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10.6.3. Booleans

SELinux is based on the least level of access required for a service to run. Services can be run in a variety of ways; therefore, you must tell SELinux how you are running services. The following Booleans allow you to tell SELinux how you are running NFS:
allow_ftpd_use_nfs
When enabled, this Boolean allows ftpd access to NFS mounts.
allow_nfsd_anon_write
When enabled, this Boolean allows nfsd to write to a public directory anonymously; such as to an area reserved for common files that otherwise has no special access restrictions.
httpd_use_nfs
When enabled, this Boolean will allow httpd to access files stored on a NFS filesystem.
nfs_export_all_ro
Export any file or directory via NFS, allowing read-only permissions.
nfs_export_all_rw
Export any file or directory via NFS, allowing read and write permissions.
qemu_use_nfs
Allow qemu to use NFS file systems.
samba_share_nfs
When disabled, this Boolean prevents smbd from having full access to NFS shares via Samba. Enabling this Boolean will allow Samba to share NFS file systems.
use_nfs_home_dirs
Having this Boolean enabled adds support for NFS home directories.
virt_use_nfs
Allow virt to use NFS files.
xen_use_nfs
Allow xen to manage NFS files.