Freshclam not updating
This error simply occurs because Clam AV has a more recent release available than the one that ships with Zimbra.Updating your Clam AV installation to a version not included with a released ZCS product is not recommended and is not supported.This way Clam AV can access all files on disk, and update its data definition files.Enable antivirus_can_scan_system: Check the other options in the file, and change it to your preferred settings.To fix this issue, you can delete the definitions and try again: Clam AV update process started at Wed Oct 22 2014 Downloading [100%] updated (version: 55, sigs: 2424225, f-level: 60, builder: neo) Downloading [100%] updated (version: 19525, sigs: 1219605, f-level: 63, builder: neo) Downloading [100%] updated (version: 242, sigs: 46, f-level: 63, builder: dgoddard) Database updated (3643876 signatures) from (IP: .90) Clamd successfully notified about the update.If I run 'sudo freshclam' I get this error: ERROR: Can't open /var/log/clamav/in append mode (check permissions! ERROR: Problem with internal logger (Update Log File = /var/log/clamav/freshclam.log).Unfortunately the default configuration is not properly working.
This option can be used multiple times and only works with the official and 3rd party databases distrubuted through the Clam AV mirrors, your custom databases (specified with Database Custom URL in freshclam.conf) will not be ignored.See training package Security scanning with Lynis and Lynis Enterprise Run automated security scans and increase your defenses.Lynis is an open source security tool to perform in-depth audits.1 root root 136 Apr 29 /usr/lib/systemd/system/[email protected] -rw-r--r--.
1 root root 231 Apr 29 /usr/lib/systemd/system/[email protected][Unit] Description = clamd scanner daemon After = syslog.target nss-lookup.target network.target [Service] Type = simple Exec Start = /usr/sbin/clamd -c /etc/clamd.d/--nofork=yes Restart = on-failure Private Tmp = true [[email protected] system]# systemctl enable clamd.service[[email protected] system]# systemctl enable [email protected][[email protected] system]# systemctl start clamd.service[[email protected] system]# systemctl start [email protected] are running. Keep learning So you are interested in Linux security?
We didn’t get a systemd service file, so creating a quick file here.