How to Disable SELinux or Set SELinux to Permissive Mode

Make sure to disable SELinux or set SELinux to permissive mode for Oracle GI/RAC Linux servers.

It is recommended by Oracle to disable SELinux or set SELinux to permissive mode for Oracle GI/RAC. Otherwise you might get similar below errors:

Disk "ASM_DISK1" does not exist or is not instantiated
Writing disk header: done
Instantiating disk: oracleasm-instantiate-disk: Unable to open manager: No such file or directory 
failed
Clearing disk header: done

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