[systemd-devel] systemd-logind and selinux enforcing: Assertion failed

George Karakougioumtzis mad-proffessor at hotmail.com
Fri May 29 13:15:05 PDT 2015

Its an fc21 with all the updates as of today.
systemd version is 216.24 here.
 I think i should quit on enforcing as i have too many problems apart
these two. I saw the bug report which was related to the one you had
fixed (on redhat bugzilla)but mine was kind of different. Upgrading to
rawhide is not an option since there will be too many updates everyday
for a mediocre adsl2+ connection. Thanks for answering and you were
right as to where i should have mailed this.

On 05/29/2015 04:54 PM, Lennart Poettering wrote:
> On Fri, 29.05.15 14:04, George Karakougioumtzis (mad-proffessor at hotmail.com) wrote:
>> As i was trying to enforce selinux on a fedora 21 i got this which seems
>> more related to systemd-mailing list rather than the selinux one.
>>  systemd-logind[355]: Assertion 's->user->slice' failed at
>> ../src/login/logind-session.c:496, function session_start_scope(). Aborting.
>> As a result loginctl doesnt pick up the user logins and sessions and polkit is totally unusable. Running in permissive mode everything works as expected
> Are you sure you are running the latest systemd rpm? A bug like this
> was fixed quite some time ago upstream and to my knowledge also in
> Fedora.
> Also, please report issues like this to the distro bug trackers first,
> unless the distro maintainers ask you to escalate this upstream or you
> are running the most recent released systemd version from upstream
> (v220 at this point).
> Lennart

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