What happened to update 1.1726?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Killhippie, Aug 26, 2006.

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  1. Killhippie

    Killhippie Registered Member

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    After a day where i had 6 error connections one update failed (server conection failure) Nod updated to 1.1727 from 1.1725! here did 1.1726 go o_O
     
  2. The Hammer

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    It would be included in 1.1727 when uploaded to your computer.
     
  3. Killhippie

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    But if you look on the eset site there is no 1.1726 o_O
     
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    I also, find the update feature of Nod32 to be lacking in consistency and function. It's been a very frustrating and annoying experience for me, to say the least. I just cannot trust it anymore to keep me updated properly and protected with current signatures. I have decided to return to Dr.WEB Anti-Virus for my protection, it gives me peace of mind...
     
  6. webyourbusiness

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    of course you're welcome to your opinion, but as long as updates continue to arrive, I don't feel concerned about a "lack of function"... ymmv of course.
     
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  7. Marcos

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    Update 1.1726 was actually issued, just the info about it didn't appear on the website. It will be added manually to the SQL database.
     
  8. Killhippie

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    Well it escaped my pc which runs 24/7 there were so many errors yesterday with servers listed in my Nod i find it alarming i can miss an update, all functions within nod are as they should be but server side issues seem to be more problematic these days, i rarely have a clean sheet of updates and always see errors with connections of as yesteday failures as well, and to skip a whole update is i find quite disturbing when my pc is connected to the net (via ADSL firewall router). I know it may seem like just one update therefore not much to moan about but it should not happen at all should it? :cautious:
     
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  9. SSK

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    Yep, lots of server not found messages in my logs as well. Hope ESET can solve it quickly...
     
  10. Killhippie

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    Same here, the frequency of this problem needs attention, I know people say eset are aware, working on etc but it just continues having sporadic fits like yesterday, now say that update I missed had a signature for a new and nasty infection we would hope AH would get the malware but maybe not, and during the time between me missing it and the next update I may have been vunerable. As you say I hope they sort this out, its gotten alot worse over the last year :(
     
  11. marcromero

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    When can we expect this to be done?
     
  12. webyourbusiness

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    I was told by US support that the update signatures were rolled into the 1.1730 update on the web site.
     
  13. Mascot

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    On the topic of updates failing. I had major issues with auto picking a rotten server, failing, and not trying any other server. I then tested a few of the other servers manually and they were all very responsive. Almost seemed like everyone was hammering that one server.

    It's either a bug or very very poor design that it's unable to log a failure on one server then try another one.

    Either way though, I've gone from 80% failed updates to 100% success after manually selecting a different server. As long as that one's stable so I don't have to manually rotate the selected server I'm happy.
     
  14. ASpace

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    You can always test all servers at www.nod32sse.com -> Server status

    You'll be able to see the current status of a server and the month status .
    There you'll see that servers u8.eset.com and 82.165.250.33 are not always online
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