNU/Linux sysadmin and web developer from Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina. He works for a worldwide leading consumer product company and takes great pleasure in using FOSS tools to increase productivity in all areas of his daily work.
Attempting to proclaim it otherwise because it doesn’t meet with the party line on the topic does nothing but further alienate the customer base. NFS (and similar heterogeneous cohabitation technologies) quite simply are consumer-level technologies today. This has a direct effect on the topic at hand in that consumer level devices are now increasingly being shipped not only supporting NFS, but with NFS as the default protocol.
Interestingly, the IOPS exceed what a single disk can usually accomplish. Again, you’re seeing the effect of buffers on IOPS performance. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but you just have to keep in mind the hardware you are running and what estimates you might have for performance, so you can compare these estimates to reality and look for, and understand, any differences between the two.