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I'm trying to get an existing application running under SELinux which is causing endless pain. Matters would be eased somewhat if I knew what contexts the various components were running in - users have contexts, files have contexts but it seems that a process can also have a context which is only loosely related to the user and file (by an arbitrary set of rules in the policy).

Making some sense of the morass wold be facilitated if I knew what context a process was executing in - is there a command providing this as part of a standard installation?

I could look for the current process id in the output of ps auxZ, but these seems a somewhat ugly solution.

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You can use id -Z or getpidcon $$

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