[ubuntu-hardened] Kernel Panic with SELinux and NFS?

Darren McGuicken mailing-ubuntu-hardened at fernseed.info
Mon Apr 13 12:28:44 BST 2009

* Kees Cook (kees at ubuntu.com) wrote:

> On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 10:41:00PM +0100, Darren McGuicken wrote:
> > Hardy server without SELinux, sharing files over NFSv4, Jaunty beta
> > on my laptop with SELinux enabled == Kernel Panic and hard lock (on
> > the server!) when accessing files on the NFS share...
> > 2) Who on earth do I raise the bug report to?
> If you can reduce it to a series of steps that is easy to reproduce,
> the best place by far would to be to open a Launchpad bug report
> against "linux".  I recommend using the "ubuntu-bug linux" command as
> that will attach various commonly-requested files, etc.

That might be tricky, the server in question runs as my primary mail
and web server so randomly crashing it isn't really an option.  I'll
see if I can set up a vm at some point to replicate the lock in a more
controlled manner.

Is there any merit in opening the bug with essentially the text above?
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