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File Manager - Virus Detected - lstat() failed.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by nurseryboy, May 11, 2006.

  1. nurseryboy

    nurseryboy Well-Known Member

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    When anyone on one of our servers tries to upload a file through the File Manager, they get this error:

    Upload Status C:\Documents and Settings\User\My Documents\My Pictures\452.jpg (452.jpg): Virus Detected; File not Uploaded! (lstat() failed. ERROR)

    in the top right-hand corner. I cannot find much regarding lstat or what may be causing this error.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks,

    Matt
     
  2. oulzac

    oulzac Well-Known Member

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    anyone have anything on this, I have this issue on a few servers...
     
  3. Escaflowne

    Escaflowne Active Member

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    bump! Same errors on some users. On some works, on some... it doesn't :) I have no idea why.

    I checked a few things and here are the results:
    1) it's not a matter of partion
    2) it's not a matter of packages
    3) it's not a matter of feature plan
    4) it's not a matter of permissions (both user folders into which I try to upload the file I have the same permissions, yet on one of those users I get the mentioned above error message).
     
    #3 Escaflowne, Oct 30, 2006
    Last edited: Oct 30, 2006
  4. paulis

    paulis Registered
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    I was able to get this working again by commenting out the "User clamav" line in the /etc/clamd.conf file, and restarting the service.
     
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