Or, otherwise know as: SELinux and Silent Denials.
Sometimes when troubleshooting SELinux issues, you will have added new policies for each of the denial causes written to the audit.log, but SELinux will still be denying access . . . and not giving you any further information about it in the audit.log.
Various processes often execute additional system calls that are above an beyond what they need to do for normal operation. Many of them are blocked, and in order to → Continue reading “How to See SELinux Denials That Do Not Show In the audit.log”