On Thu, 24 Feb 2005 07:53:58 -0800 (PST), Chris <csh_jp(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
Thanks for the explanation. It seems that I should have not check
that check box when
SELinux is enabled by default.
The reason is that I want to make Apache faster by using Squid together with shm... I
setup a TWiki using Apache with mod_perl, but I still feel that the speed is not so
ideal. So I want to mount shm to tmp, so that not only the perl scripts (TWiki) can run
faster, PHP scripts (which may use /tmp) can also run faster... I tried to mount shm to
/var/spool/squid, but it won't work either, it gives following error instead:
Feb 25 00:52:32 eden squid: Failed to make swap directory /var/spool/squid: (17) File
but in fact, no file is in the mounted dir or the real dir...
I would suggest these
yum update selinux-targetted-policy
reboot the machine. if it doesnt fix the problem post the question
with the relevant avc denies from the logs to the fedora-selinux list