On 8/25/19 5:02 AM, Daniel Walsh wrote:
Does it work with root podman?
If yes, then my guess would be SELinux, or a bad version of fuse-overlay?
Ooops, just realized that I never publicly responded to this.
Yes, it works with root podman.
In fact, it works with rootless podman *provided* that I run root podman
first; the broken part seems to be the creation of the directories.
Creation of regular files seems to work fine.
I'm not getting any SELinux denial, but I am getting this error:
SELinux: mount invalid. Same superblock, different security settings
for (dev mqueue, type mqueue)
which per here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1425278
seems to be a possible problem? Testing with setenforce 0 did not fix
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