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For what it's worth, it wont remove the file either. Same "can't open file" message is displayed.
On 10/16/07, Sean McGlynn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Just to be certain (It's not my first day with Linux, but I'm still relatively new to it), you mean NFS as in Network File System, as in mounting a remote file system on the Linux server, correct? If correct, then no, NFS is not involved. Both the directory being scanned and the destination directory for quarantine files on on the root filesystem, local to the machine.
$ strace clamscan -r --move=/var/log/clam/infected -l /var/log/clam/dailyclamscanSPM /home/justlgn/test/eicar.com
Then we'll know exactly what happened. "Can't open file" looks like a message from the scanner, if the file couldn't be moved, it should have said that it cannot move the file.