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      Hi,

      As part of the doc, we are saying to configure SELinux in permissive. If we do
      not have SELinux policies to use it in Enforcing, we should be setting it as
      disabled.

      If I am not mistaken, permissive does not provide any kind of protection, it
      only add the SELinux overhead and should be mostly use when you want to write
      SELinux rules ( to learn your app behaviour )

      Regards,

      Olivier

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