kurco gave kudos to zhopkins in EFS for Linux issue - eset_rtp(ertp_wait_for_reply) - Ubuntu 21.04
Some examples for you -
RHEL6 / Oracle / EXT4 local disks / CIFS remote shares RHEL7 / Oracle / EXT4 local disks / No remote shares RHEL7 / Icinga2 / EXT4 local disks / No remote shares RHEL8 / DNSMasq / XFS local disks / No remote shares I'm fairly certain that we are not using EDTD, since that is a separately licensed product? It does not appear in the "Products & Licenses" section for the machines in the ESET PROTECT console.
Overall, I believe most of the servers (some physical, most virtual) managed to get through with only minor slowdowns, however, the server that runs our Icinga monitoring became extremely unresponsive, to the point where I was unable to login via SSH or the console (even with root credentials). I had to push a task through the ESET Management Agent to stop the EFS daemon before I could log in.
kurco received kudos from Mauricio Osorio in EFS installation does not work
Hi Mauricio Osorio,
from that attached screenshot, it look like your machine doesn't have enough free space to successfully complete installation with all necessary dependencies. Look at line 7 in screenshot "No space left on device", probably issue of some of yours mount point (maybe this one /dev/xvda3, it's 100% full)
There is nothing much to see in exported logs. But what I can see there, are missing installation files and incorrect permissions of installed files.
kurco received kudos from Peter Randziak in How to Install File Security 7.1 on offline network server?
If you want to install EFS without internet access, you need to install all dependencies manually by downloading their packages from centos repositories. EFS dependencies could be found in unpacked rpm package (bin installer unpacks packages when executed with -n parameter).
[user@testmachine ~]$ rpm -qpR ./efs-7.1.561.0.x86_64.rpm /bin/sh /etc/cron.d /usr/bin/crontab gcc kernel-devel make perl rpmlib(CompressedFileNames) <= 3.0.4-1 rpmlib(PayloadFilesHavePrefix) <= 4.0-1 You need to install all this packages before installing EFS, but most of them will probably also have some additional dependencies. Packages are accessible from centos mirror, e.g. http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/x86_64/Packages/.
kurco received kudos from Mike_Kintaru in Install Eset File Server (error)
ESET File Security for Linux supports only UTF-8 & ANSI X3.4-1968 codeset. Probably codeset configuration of your machine is different. Changing locale settings to UTF-8 should resolve your issue. For example ,if you are using US english, this is an working locale "en_US.UTF-8" and this a non-working locale "en_US.iso88591".