What version have you upgraded from?
Is this a test zone or your production environment?
If this is a production environment you should contact McAfee support, if not have you tried recreating the index on the iv_packetlog table?
Hi from the version 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124; is in the production enviroment but I have problem with the support, but I have a server for test and I try to do the same upgrade and have the same problem.
Can you help me with the steps for do the recreating the index on the iv_packetlog table?
Thanks a lot for your help Peter.
Are you getting the error when running the installer package or after you have upgraded?
Have you run the check table / repair table command on the iv_packetlog table? Details are available here
How to verify Network Security Platform manager MySQL database tables for corruption
This is probably a last resort, but if it's acceptable with your company you could drop the iv_packetlog table and create a new one. You can always restore your backup onto a test server if you need to look at historical data.
How to recreate a missing packetlog table in the Network Security Platform Manager MySQL database
The details of how to index the iv_packetlog table are available in the Network Security Platform 8.2 Manager Administration Guide on P228, attached is a link to the documentation.
Network Security Platform documentation reference guide
This is the excerpt from the manual.
Packet log database table indexing for MySQL databases
For maximum efficiency with a MySQL database, we suggest that you use the SQL command shown
below to index the iv_packetlog table in the database. This improves performance during alert and
packet log deletion, reducing the amount of time your system is offline when you perform database
cleanup tasks. Note that the index process is time-consuming, and your system will be
non-operational for the duration of the indexing process.
Issue the following SQL command from the MySQL command line: alter table iv_packetlog add
I updated some of my test servers from 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52.1 to 184.108.40.206 yesterday and did not encounter any issues with them.
Please let us know how you get on
Hi Peter, I tried the firt option but the tables are ok and when I tried to repair the table is impossible for the engine of database, adn I tried to drop the iv_packetlog table and create a new one, and work. but I have a question which information I lose when do this action.
Thanks for your help.
Dropping the table is really a last resort, If you drop the iv_packetlog table you will loose all of the packet logs for the alerts in your database.
How big is your iv_packetlog table?
How much free space do you have on the drive?
Are you able to run off line Database tuning?
Have you opened an SR with McAfee Support? They may have encountered this issue before and have a solution or workaround.