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Re: AIDE database corrupt

On Mon, Oct 29, 2001 at 10:33:18AM -0600, Kenneth Pronovici wrote:
> > My AIDE database keeps getting corrupt so that "aide --check" stops working. 
> > I have to issue a "aide --init" to get it back.
> > Then after a couple of days the database will have gone corrupt again.
> > Anyone seen this behaviour before?
> I use AIDE under potato and woody.
> I recall that a while ago, I stopped using the --update switch in potato due 
> to corruption - I always just recreate the database from scratch with --init.  
> This sounds like what you're seeing.  It wasn't a big deal to me (--init just
> takes longer than --update), and it seems to not happen in woody, so I never
> reported a bug.

I was getting a similar problem with the integrit package until I edited my
config to avoid the /proc and /dev directories.

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