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avc_netlink_loop(3)        SELinux API documentation       avc_netlink_loop(3)

       avc_netlink_open,   avc_netlink_close,  avc_netlink_acquire_fd,  avc_netlink_release_fd,  avc_netlink_check_nb,
       avc_netlink_loop - SELinux netlink processing.

       #include <selinux/selinux.h>

       #include <selinux/avc.h>

       int avc_netlink_open(int blocking);

       void avc_netlink_close(void);

       int avc_netlink_acquire_fd(void);

       void avc_netlink_release_fd(void);

       void avc_netlink_loop(void);

       int avc_netlink_check_nb(void);

       These functions enable applications to handle notification of SELinux events via netlink.   The  userspace  AVC
       normally  checks  for netlink messages on each call to avc_has_perm(3).  Applications may wish to override this
       behavior and check for notification separately, for example in a select(2) loop.  These functions  also  permit
       netlink monitoring without requiring a call to avc_open(3).

       avc_netlink_open  opens  a  netlink  socket  to receive SELinux notifications.  The socket descriptor is stored
       internally; use avc_netlink_acquire_fd(3) to take ownership of it in application code.  The  blocking  argument
       controls  whether  the O_NONBLOCK flag is set on the socket descriptor.  avc_open(3) calls this function inter-
       nally, specifying non-blocking behavior.

       avc_netlink_close closes the netlink socket.  This function is called automatically by avc_destroy(3).

       avc_netlink_acquire_fd returns the netlink socket descriptor number and informs the userspace AVC not to  check
       the socket descriptor automatically on calls to avc_has_perm(3).

       avc_netlink_release_fd  returns  control of the netlink socket to the userspace AVC, re-enabling automatic pro-
       cessing of notifications.

       avc_netlink_check_nb checks the netlink socket for pending messages and processes them.  Callbacks for  policy-
       load and enforcing changes will be called; see selinux_set_callback(3).  This function does not block.

       avc_netlink_loop  enters  a  loop  blocking on the netlink socket and processing messages as they are received.
       This function will not return unless an error occurs on the socket, in which case the socket is closed.

       avc_netlink_acquire_fd returns a non-negative file descriptor number on success.  Other functions with a return
       value return zero on success.  On error, -1 is returned and errno is set appropriately.

       avc_open(3), selinux_set_callback(3), selinux(8)

                                  30 Mar 2009              avc_netlink_loop(3)