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Operating Systems AIX server specs Post 302117551 by Ebbi on Tuesday 15th of May 2007 09:50:07 AM
Old 05-15-2007
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semanage_fcontext(3)					   Libsemanage API documentation				      semanage_fcontext(3)

NAME
semanage_fcontext - SELinux File Context Management API SYNOPSIS
#include <semanage/fcontext_record.h> #include <semanage/fcontexts_policy.h> #include <semanage/fcontexts_local.h> This object contains properties associated with a SELinux file context specification For details on a specific function, see its manual page. Record API Overview semanage_fcontext_create(3)- create a file context spec semanage_fcontext_free(3)- release resources for this file context spec semanage_fcontext_key_create(3)- create a key, which can be used to identify a file context spec semanage_fcontext_key_free(3)- release resources for this file context spec key semanage_fcontext_key_extract(3)- create a key matching this file context spec semanage_fcontext_clone(3)- create an identical file context spec (deep-copy clone) semanage_fcontext_compare(3)- compare this file context spec to the provided key semanage_fcontext_compare2(3)- compare this file context spec to another Properties API Overview semanage_fcontext_get_expr(3)- return the regular expression for this file context spec semanage_fcontext_set_expr(3)- set the regular expression for this file context spec semanage_fcontext_get_type(3)- return the file type for this file context spec semanage_fcontext_get_type_str(3)- return a string representation for this file context spec type semanage_fcontext_set_type(3)- set the file type for this file context spec semanage_fcontext_get_con(3)- return the SELinux context for this file context spec semanage_fcontext_set_expr(3)- set the SELinux context for this file context spec Record Store API Overview semanage_fcontext_modify_local(3)- add or update a file context spec in the local store semanage_fcontext_del_local(3)- delete a file context spec from the local store semanage_fcontext_exists(3)- check if a file context spec is defined in the persistent policy semanage_fcontext_exists_local(3)- check if a file context spec is defined in the local store semanage_fcontext_query(3)- query a file context spec in the persistent policy semanage_fcontext_query_local(3)- query a file context spec in the local store semanage_fcontext_count(3)- count the number of file context specs defined in the persistent policy semanage_fcontext_count_local(3)- count the number of file context specs defined in the local store semanage_fcontext_iterate(3)- execute a callback for each file context spec in the persistent policy semanage_fcontext_iterate_local(3)- execute a callback for each file context spec in the local store semanage_fcontext_list(3)- return an array containing all file context specs in the persistent policy semanage_fcontext_list_local(3)- return an array containing all file context specs in the local store ivg2@cornell.edu 16 March 2006 semanage_fcontext(3)

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