On woensdag 23 oktober 2019 04:06:29 CEST Diederik de Haas wrote: > Right after sending that, I get the following notification: > Profile: /usr/bin/akonadiserver > Operation: open > Name: /home/diederik/.pgpass > Denied: r > Logfile: /var/log/kern.log > For more information, visit https://wiki.debian.org/AppArmor > > I've now gotten this 4 times (in a couple of minutes) In about 25 minutes I got 59 of them (grep "/home/diederik/.pgpass" /var/log/ kern.log | wc -l) Oct 23 04:22:19 bagend kernel: [ 1457.768963] audit: type=1400 audit(1571797339.880:116): apparmor="DENIED" operation="open" profile="/usr/ bin/akonadiserver" name="/home/diederik/.pgpass" pid=1882 comm="0x5633fb5bf4a0-" requested_mask="r" denied_mask="r" fsuid=1000 ouid=1000 Apart from timestamp and comm="0xNNNN" values, they're all exactly the same. $ ls -la .pgpass -rw------- 1 diederik diederik 0 mrt 10 2016 .pgpass My guess that file got automatically created sometime (pgadmin3?) or have created it myself but (apparently) emptied its contents. My first guess was to leave the file for debugging purposes, but a 0-byte file shouldn't be hard to recreate ;-) so I removed it. ... Approx 15 minutes later, I haven't had any more of those messages in either a notification window/popup or in /var/log/kern.log
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