i have verified by sestatus and /etc/sysconfig/selinux, and it was disabled but in the dashboard it shows task as failed.
Did you cross checked on which server you installed respective package and disabled?
in the question it was mentioned to install the selinux in apps2 server and before submission i have verified that it was disabled via sestatus command.
Did you also verify that Selinux is disabled permanently i.e it must remain disabled even after system reboot.
Yes Inderpreet, i have also disabled it in /etc/sysconfig/selinux, so that it will disabled even after the reboot
Thanks for the information. If task was done correctly as asked in the question then I didn’t see any reason for its failure apart from the fact if by chance it was performed on wrong server. While performing a task please make sure it was done on correct server and in case it is asked to perform on multiple servers then it should have done on all of them.
I would suggest to proceed with next tasks further those will be more challenging and interesting
Below steps worked for me.
sudo vi /etc/selinux/config
In question it says rebooting is not required for now as there is a scheduled job to care of this. Also, question says ignore status of SElinux what it shows from the command line right now.
yep, i was followed this step.