On 2/13/2018 4:48 PM, John Ratliff wrote:
I've setup my rsyslog server to forward traffic to another rsyslog server on my network. It's using gTLS to encrypt the messages in transit.

selinux is not allowing rsyslogd to read the certificates. They are world readable, so I don't think that is the problem. When I turn selinux mode to permissive, it works fine.

What context should the ssl certificates be in for rsyslog to be able to read them?

It worked when I set it to syslog_conf_t. Not sure if that's correct, but it functions.

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