Yes, so basically we have:
 - (create + read/write by dnsmasq)
 - dnsmasq.raw (read by dnsmasq)
 - dnsmasq.hosts (read by dnsmasq)
 - dnsmasq.leases (create + read/write by dnsmasq)

I'd be tempted to just go with:

/var/lib/lxd/networks/*/ rw,
/var/lib/lxd/networks/*/dnsmasq.leases rw,
/var/lib/lxd/networks/*/dnsmasq.* r,

That should make things a bit more future proof should we add any more
dnsmasq related files in there.

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