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Mounting a docker volume on SELinux enabled host

My workflow with docker usually involves volume mounting a host directory so that I can read and write to the host directory from my container as a non-root user. On a Fedora 23 host with SELinux enabled, this is what I have to do differently:

Use: -v /var/dir1:var/dir1:Z

Note the extra Z above? You can learn more about it this Project Atomic blog post

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