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(2010/08/18 3:00), Chris PeBenito wrote:
> On 08/16/10 19:37, KaiGai Kohei wrote:
>> (2010/08/17 4:42), Christopher J. PeBenito wrote:
>>> On 08/16/10 05:11, KaiGai Kohei wrote:
>>>> Sorry for this long silent on the topic.
>>>> IIRC, we have already agreed most part of the patch, haven't we?
>>>> - The dbadm_t domain shall be launched via sudo, not a login shell,
>>>> so, userdom_base_user_template() is used to grant basic privileges
>>>> to dbadm_t instead of userdom_unpriv_user_template().
>>>> - It allows too much privileges to dbadm_t, if we allows him to launch
>>>> setfiles, so we removed seutil_domtrans_setfiles().
>>>> Did we have any more issues?
>>>> The attached patch is same as the last version except for it was
>>>> to the latest reference policy.
>>> I only have two issues:
>>> 1. Why should dbadm be allowed to set enforce mode?
>> It uses selinux_get_enforce_mode(), not selinux_set_enforce_mode().
>> We just allow dbadm_t to see the current working mode.
> My mistake, I misread it. You're right, its fine.
>>> 2. Why does dbadm need to manage generic locks?
>> It was originally copied from webadb.te, but PostgreSQL also makes
>> its lockfile on the /var/lock/subsys/postgresql. If server process
>> unexpectedly crashed, dbadm_t need to remove it by hand, doesn't it?
> Based on what I see in the policy, my guess is this file is created by
> the init script, right? If not, then it sounds like PostgreSQL needs a
> lock type.
Yes, this file is created by the init script.
In addition, postgresql_lock_t is defined, but type_transition rule is
defined on a pair of postgresql_t and var_lock_t, so the lockfile shall
be labeled as var_lock_t.
[root@saba ~]# ls -Z /var/lock/subsys/postgresql
-rw-r--r--. root root dbadm_u:object_r:var_lock_t:s0 /var/lock/subsys/postgresql
Maybe, init script should relabel it to postgresql_lock_t, ideally?
> I'd rather it just have delete permissions, rather than full manage
> permissions. Something like files_delete_all_locks(), but for var_lock_t
I tried to define files_delete_generic_locks(), instead of the manage.
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