50.2.9. Specifying the Security Context of Entire File Systems
mount -o context=command to set a single context for an entire file system. This might be a file system that is already mounted and that supports xattrs, or a network file system that obtains a genfs label such as
mount -t nfs -o context=system_u:object_r:httpd_sys_content_t \
httpdand SELinux problems, reduce the complexity of your situation. For example, if you have the file system mounted at
/mntand then symbolically linked to
/var/www/html/foo, you have two security contexts to be concerned with. Because one security context is of the object class file and the other of type lnk_file, they are treated differently by the policy and unexpected behavior may occur.