Don’t Forget About SELinux

Recently we decided to move some of our web applications, as well as this blog, to a new cloud server provided by and their new DreamCompute OpenStack cluster in Virginia. Starting with a minimal install of CentOS7, we built a fairly standard LAMP server. Once we got the new server stable, we moved the apps over. The web apps hosted on our new server are and For the sake of this post, you need to know both of these apps have similar backup routines and logging functions. Continue reading “Don’t Forget About SELinux”

SELinux is blocking Webalizer on RHEL5.2 Install

The following is taken from recent posts I made to

In a recent installation of RHEL5.2, SELinux is blocking Webalizer from writing stats to /var/www/html/sitename/stats. What is the best way to remedy this issue short of disabling SELinux? This is a default installation, very little customization at this point. Continue reading “SELinux is blocking Webalizer on RHEL5.2 Install”