Name clash with the SELinux policy for Pulp2
This repo is called pulp-selinux, but it really contains the policy for Pulp3 aka pulpcore, so I personally would have expected it to be called pulpcore-selinux.
Additionally, there is a pulp-selinux RPM package, built from the pulp2 source, so we'll have to rename this during packaging anyways as otherwise we end up with two packages with the same name.
#3 Updated by bmbouter about 1 month ago
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@evgeni I've renamed the pulp-selinux to pulpcore-selinux and notified pulp-dev here
Besides renaming the repository, was there more to do? Does the policy name conflict with pulp2 and we need to do something about that also?
#4 Updated by evgeni about 1 month ago
I would prefer if the files would also be called pulpcore.fc etc, not pulp.fc etc, but that's not strictly a requirement as the files in the old pulp2 policy are called pulp-COMPONENT.fc etc.
On January 21, 2020 6:54:05 PM UTC, Pulp <email@example.com> wrote:
#7 Updated by bmbouter about 1 month ago
The policy itself is now also renamed to pulpcore. What about the pulp_port label here: https://github.com/pulp/pulpcore-selinux/blob/master/pulp_port.te
Should that be pulpcore_port instead? I don't have an opinion.
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Applied in changeset pulpcore-selinux|c57e58b8f6bfad2da74f3627bb80479c083e90cb.
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