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Re: Tomcat selinux





On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 4:57 PM, Miroslav Grepl <mgrepl@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 02/09/2012 02:52 AM, Nabeel Moidu wrote:
Hi

Is there a tomcat implementation of selinux where the process runs in its own domain rather than unconfined_java_t ?

Are there any known issues with implementing java servers in a confined domain ?

If not tomcat, can somebody point me to any other java server (jetty/websphere etc) with a selinux implementation ?

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What OS?

tomcat should be running as initrc_t on RHEL6. We probably need this also in Fedora. Basically this new domain would end up as unconfined domain, but you can start with writing policy using sepolgen tools.



I've been working on one that's similar to tomcat in some ways using Eclipse slide. It's been going on well so far. I'm just concerned if there's any possible issue that cannot be worked around for java based servers, because something as basic to the Fedora distribution as tomcat is still in unconfined domain. 
 
$ sepolgen -t 0 /usr/bin/tomcat
$ sh tomcat.sh

You probably will need to add

java_domtrans(tomcat_t)

to the tomcat.te policy file. Let me look at it also.


Nabeel Moidu
Hyderabad, India



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Nabeel Moidu
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