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>From: Kris Deugau [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Seems this was a SELinux issue after all. *nrgh* What's worse, I
>discovered a number of other things from the upstream CentOS repos that
>*also* seem to have bad SELinux permissions (or more likely, my local
>procedures and policies conflict with the standard permissions), so I've
>just set it to permissive (again - as I must have done shortly after
>doing the current OS (re)install) and made sure that will persist across
One of the many SELinux changes between CentOS 4 and 5 was the inclusion of a clam policy, which expects the clam files to be in /var/lib/clamav instead of /var/clamav.
"To err is human. To purr, feline"