The system runs an old CentOS 6.0 which hasn't been upgraded and I'm not allowed to upgrade the system, at least not right now.
But I think you're missing my point, or perhaps I wasn't clear in my original posting. I'm not asking about why the access gets denied or what I can do to fix it. What I want to know is why it appears as if the root directory has two different context labels. The "ls" command says that the context is the following:
Yet the error message logged by SELinux says that the root directory has the following context:
Why aren't those two the same?
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