selinux issues

selinux issues

Аватар пользователя BradleyKuszmaul

I've continued to run into selinux issues where this message pops out: /opt/intel/composerxe-2011.3.174/compiler/lib/intel64/libcilkrts.so.5: cannot restore segment prot after reloc: Permission denied We typically fiddle around with selinux settings to make this go away. My big concern is that my customers will run into this problem, and our customers will not want to fiddle with selinux settings. I don't really understand what's going on here, but I have the feeling that if I could ship staticall-linked binaries, the problem wouldn't arise. What are the best practices for an ISV to ship binaries that use cilk? (For us, one of the "best practices" has always been static compilation of anything that's not in the standard linux libraries.) -Bradley

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Аватар пользователя Brandon Hewitt (Intel)

Hi Bradley,

So can you confirm that if the SELinux settings are set to permissive that this problem goes away? What OS are you seeing this on and what are the SELinux settings when it fails?

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Аватар пользователя zardosht.kasheff

Hello Brandon,

I work at Tokutek with Bradley. I can confirm that SELinux settings are set to permissive, the problem goes away, but if they are set to Enforcing, then the problem persists (these are the only two settings AFAIK). The OS is CentOS 5.5.

-Zardosht

Аватар пользователя BradleyKuszmaul

So if our customer is running in Enforcing mode, will our software fail?

Аватар пользователя Brandon Hewitt (Intel)

It looks likely. I wasn't able to reproduce this when I posted about this at http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showthread.php?t=78752&o=a&s=lr, but admittedly I might not have got the right configuration. And we don't have any CentOS* systems in our lab - CentOS is not one of our supported/tested Linux* distributions. Ones that are from our Release Notes:

o Asianux* 3.0, 4.0

o Fedora* 12, 13

o Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 4, 5, 6

o SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server* 10, 11

o Ubuntu* 10.04

o Debian* 5.0

That doesn't mean that I don't consider this a problem, but it will make it trickier for me to deal with if it's CentOS-specific. I'll keep you posted on this thread.

Brandon Hewitt Technical Consulting Engineer Tools Knowledge Base: "http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/tools" Software Product Support info: "http://www.intel.com/software/support"
Аватар пользователя BradleyKuszmaul

centos 5 should be the same as rhel 5. So this is puzzling. -Bradley

Аватар пользователя Brandon Hewitt (Intel)

So Red Hat 4.2 works fine:

$ ./linear-recurrence

the linear recurrence value is 9

time (in ms) for sequential execution: 218.913

time (in ms) for parallel execution: 241.232

$cat /selinux/enforce

0$ sudo /usr/sbin/setenforce 1

$ ./linear-recurrence

the linear recurrence value is 9

time (in ms) for sequential execution: 218.913

time (in ms) for parallel execution: 238.633

I'll see if I can try it on Red Hat EL 5.

Brandon Hewitt Technical Consulting Engineer Tools Knowledge Base: "http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/tools" Software Product Support info: "http://www.intel.com/software/support"

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