On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 7:17 PM, Negative <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I built a new VM under KVM today and I've been getting* a slew of message that selinux is blocking virtmanager from reading the new image. This doesn't seem to be doing any harm, but I wanted to check whether I should simply run chcon on the image (if I can).
Virtmanager show up as usr_t, as do my other vm images, but the new one is svirt_image_t.
The selinux error says it denied a read access to virtmanager but that it is not expected that the access is required.*
I tried running restorecon as root, as suggested by the selinux error, but I'm getting a permission-denied error there. (It tries to set the context to usr_t)
Thanks in advance
My bad. I had to shut down the vm and quit virtmanager before I could run chcon. It's ok now.
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