An updated Bind package is included as part of the CentOS 7.6 upgrade and comes with a hard dependency for the selinux-policy RPM. Thus, upgrading to CentOS 7.6 will automatically install the selinux-policy RPM on systems where it was previously uninstalled, leading to the issue described in this thread.The issue appears to only pop up on systems where selinux-policy is updated.
The contents you pasted show that SELinux is not configured with enforcing mode enabled, so you should not experience any problems after rebooting the server. Are reboot attempts failing? Or, are you experiencing any specific issues?These are the contents of my selinux config, what should I do?