Category Archives: SELinux

Making SELinux context on NFS mounts persistent

If you want to use for example a central NFS export with your Nagios configuration under /etc/nagios on your Nagios server the nfs mount is basically mounted with the “nfs_t” context. To start Nagios you need the context “nagios_etc_t” for /etc/nagios instead. Unfortunately a simple “semanage fcontext -a -t …” is not sufficient. You need to add the context as a mount option to your /etc/fstab file like this: