Ignore mysql.sock symlinks that CloudLinux creates

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gvard
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Joined: 16 Feb 2008, 19:42

Ignore mysql.sock symlinks that CloudLinux creates

Post by gvard »

Hello,

We use CloudLinux. In the daily scan e-mail I receive this output in most of the users:

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(174) USERNAME, Scanning /home/alespa:
# Socket:
'/home/USERNAME/.cagefs/tmp/mysql.sock'

The files are symlink to mysql.sock:

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root@HOST [~]# ls -la '/home/USERNAME/.cagefs/tmp/mysql.sock'
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root nobody 25 Mar 5 19:33 /home/USERNAME/.cagefs/tmp/mysql.sock -> /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock
root@HOST [~]#
I'm trying to ignore them in CXS with the following line:

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hfile:\/.cagefs\/tmp\mysql.sock
...however this doesn't do the job. Any suggestions?

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