I have various virtual machines running as guests on a Fedora 25 Workstation host. I store virtual disks (and all other personal stuff) on different separate partitions on a second built-in disk.
virt-managerruns the virtual machines as
qemu user and, in order to boot the disks, I need to execute:
sudo setfacl -R -m u:qemu:rwx /run/media/cl
This lets the
qemu user use those virtual disks to boot the VMs. However, if I reboot the host system, the ACL settings are lost and I have to run that command again. When I am using an Ubuntu system as host, the command only needs to be run once and the permission changes survive subsequent reboots.
What can be done to make Red Hat based systems remember the modified ACL settings after reboots as Ubuntu does?