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Re: Make mv work better with SELinux.

From: Pádraig Brady
Subject: Re: Make mv work better with SELinux.
Date: Wed, 04 Dec 2013 16:11:49 +0000
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Before I pull the trigger on this release,
I'd like to confirm a change you did.

You changed `cp --context=CTX` to _not fail_ if selinux is disabled.
I'm thinking that if the old behavior of giving a specific context
is not supported, then we should fail?

Also I'm wondering about the -Z case with selinux disabled.
I.E. would defaultcon() and/or restorecon() support setting
file contexts even if selinux is currently disabled?
I.E. should we attempt those even if selinux is disabled,
but suppress any associated warnings/errors?


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