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On 08/14/2010 11:35 AM, Arthur Dent wrote:
>> There are some issues:
>> 1. I would go here:
>> https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/mod-security-users and ask
>> if it is normal that mlogc writes to certificate databases. Its trying
>> to write to files like: cert9.db, key4.db.
> I am already subscribed to that list so I'll post a message now...
>> 2. You have a partition mounted that is not labelled properly. It is:
>> /dev/sda6. Where is that mounted?
> Hmmm... That's /
Ok it looks like it might want to dump core then:
Add the following to your mymlogc.te to allow mlogc_t to dump core
(manage files in /)
>> 3. Looks like mlogc wants to maintain objects in /tmp. However your logs
>> do not display what kind of objects ( e.g. it is incomplete )
> Sorry I don't understand what you mean...
>> You may have removed log entries that were no duplicates.
> OK here are all 12...
Ok it is still not displaying, That is because it is denied access. So i
will for now assume it wants to maintain a file in /tmp:
Add the following to your mymlogc.te file for now:
manage_files_pattern(mlogc_t, mlogc_tmp_t, mlogc_tmp_t)
files_tmp_filetrans(mlogc_t, mlogc_tmp_t, file)
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