Before You Begin
You must be in the Security Administrator role in the global zone.
In a terminal, use the chk_encodings -a command to analyze and report on label relationships.
$ /usr/sbin/chk_encodings -a encodings-file
If the file does not pass, see How to Debug a label_encodings File for assistance. Do not continue to the next step until the file represents your label relationships correctly.
# /usr/sbin/chk_encodings encodings-file
If the command reports errors, the errors must be resolved before continuing.
# cp /full-pathname-of-label-encodings-file \ /etc/security/tsol/label.encodings.site # cd /etc/security/tsol # cp label_encodings label_encodings.tx.orig # cp label.encodings.site label_encodings
Where possible, test the file on a few systems before approving the file for all systems at your site. For example, install one labeled system as a file server and another labeled system as a user's system. Communicate between the two at all labels. Transfer files at all labels, and so on.
When the file is ready to be installed on the network, see How to Distribute the label_encodings File.