0 Replies Latest reply on Jul 3, 2012 10:30 AM by doe

    Is there an OAS profiler available for VirusScan Enterprise for Mac

      Hi, for finding out which files are the most interesting in term of slow performance with VSE 9.1 for the Mac, a profiling method would be useful. I already activated the extended log, however the most I get from the OAS service are message as this:

       

      Jul  3 17:24:38 XXXX McAfee: [62]: Debug: LogTime: 2012-Jul-03 17:24:38 AVAS: PID: 63 : ScanManager: ========= Statistics ===========

      Jul  3 17:24:38 XXXX McAfee: [62]: Debug: LogTime: 2012-Jul-03 17:24:38 AVAS: PID: 63 : ScanManager: Total Scan requests:199000

      Jul  3 17:24:38 XXXX McAfee: [62]: Debug: LogTime: 2012-Jul-03 17:24:38 AVAS: PID: 63 : ScanManager: Total Background Scan requests:0

      Jul  3 17:24:38 XXXX McAfee: [62]: Debug: LogTime: 2012-Jul-03 17:24:38 AVAS: PID: 63 : ScanManager: Total Scan results:3468

      Jul  3 17:24:38 XXXX McAfee: [62]: Debug: LogTime: 2012-Jul-03 17:24:38 AVAS: PID: 63 : ScanManager: Total Cache records:2945

      Jul  3 17:24:38 XXXX McAfee: [62]: Debug: LogTime: 2012-Jul-03 17:24:38 AVAS: PID: 63 : ScanManager: Cache lookup time 0.454521 seconds.

       

      What I'm really interested in, is: which file has been touched by the OAS, so to specify exclusions that bring a performance gain without loosing security.

       

      Cheers