On Tue, 6 Nov 2007 18:03:46 -0500
Jesse Keating <jkeating(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Having the builders with selinux enabled (even in permissive) is
causing problems with rawhide composes. Until we can research the
problems more fully, I have decided to disable selinux on the
builders. This will allow rawhide to be installable once more, which
is going to be important in the next few days.
Only a few hosts needed to be rebooted to have selinux disabled once
more. ppc2, xenbuilder1,2,4. So far I've rebooted all but
xenbuilder4. Currently it's disabled in Koji so that it will not take
on any new jobs. I'm going to let it finish the jobs it has running
and then reboot it.
Luke made the appropriate puppet change so that selinux will remain
disabled on the builders.
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