There is no SELinux file context type: svirt_sandbox_t

Solution Unverified - Updated -


  • seinfo -t doesn't list svirt_sandbox_t
  • semanage fcontext --list ** doesn't give any **svirt_sandbox_t results
  • how to label a directory to use it as a bind mount volume for a container


RHEL 7.5+
RHEL 8.0+

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