[clamav-users] Priority problem
bernard.thedie at laposte.net
Wed Jul 23 07:08:02 EDT 2014
Le 23/07/2014 13:01, Bernard Thédié a écrit :
> Le 23/07/2014 11:53, Steve Basford a écrit :
>> On Wed, July 23, 2014 10:41 am, Bernard Thédié wrote:
>>> >I'm using clamav under Linux. I've scheduled a daily scan of my home
>>> >dir. I would like to know if there's a way of telling clamscan to
>>> run more
>>> >nicely ; actually when clamscan runs, it takes between 75 and 90%
>>> of my
>>> >CPU ! I would rather think of an antivirus as a silent,
>>> >background, quiet process. I tried "nice" and "renice" but clamscan
>> Hi Bernard,
>> Have you tried using clamdscan, instead of clamscan ?
> Thanks for prompt answer,
> I am puzzled. "man clamscan" says "see also clamdscan", yet
> "clamdscan" and "man clamdscan" reply "not found". It seems not to be
> in my distro. I have clamscan 0.98.4 which seems up to date. Is it in
> a separate package ?
I found it as clamav-daemon, right after sending my answer. Thanks for all !
More information about the clamav-users