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Disable logging to of scan processes to systemlog on OSX


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How to disable the logging of every not scanned file to the system.log?

(In client and via ERAS)

(For V5 and V6)

02.04.15 10:09:30,080 esets[265]: summ[01090500]: ESET Daemon: vdb=22415, agent=fac, name="/private/var/folders/gg/v_dc2wgj2r9d4f72t2vjz5sm0000gn/C/com.apple.internetaccounts/mds/mdsObject.db_", virus="", action="", info="Ereignis beim Erstellen einer neuen Datei.", avstatus="not scanned"
THX a lot,
 
best, meg
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Try running the following command:

sudo /Applications/ESET\ Cyber\ Security.app/Contents/MacOS/esets_set --section global --set syslog_facility=none

 

or the following if you have ECS Pro:

sudo /Applications/ESET\ Cyber\ Security\ Pro.app/Contents/MacOS/esets_set --section global --set syslog_facility=none

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Try running the following command:

sudo /Applications/ESET\ Cyber\ Security.app/Contents/MacOS/esets_set --section global --set syslog_facility=none

 

or the following if you have ECS Pro:

sudo /Applications/ESET\ Cyber\ Security\ Pro.app/Contents/MacOS/esets_set --section global --set syslog_facility=none

 

 

Hi Marcos,

I tried running the command (and adjusted it for ESET Endpoint Security instead of Cyber Security) as the following:

sudo /Applications/ESET\ Endpoint\ Security.app/Contents/MacOS/esets_set  --section global --set syslog_facility=none

However I received an error which means this command no longer works or isn't compatible for Endpoint Security for OS X.

error[01dc0000]: Cannot open file /Library/Application Support/ESET/esets/etc/esets.cfg: No such file or directory
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