Re: SELinux policy problems, help please...
From: Kasper Dupont (kasperd_at_daimi.au.dk)
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 07:40:38 +0200
> I see most processes have the same SID. I don't think
> these are correct. Can someone tell me what is wrong, or at least
> tell what I _should_ see when I run ps?
Proceses will stay in the session group they inherited unless they
explicitly changes it. So until somebody changes their own group,
all processes will be in session group 1. On my system all the
user mode daemons and mingetty processes creates their own session
group, so you output is not exactly normal.
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