Does SELinux Slow Down Fedora 15?
Phoronix: Does SELinux Slow Down Fedora 15?
Earlier this week there were Fedora 15 vs. Ubuntu 11.04 benchmarks looking at the overall system performance as well as the power consumption. Both of these Linux distributions had performed close to one another, as is expected considering the similarities in their kernel and other packages, but there were some discrepancies in the disk tests. Speculations in the forums were that some of the performance differences might be attributed to SELinux, so here are some tests seeing the performance impact of SELinux on Fedora 15.
How needs SELinux anyway?
I always disable it, it just causes problems.
Easier to build an Interocitor than configure SELINUX
It's easier to build the much sought after Interocitor than configure SELINUX.
I'd like to see a write up on it being utilized to thwart a simulated attack. At least the Interocitor has laser beams :)