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    • Michał Kępień's avatar
      Do not use "scl enable" when starting named · f18fb62f
      Michał Kępień authored
      Using "scl enable" in a systemd unit file prevents the service being
      started from transitioning into a confined SELinux domain.  Since named
      is built with -rpath and thus it is able to find the shared libraries it
      is linked against even without LD_LIBRARY_PATH being set to the SCL's
      library directory, invoke the named binary directly in the unit file to
      ensure it transitions to the desired SELinux domain upon startup.  Apply
      the same change to the CentOS 6 init script for consistency.
      f18fb62f
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