But Also....any way to speed up the PID_CHECK? seems to take a very long
time to finish, during which realtime monitoring does not work.
On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 10:22:11 PM UTC-4, Liam Curtis wrote:
> Well think I got it...details here:
> seems like <auto_ignore> was biting me....also check_pids on rootkit
> taking forever to process, so between the two....
> Hopefully this all helps someone down the road.
> On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 8:32:27 PM UTC-4, Liam Curtis wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> Enjoying getting to know ossec deeper than when I have used in the past.
>> Unfortunately, have run into an issue with realtime file integrity
>> checking. This also happens on other machines with 2.8 debian package or by
>> compiling from latest wazuh source or ossec-hids source. Have tried on
>> ubuntu 16.04 and 14.04.
>> With rootcheck disabled, realtime detection works instantly and without a
>> hitch, but with rootcheck enabled, I get sporadic results...alert is
>> delayed or does not occur at all.
>> I can see from strace of ossec-syscheckd that rootcheck gets quite busy
>> checking PIDS....
>> Is this a known issue? Thank you in advance...
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