On Thu, 16 Nov 2000, Rainer Link wrote:
> On Thu, 16 Nov 2000, Viraj Alankar wrote:
> > Looking at the man page for McAfee v4.1.0 for Linux, the return values
> > seem to have changed. Currently Amavis v0.2.1 assumes the following return
> > values are valid and anything else to be an internal error:
> > 0
> > 10
> > 13
> Correct, yes.
> > But from uvscan man page there is also:
> > 12 The scanner tried to clean a file,
> > and that clean failed for some reason
> > and the file is still infected.
> Hmm, did you get this return value in some cases? uvscan should not try to
> clean (automatically) an infected file. The man page says the -c / --clean
> is by default off. So uvscan should never return this value when used with
No I never got the return value. I see now that it should never return
this value, my mistake.
BTW, regarding the other ownership problem I had, I tried on a different
RH 6.2 box with Sendmail/Procmail and noticed the same UID problem. The
extracted files are owned by root, and I have to change the permissions to
755. Also when viruses are found they are always copied to
/var/virusmails/root instead of the username. Any ideas?