seinfo

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NAME

seinfo - SELinux policy query tool  

SYNOPSIS

seinfo [OPTIONS] [POLICY_FILE]  

DESCRIPTION

This man page describes the seinfo command.

seinfo allows the user to query a SELinux policy.  

OPTIONS

-c[NAME], --classes[=NAME]
print a list of object classes
-t[NAME], --types[=NAME]
print a list of types identifiers
-a[NAME], --attribs[=NAME]
print a list of type attributes
-r[NAME], --roles[=NAME]
print a list of roles
-u[NAME], --users[=NAME]
print a list of users
-b[NAME], --boolean[=NAME]
print a list of conditional booleans
-S[NAME], --sensitivities[=NAME]
print a list of sensitivities
-C[NAME], --categories[=NAME]
print a list of categories
-f[TYPE], --fs_use[=TYPE]
print a list of fs_use statements
-g[TYPE], --genfscon[=TYPE]
print a list of genfscon statements
-n[NAME], --netifcon[=NAME]
print a list of netif contexts
-o[ADDR], --nodecon[=ADDR]
print a list of node contexts
-p[NUM], --portcon[=NUM]
print a list of port contexts
-i[NAME], --initialsid[=NAME]
print a list of initial SIDs
-A, --all
print all of the above
-x, --expand
show additional info for -ctarbuSCiA options
-s, --stats
print useful policy statistics
-h, --help
display this help and exit
-v, --version
output version information and exit
 

INFORMATION

For -ctaruSCfgnopi options, if NAME is provided, then only show info for NAME. Specifying a name is most useful when used with the -x option. If no option is provided, display useful policy statistics (-s).

The default source policy, or if that is unavailable the default binary policy, will be opened if no policy file name is provided.  

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Kevin Carr <kcarr@tresys.com>.  

COPYRIGHT

Copyright(C) 2006 Tresys Technology, LLC  

SEE ALSO

sesearch(1), apol(1)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
INFORMATION
AUTHOR
COPYRIGHT
SEE ALSO

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