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jnap
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Rman Linux Agent and antivirus exclusions

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Hello

I'm trying to use Rman linux agent V10 on a redhat 7 where kaspersky agent is also installed
when i try to backup database it seems to be a problem and kaspersky is using a lot of CPU.

Whare are the antivirus exclusions i have to set?
all the oracle directories?
also veeam agent's?

Thanks!

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Re: Rman Linux Agent and antivirus exclusions

Post by PTide »

Hi,

Please clarify whether you are using RMAN plugin, Veeam Agent for Linux, or both?

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Re: Rman Linux Agent and antivirus exclusions

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Hi
I am using rman plugin

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Re: Rman Linux Agent and antivirus exclusions

Post by PetrM »

Hello,

Please try to add Oracle Home and these Veeam folders to the list of exclusions:
/opt/veeam/
/tmp/veeam_plugin_logs/

Also, I recommend to ask the same question on similar forums of your AV vendor, may be you would find some useful information there.
By the way, you may take a look at this thread and check the option "Do not scan encrypted connections" as the traffic between the Plug-in and the repository is encrypted by default.

Thanks!

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