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    Command:

    fixfiles

    
    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           fixfiles  [-F]  [-l logfile ] { check | restore|[-f] relabel | verify }
           [[dir/file] ... ]
    
           fixfiles [-F] [ -R rpmpackagename[,rpmpackagename...] ] [-l logfile ] {
           check | restore | verify }
    
           fixfiles  [ -C PREVIOUS_FILECONTEXT ] [-l logfile ] { check | restore |
           verify }
    
           fixfiles onboot
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           This manual page describes the fixfiles script.
    
           This script is primarily used to correct the security context  database
           (extended attributes) on filesystems.
    
           It  can  also be run at any time to relabel when adding support for new
           policy, or  just check whether the file contexts are all as you expect.
           By  default  it  will  relabel all mounted ext2, ext3, xfs and jfs file
           systems as long as they do not have a security  context  mount  option.
           You can use the -R flag to use rpmpackages as an alternative.  The file
           /etc/selinux/fixfiles_exclude_dirs can contain a  list  of  directories
           excluded from relabeling.
    
           fixfiles onboot will setup the machine to relabel on the next reboot.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -l logfile
                  Save the output to the specified logfile
    
           -F     Force  reset  of  context to match file_context for customizable
                  files
    
           -f     Clear /tmp directory with out prompt for removal.
    
           -R rpmpackagename[,rpmpackagename...]
                  Use the rpm database to discover all files within the  specified
                  packages  and restore the file contexts.  (-a will get all files
                  in the RPM database).
    
           -C PREVIOUS_FILECONTEXT
                  Run a diff on  the PREVIOUS_FILECONTEXT file  to  the  currently
                  installed one, and restore the context of all affected files.
    
           verify List out files with incorrect file context labels,  but  do  not
                  change them.
    
           [[dir/file] ... ]
                  List  of  files or directories trees that you wish to check file
                  context on.
    
    
    

    AUTHOR

           This man page was written  by  Richard  Hally  <rhally@mindspring.com>.
           The script  was written by Dan Walsh <dwalsh@redhat.com>
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           setfiles(8),restorecon(8)
    
                                      2002031409                       fixfiles(8)
    
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