On Sat, May 2, 2009 at 2:39 PM, Luke Macken <lmacken(a)redhat.com> wrote:
So I've been doing a lot of SELinux/audit related work behind the scenes
within our infrastructure for a while now, working closely with Dan
Walsh and Steve Grubb. It's taken a lot of patience and hard work, but
we're finally at the point where we can start switching large portions
of our infrastructure over to SELinux Enforcing mode.
Congrats... I hearts selinux. I would like to go over how this was all
accomplished.. [I will be looking forward to reading the class Dan
does tomorrow too... ]
The following server groups are now fully enforcing:
These are all groups of machines that have not had any SELinux
denials in at least a month. If you notice any issues with
regard to these groups, please speak up.
I will be keeping a close eye on these machines, and I encourage anyone
that is interested to do the same. I threw together a little tool that
I've been using to monitor & manage SELinux on our machines. It uses
func, and allows you to do the following:
Get the SELinux status:
Display all enforced denials:
Stephen J Smoogen. -- BSD/GNU/Linux
How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed
in a naughty world. = Shakespeare. "The Merchant of Venice"