NOD32 on a file server or a database server

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by rpremuz, Jan 18, 2005.

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  1. rpremuz

    rpremuz Registered Member

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    Hi!

    If NOD32 is installed on a server that works as a file server with a lot of file reads/writes
    and/or as a database server (e.g. MS SQL Server 2000)
    would enabling AMON on the server have bad impact on the server performance?

    The workstation computers accessing the server have the AMON active.
    Maybe it is enough to scan the file server with NOD32 Scanner once a day outside working hours.

    -- rpr. /Robert Premuž/
     
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    rpremuz Registered Member

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    Hi NOD32 experts!

    Why nobody has replied to my question so far?

    -- rpr. /Robert Premuž/
     
  3. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    From what I understand, enabling AMON is fine, however you must have IMON disabled.

    Hope this helps...

    Cheers :D
     
  4. noone

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    If you're afraid of an impact on performance, or want to do a comparison, just add the data directories to AMON's exclude list, that way you still protect the majority of your system.
     
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