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One of my centos7 machines shows setroubleshootd running at between 70-100% CPU utilization.

I tried to temporarily disable SELinux with setenforce 0, just so I could use sealert to read the audit.log file, but doing so does not stop the runaway process. I've also tried killing the setroubleshootd process to no avail.

Are there any other tricks to temporarily stop settroubleshootd from running so that I can analyze audit.log and determine what the underlying issue is?

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