[systemd-devel] SELinux labels on unix sockets

Jan Synáček jsynacek at redhat.com
Fri Mar 6 04:04:56 PST 2015


when systemd creates a socket file, it explicitly calls a selinux
procedure to label it. I don't think that is needed, as the kernel does
the right thing when the socket is created. Am I missing something? Why
is the explicit labeling in place?

Jan Synacek
Software Engineer, Red Hat
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