LMS engine2.nup warning

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  1. Zhen-Xjell

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    warning: File engine2.nup is obsolete or its lower level type is missing.

    I also sent an email to Mark at Eset tech support.

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    More errors:

     
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    Hi NOD32 tech support, I've been working with Mark and he suggested I re-update the LMS, but to no avail, the warnings persist. I'm stuck, and need your expert help.
     
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    Hi,
    I'm currently sending this message from CEBIT, but have already contacted our guys to declare why the error occured. I'll post their response here shortly.
     
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    Thanks... I'll await a reply with much zeal.
     
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    Hi Zhen-Xjell,

    this problem used to occur with nod32umc v. 2.04. Please download the latest version of NOD32 for LMS/LFS and use the newer version of nod32umc 2.05.
     
  7. Zhen-Xjell

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    I ran an an rpm upgrade about 1 to 2 weeks ago and that didn't resolve the issue. What are your precise recommendations?
     
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    In the last screenshot you posted here the version read 2.04:

    NOD32 Update Mirror Creator, Version 2.04

    Version 2.05 should not be affected.
     
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    The file:

    http://nod32.com/download/download.htm

    NOD32 for Linux Mail Server (RedHat) 1.95 nod32lms.rpm Download

    http://u4.eset.com/download/lms/nod32lms-2.09-1.i386.rpm

    Is the same as the one I tried updating with a week or two ago using rpm update which is keeping me at 2.04.

    I must have missed something?
     
  10. Zhen-Xjell

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    Running the command:

    rpmquery -a --version|grep -i nod

    Shows:

    nod32lms-2.09-1

    Which is the rpm file for download at the eset site. Most recent update log:

    Notice the warning:

    warning: File archs2.nup is obsolete or its lower level type is missing.


    Version: NOD32 Update Mirror Creator, Version 2.04,
     
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    We apologize for the confusion, by mistake an older version of nod32umc is still enclosed in the installation package. We are going to release a newer version (probably 2.06) within today or tomorrow.
     
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    Marcos, the nod32 update binary doesn't automatically update these files? I have to download the package each time there is a binary upgrade? Also, you'll let me know when the new version is ready?
     
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    This brings up an excellent question, what problems do these warnings cause precisely?
     
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    I hope this hasn't fallen off anyones plate.
     
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    Merely would like to point to the fact that a newer version of NOD32 for LMS is already available for download. Here's an excerpt from the what's-new list:

    2.10
    nod32d (logging format changed)
    nod32umc (possibility of obsolete modules removal)
     
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    Ok perfect. After I wake up today I'll proceed with an rpm update and report back here.
     
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    Sorry people but this version is for linux? true?

    thanks.. sorry but I am Italian and use Windows..
     
  19. Zhen-Xjell

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    Yes this is the linux mail server version of NOD32.
     
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    Marcos, I ran the upgrade and the WARNING is still happening. Why?

    warning: File archs2.nup is obsolete or its lower level type is missing.


     
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    Just an FYI, after I upgraded the RPM package, the very first time I ran nod32_update's log is here for your review:

    The post above is a capture of the second time I ran the nod32_update post RPM upgrade.
     
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    Well, the problem was supposed to be fixed in the latest version of nod32umc. Our developers will need to look into it again - however, you can ignore the message as it only tells that other levels of the archive module were not found.
     
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    I checked yesterday and the warning is gone. I'll verify on it again today.
     
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    Just as a quick FYI, the warnings are indeed not coming back. I guess the issue is resolved on your end then.

     
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    It is about archs.nup file - the file is not needed anymore. You can delete it manually or if you user version 2.06 you can set it to delete it automatically. Message was only warning.
     
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