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  1. We have installed EFS for Linux on a Cent OS 7 web server and noticed that the CPU usage of "oaeventd" becomes too high, causing the server to hang and respond very slowly. Could anyone advice why is this happening and how can this be rectified? And is there any best practice on settings for EFS running on web servers? Thanks.
  2. Are the new (fixed) v6.5 installers for ESET file security available? Kindly share the download links here. If NO, please provide ETA.
  3. Understand that ESET is working on this. Could you please indicate when can we expect to receive the second version of the patch that supports the rest of the affected versions? We need to provide customers a clear picture on this.
  4. Looks like the module reappears every time the PC is rebooted. Please refer below screenshots. Before reboot: After reboot:
  5. Yes, i'm very sure the log was collected following execution of the command and a system reboot.
  6. Hi @Marcos, i have tried your suggested solution, but the result is still the same. I have taken another set of logs for you, just in case. Kindly help to see into this problem. eav_logs.zip
  7. Some updates: Same set of errors even after installing ESET Internet Security. But managed to collect the logs as per your instructions. Also, we have received reports that more customers are facing similar issue. eis_logs.zip Diagnostics folder.rar
  8. Our customer is currently getting the following error message: We upgraded the product from version 9 to the latest version (12.2.23.0). Even tried uninstalling and reinstalling the product from scratch, but the problem persists. Can anyone please help on this? I've taken ESET Log Collector logs from the endpoint, please let me know if its required, i will send it to you privately. Thanks.
  9. After installing ESET File Security for Linux (version 4.5.13.0) on a CentOS 7 server, i'm unable to start the main service "esets". The error it shows is as follows: Output of command: journalctl -xe Can anyone help / advise how to address this issue?
  10. Thanks Martin, i'm attaching the access.log, cache.log and squid.conf files taken from the ERA server. Please advise if you find anything amiss. ERA Squid log.rar
  11. Our customer is using ERA virtual appliance with Squid proxy instead of Apache HTTP proxy - because all traffic to internet has to go through an upper level proxy which requires authentication. We are not sure why, but most of the ESET clients are not receiving update files properly from the Squid proxy. Are you able to see any issue in the attached access log? I notice that there is no ".nup" files being downloaded. Any pointers is appreciated.
  12. Any chance customer made some custom changes in VA configuration? No. The VA was setup based on the steps provided in the official guide. No additional configuration was applied to the VA. Scheduling own tasks or using WebMin for configuration? WebMin is currently enabled. any chance customer is using some outside connections to this VA? This may be possible, but im not exactly sure which command was executed. Currently the server is accessible from outside because they have some PCs in remote offices that they want to manage from the ERA console. For the external agents to communic
  13. Hi MartinK, as requested. The memory usage also keeps increasing over time since last reboot (yesterday). Fyi, the no of endpoints currently managed by the server is around 100.
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