I have just read the disable SELinux tutorial it works properly but i have a question that at which type of situation we can disable SELinux in CentOS 7. As SELinux is a firewall why should i disable it for any kind of situation.

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    There is no good reason to disable SELinux. – Iain Jun 11 at 20:08

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