Resetting AUA and AUS database repositories in Linux

This article describes how you can reset both F-Secure Automatic Update Agent (AUA) and F-Secure Automatic Update Server (AUS) database repositories in Linux.

In some scenarios, you may need to reset AUA and AUS database repositories. For instance, if you suspect that one or more of the downloaded files have become corrupted and clients are unable to download files and updates properly from F-Secure Policy Manager Server because of this.

To reset AUA and AUS database repositories:

Note: All steps require root privileges.

  1. /etc/init.d/fsaua stop
  2. /etc/init.d/fspms stop
  3. rm -rf /var/opt/f-secure/fsaua/data/content
  4. rm -rf /var/opt/f-secure/fsaus/data/db
  5. rm -rf /var/opt/f-secure/fsaus/data/misc
  6. rm -f /var/opt/f-secure/fspms/logs/fspms-fsauasc.state
  7. /etc/init.d/fsaua start
  8. /etc/init.d/fspms start
  9. sudo -u fspms /opt/f-secure/fspms/bin/fsavupd

This will also force AUA to download again all database packages. After this, the same files are copied to the AUS repository.

Pricing & Product Info

For product info and pricing please go to the F-Secure product page

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