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I've read the FAQ.
Obviously I didn't explain my case so well. I have the following setup:
headquarters linux server -> satellite communication (very expensive) -> remote linux server -> windows clients
So, I need something like that:
1) The "headquarters linux server" will download the incremental files with freshclamav
2) These incremental files will be transferred via satellite to the "remote linux server". This is very expensive, that's why I need as small files as possible.
3) The windows clients on this remote site will download the incremental files from their local linux server
So the question is, can I somehow keep the incremental
files that freshclamav downloads at the "headquarters
linux server", in order to transfer them to the
"remote linux server"?
Where are these diff files (main.cvd and daily.cvd) being kept before they are patched on the real clamav's database?
What is the difference between main.cvd and daily.cvd?
thanx a lot
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> ilias seperis wrote:
> > Do u think that it is possible to have the
> > setup?
> > 1) a linux server downloads clamav updates
> > 2) this server copies all new clamav files to
> > boxes or windows boxes connect to this linux
> server to
> > be updated
> > If this is not possible, is there any other way
> that I
> > could do that? (eg. something like a clamav
> > The thing is that I have some remote PCs that
> > have internet access and I would like to run
> > with the above scenario or something.
> > Any ideas?
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> René Berber
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