Topic: ClamAV Update Warns Intervention Required
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I'm starting a separate thread because, although it is likely related to the others, it's a different symptom and may in fact be the source of some of the other issues.
I was doing a regular security update to the OS this morning and noticed the following fly by:
Upgrading : grub2-tools-minimal-1:2.02-90.el8_3.1.x86_64 4/70 Running scriptlet: clamav-filesystem-0.103.1-3.el8.noarch 5/70 Upgrading : clamav-filesystem-0.103.1-3.el8.noarch 5/70 Upgrading : clamav-lib-0.103.1-3.el8.x86_64 6/70 Upgrading : clamav-update-0.103.1-3.el8.x86_64 7/70 Running scriptlet: clamav-update-0.103.1-3.el8.x86_64 7/70 Warning: clamav-update package changed Now we provide clamav-freshclam.service systemd unit instead old scripts and the cron.d entry. Unfortunately this may break existing unattended installations. Please run 'systemctl enable clamav-freshclam --now' to enable freshclam updates again. Upgrading : grub2-tools-extra-1:2.02-90.el8_3.1.x86_64 8/70
Is this bad? Shall I run the enable command as they say? Do I need to do anything else?