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Reliable Contributor wouterr
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ENSL10.2.2 + linux kernel version 3.10.0-862

Anyone else been able to get ENSL 10.2.2/10.2.3 working on a server with kernel version 3.10.0-862?

Seems ENS is trying to load an fileaccess kernel module module for an older version of the kernel and therefore crashes.

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Reliable Contributor wouterr
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Re: ENSL10.2.2 + linux kernel version 3.10.0-862

Seems redhat is very clear regarding the solution

https://access.redhat.com/solutions/3415411

Resolution
• Blacklist the module as described in the solution below.
• Uninstall the ENSL module.

 

 

Reliable Contributor Aidan
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Re: ENSL10.2.2 + linux kernel version 3.10.0-862

Fix should be availabl;e first Tuesday in May.

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Re: ENSL10.2.2 + linux kernel version 3.10.0-862

Aidan,

 

unfortunately RTS version of the fix is still crashing

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Re: ENSL10.2.2 + linux kernel version 3.10.0-862

ensl 10.2.3.1459 and ensl 10.5 both fix the issue with the kernel panics occurring in rhel 7.5.  both versions can be downloaded off the mcafee product download site.

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