Hello all, I am planning install Cloudera Manager and I have received a questioning from security sector about SElinux, because in my demand I've asked to disable SElinux based on installation issues I just want to know why I do need to turn off/disable SElinux? In my understanding its architecture strives to separate enforcement of security decisions from the security policy itself, and streamlines the amount of software involved with security policy enforcement. If SElinux is a part of kernel and a security implementation, maybe, could cause security breach disable it? Besides to know why, I'd like to know if has a form to keep SElinux and install Cloudera. I am thankful for helping me with these philosophical questions.
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