How To Disable Selinux Permanently Or Temporally On CentOS 7
SELinux is a part of Enhanced Security in Linux. There is some reason for disabling it on the server as sometimes this creates an issue in running an application. There’re two SELinux modes in Linux and how to check SELinux status. There’s an SELinux policy defined in Linux. Sometimes, SELinux is not enforcing because you need to reboot the machine to make changes in SELinux. Let’s see how to disable SELinux.
When SELinux is disabled, the SELinux policy won’t be loaded. I would recommend not to disable it, So, you always use permissive mode for troubleshooting or make it temporary disable.
Benefits of SELinux
- Reduce vulnerability
- Selinux used to enforce data confidentially and integrity.
- All processes and files labeled with type.
Check Out: SElinux “ Semanage Command Not found “
SELinux file location /etc/sysconfig/selinux
You can find the SELinux mode by command line getenforce so
So, you can else set Selinux via command line
setenforce 0 for permissive mode
setenforce 1 for enforcing mode
For troubleshooting purposes, you have to keep SELinux in permissive mode. so
You can also change SELinux status from making changes in a file. so
Check Out: Reinstall SElinux Policy
If you want to disable Selinux, So you will have to reboot it. SELinux disabled
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