In this post I will show you how to easily disable SELinux without having to reboot your Centos environment. In other words, we will be changing the mode from enforcing to permissive.
To check if SELinux is enabled and the configurations of SELinux you can simply type the following:
You should see something like this:
Finally, to disable SELinux without having to reboot your server simply run this command:
Now we can run sestatus again and you should see the current mode is set to permissive which means it will not block anything but will warn you instead.