I'm having some issues with SELINUX.
When trying to visit my website I get 403 forbidden from nginx and the server pops up with an error and says to use grep NGINX /var/log/audit/audit.log | audit2allow -M mypol which i did however,
when trying to load the page it now says Access Denied and asks to use the command grep PHP-FPM /var/log/audit/audit.log | audit2allow -M mypol and when I do this it then reverts back to 403 forbidden access and asks me to use the first command again.
It's as if grep NGINX overwrites php-fpm and vice verse. How would solve this without disabling selinux?
I have access to the gnome desktop on my server and the SELinux security alert tells me to use the commands to solve the issue and the first command does solve it but then throws up another issue and when using the second command it overwrites the first and back to square one. I know that if i disable selinux it will work but it's unsafe and put's the server at risk.