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Nielsb Reliable Contributor
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Is there an McAfee Profiler for ENS for Linux?

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I have an high CPU performance issue with the configuration of ENS for linux.
Is there an McAfee Profiler for ENS for Linux or is this part of the McAfee roadmap?

The supported products of McAfee profiler:

Technical Articles ID: KB69683

Environment
McAfee Endpoint Security (ENS) Threat Prevention 10.5.2 and later
McAfee Profiler 2.x, 1.x
McAfee VirusScan Enterprise (VSE) 8.8

 

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Re: Is there an McAfee Profiler for ENS for Linux?

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@Nielsb There is not a McAfee Profiler tool for Linux OS. However, ENSL does have an option that you can enable which will allow you to view, in real-time, what files are being scanned in order for you to identify what process or file may be getting scanned in excess to cause the performance drain, so that you may implement a strategic OAS exclusion. For information on how to enable this setting, please see KB89711.

 

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Re: Is there an McAfee Profiler for ENS for Linux?

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@Nielsb There is not a McAfee Profiler tool for Linux OS. However, ENSL does have an option that you can enable which will allow you to view, in real-time, what files are being scanned in order for you to identify what process or file may be getting scanned in excess to cause the performance drain, so that you may implement a strategic OAS exclusion. For information on how to enable this setting, please see KB89711.

 

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Re: Is there an McAfee Profiler for ENS for Linux?

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Thanks! superb.

To help other customers, could you or McAfee support update the KB of the Windows profiler

https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB69683

and add an reference to the Linux  On-Access Scan activity monitor?

 

 

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Re: Is there an McAfee Profiler for ENS for Linux?

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You Need NO profiler for LINUX. It's Always fast and faster than Windows. 😉

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Yes Linux is fast except after the installation of ENS:

CPU after installation of ENS.PNG

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Re: Is there an McAfee Profiler for ENS for Linux?

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@mcafee,

Since we are in the TUX discussion area is there a VIRUSPROTECTION running on McAfee Appliances? We have the Agent and DXL there but is it recommended or possible to run ENS there? Don't tell me you don't Need since you had to follwop up all CVE's the last months with releases.

 

Webgateway?

TIE?

ATP?

 

Thanx

 

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