I am hitting an issue with SELinux where it tells me
SELinux is preventing sh from map access on the file /bin/busybox.
and then it tells me
If you believe that sh should be allowed map access on the busybox file by default. Then you should report this as a bug.
I can't seem to find anywhere that tells me what map access actually means which makes it hard for me to know if this should be default behavior.
What is map access and is there any documentation for what it means?