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#1 2021-01-21 11:53:10

Ferdinand
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[SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

I installed ClamAV as described in the Wiki.

After running freshclam, I first checked that I have the following files:

$ ls -l /var/lib/clamav
total 219M
-rw-r-----  1 clamav clamav 290K 21.01.2021 11:58 bytecode.cvd
-rw-r-----  1 clamav clamav 106M 21.01.2021 11:57 daily.cvd
-rw-r-----  1 clamav clamav 113M 21.01.2021 11:58 main.cvd

Then I start and enable clamav-freshclam.service and clamav-daemon.service.

Then, checking with the EICAR test file, I get the following error:

$ curl https://secure.eicar.org/eicar.com.txt | clamscan -
  % Total    % Received % Xferd  Average Speed   Time    Time     Time  Current
                                 Dload  Upload   Total   Spent    Left  Speed
  0     0    0     0    0     0      0      0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:--     0LibClamAV Error: cli_load(): Can't open file /var/lib/clamav/daily.cvd
LibClamAV Error: cli_loaddbdir(): error loading database /var/lib/clamav/daily.cvd
LibClamAV Error: cli_loaddbdir(): No supported database files found in /var/lib/clamav
ERROR: Can't open file or directory

This is not related to different DatabaseDirectory entries in /etc/clamav/freshclam.conf and /etc/clamav/clamd.conf, as described in the Troubleshooting:

$ grep DatabaseDirectory < /etc/clamav/freshclam.conf
#DatabaseDirectory /var/lib/clamav
$ grep DatabaseDirectory < /etc/clamav/clamd.conf
#DatabaseDirectory /var/lib/clamav

I believe it is related to access rights, but have found no documentation.
Do you know if my user must be in the clamav group or something?

Last edited by Ferdinand (2021-02-02 16:53:58)

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#2 2021-01-21 12:22:23

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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

$ ls -l /var/lib/clamav/
total 223624
-rw-r--r-- 1 clamav clamav    296388 21 jan 13:13 bytecode.cvd
-rw-r--r-- 1 clamav clamav 110819851 21 jan 13:13 daily.cvd
-rw-r--r-- 1 clamav clamav 117859675 21 jan 13:13 main.cvd
$ 

Looks like something went wrong with the creation of those folders / files.

Please post /var/log/pacman.log .
No need to post the full log, start at the date/time of your last pacman -Syu .


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#3 2021-01-21 12:38:54

Ferdinand
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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

[2021-01-19T08:44:27+0100] [PACMAN] Running 'pacman -Syu'
[2021-01-19T08:44:27+0100] [PACMAN] synchronizing package lists
[2021-01-19T08:44:27+0100] [PACMAN] starting full system upgrade
[2021-01-21T11:56:06+0100] [PACMAN] Running 'pacman -S clamav'
[2021-01-21T11:56:12+0100] [ALPM] transaction started
[2021-01-21T11:56:12+0100] [ALPM] installed libmspack (1:0.10.1alpha-3)
[2021-01-21T11:56:12+0100] [ALPM] installed clamav (0.103.0-1)
[2021-01-21T11:56:12+0100] [ALPM] transaction completed
[2021-01-21T11:56:12+0100] [ALPM] running '20-systemd-sysusers.hook'...
[2021-01-21T11:56:12+0100] [ALPM-SCRIPTLET] Creating group clamav with gid 64.
[2021-01-21T11:56:12+0100] [ALPM-SCRIPTLET] Creating user clamav (Clam AntiVirus) with uid 64 and gid 64.
[2021-01-21T11:56:12+0100] [ALPM] running '30-systemd-daemon-reload.hook'...
[2021-01-21T11:56:12+0100] [ALPM] running '30-systemd-tmpfiles.hook'...
[2021-01-21T11:56:12+0100] [ALPM] running '30-systemd-update.hook'...

I maybe should have run pacman -Syu before -S clamav... it's been a couple of days, and I see there is a bit in line tongue

Packages (32) alsa-card-profiles-1:0.3.20-1  audit-3.0-1  btrfs-progs-5.10-1  calibre-5.9.0-2  chromium-88.0.4324.96-1  dav1d-0.8.1-1  ffmpeg-2:4.3.1-4  filesystem-2021.01.19-1
              gnupg-2.2.27-1  gtk-update-icon-cache-1:4.0.2-1  libedit-20191231_3.1-3  libinih-52-1  libnftnl-1.1.9-1  libplacebo-3.104.0-1  libpulse-14.2-2  linux-5.10.9.arch1-1
              mpv-1:0.33.0-4  pam-1.5.1-1  podofo-0.9.7-1  pulseaudio-14.2-2  pulseaudio-bluetooth-14.2-2  pulseaudio-jack-14.2-2  pulseaudio-zeroconf-14.2-2
              python-setuptools-1:51.3.3-1  python-virtualenv-20.4.0-1  python2-virtualenv-20.4.0-1  rclone-1.53.4-1  sudo-1.9.5.p1-1  tar-1.33-1  vlc-3.0.12-1  xfsprogs-5.10.0-1
              zstd-1.4.8-1

What seems wrong with the files in /var/lib/clamav/ by the way? They look fine to my ignorant eye smile

Last edited by Ferdinand (2021-01-21 12:42:30)

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#4 2021-01-21 13:09:12

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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

Aw... it seems I need to use clamdscan instead of clamscan if I use the clamav-daemon.service:

$ cat eicar.com.txt | clamscan -
LibClamAV Error: cli_load(): Can't open file /var/lib/clamav/daily.cvd
LibClamAV Error: cli_loaddbdir(): error loading database /var/lib/clamav/daily.cvd
LibClamAV Error: cli_loaddbdir(): No supported database files found in /var/lib/clamav
ERROR: Can't open file or directory
$ cat eicar.com.txt | clamdscan -
stream: Win.Test.EICAR_HDB-1 FOUND

----------- SCAN SUMMARY -----------
Infected files: 1
Time: 0.010 sec (0 m 0 s)
Start Date: 2021:01:21 13:58:22
End Date:   2021:01:21 13:58:22

But even if I stop clamav-daemon.service, I get the same error with clamscan.
And clamdscan can't scan files that clamav-daemon.service can't access:

$ ls -l
total 12K
-rw-r-----  1 user user   68 21.01.2021 12:03 eicar.com.txt
$ clamdscan eicar.com.txt 
/home/user/eicar.com.txt: lstat() failed: Permission denied. ERROR

So, I'm a bit at a loss as to how ClamAV is intended to be used...

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#5 2021-01-21 13:47:10

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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

I'm sorry if I'm spamming this forum with a thread all by myself (almost - thank's for helping @Lone_Wolf smile), but it seems I found a partial solution:

I removed ClamAV and updated my system and booted.
Then I reinstalled and ran freshclam again.
This time I got different access rights to the files. Most curious, methinks:

$ ls -l /var/lib/clamav/
total 438M
-rw-r-----  1 clamav clamav 290K 21.01.2021 11:58 bytecode.cvd
-rw-r--r--  1 clamav clamav 325M 21.01.2021 14:08 daily.cld
-rw-r-----  1 clamav clamav 113M 21.01.2021 11:58 main.cvd

Anyway, I still got the error on clamscan, so I chmod 644'ed the lot, and now it works.

Can it be that the files should be world-readable and the package is a bit off?

And by the way - I still can't figure out how that daemon-thing is going to be of any use if it can only scan files that are readable to clamav:clamav?

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#6 2021-01-21 14:16:08

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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

Ferdinand wrote:

I'm sorry if I'm spamming this forum with a thread all by myself (almost - thank's for helping @Lone_Wolf smile)

Instead of posting again when no one has replied, you can edit your existing post to add more information.


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#7 2021-01-21 15:27:03

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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

What is the output of

# SYSTEMD_LOG_LEVEL=DEBUG systemd-tmpfiles --create

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#8 2021-01-22 19:25:47

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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

Can it be that the files should be world-readable and the package is a bit off?

They are world-readable in my ls output, and something may have gone wrong upon creation by systemd-tmpfiles .
Posting the output loqs asked should help to determine that.


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#9 2021-02-02 16:53:38

Ferdinand
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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

I'm sorry I left this topic dangling without replying to the output logs request.

I'm not quite sure why the two installs ended up with different access rights, but chmod 644 fixed it for me.

Also, using clamdscan on files not readable by clamav:clamav is solved by using the fdpass parameter to pass the file descriptor permission instead of the file, however that works smile
It's described in https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Cl … _clamdscan

I'll mark this solved now.

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#10 2021-02-02 16:55:49

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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

You do not want to resolve why systemd-tmpfiles is not working as expected?

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#11 2021-02-03 07:47:23

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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

Actually, yes - I don't know at all how that works, so I am quite interested.

I've read man systemd-tmpfiles and man tmpfiles.d, and see that sudo SYSTEMD_LOG_LEVEL=DEBUG systemd-tmpfiles --create will create a truckload of temporary files - but I'm not sure what I'll actually will be doing?
So I'm a little uneasy about it tongue

With reference to man tmpfiles.d:

/etc/tmpfiles.d is empty.
/run/tmpfiles.d holds two files
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d holds 30 files (among them clamav.conf)

~/.config/user-tmpfiles.d, $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR/user-tmpfiles.d and ~/.local/share/user-tmpfiles.d are all empty.

clamav.conf contains three lines:

d /run/clamav 0755 clamav clamav
d /var/log/clamav 0755 clamav clamav
d /var/lib/clamav 0755 clamav clamav

All these folders exist, with those permissions, but if they didn't they would have been created by sudo systemd-tmpfiles --create, I gather. The debug log level, will no doubt produce a lot of info, but what are we looking for? As the folders already exists, I gather they would be skipped, and no debug info produced?

Sorry I'm a bit catious about this tongue

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#12 2021-02-03 14:06:01

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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

systemd-tmpfiles --create is called on boot by the service /usr/lib/systemd/system/systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service and on package installation and upgrade by /usr/share/libalpm/hooks/30-systemd-tmpfiles.hook if the package contains usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/*.conf.

There was a mistake in my original command it should be

# SYSTEMD_LOG_LEVEL=debug systemd-tmpfiles --create

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#13 2021-02-03 17:17:26

Ferdinand
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Re: [SOLVED] ClamAV: No supported database files found

Thank's for explaining, @loqs - that was all new to me tongue

Here's the output, as requested.
Can't really say that I see anything that stands out?

$ sudo SYSTEMD_LOG_LEVEL=debug systemd-tmpfiles --create
Looking for configuration files in (higher priority first):
	/etc/tmpfiles.d
	/run/tmpfiles.d
	/usr/local/lib/tmpfiles.d
	/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/arch.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/clamav.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/colord.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/dbus.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/dmraid.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/etc.conf"…
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/etc.conf:12: Ignoring entry L! "/etc/resolv.conf" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/etc.conf:13: Ignoring entry C! "/etc/nsswitch.conf" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/etc.conf:14: Ignoring entry C! "/etc/pam.d" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/etc.conf:15: Ignoring entry C! "/etc/issue" because --boot is not specified.
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/fangfrisch.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/gvfsd-fuse-tmpfiles.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/home.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/journal-nocow.conf"…
Reading config file "/run/tmpfiles.d/kmod.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/legacy.conf"…
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/legacy.conf:25: Ignoring entry r! "/forcefsck" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/legacy.conf:26: Ignoring entry r! "/fastboot" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/legacy.conf:27: Ignoring entry r! "/forcequotacheck" because --boot is not specified.
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/lightdm.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/linux-firmware.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/man-db.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/mkinitcpio.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/nscd.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/pam.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/portables.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/sshd.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes-permissions.conf"…
Reading config file "/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf"…
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:1: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/fuse" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:2: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/cuse" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:3: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/btrfs-control" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:4: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/loop-control" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:6: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/net/tun" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:7: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/ppp" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:8: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/userio" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:9: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/uinput" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:11: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/mapper/control" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:12: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/uhid" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:14: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/vfio/vfio" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:15: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/vhci" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:16: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/vhost-net" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:17: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/vhost-vsock" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:19: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/snd/timer" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:21: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/snd/seq" because --boot is not specified.
/run/tmpfiles.d/static-nodes.conf:22: Ignoring entry c! "/dev/rfkill" because --boot is not specified.
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/sudo.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd-nologin.conf"…
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd-nologin.conf:11: Ignoring entry F! "/run/nologin" because --boot is not specified.
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd-nspawn.conf"…
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd-nspawn.conf:22: Ignoring entry R! "/var/lib/machines/.#*" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd-nspawn.conf:23: Ignoring entry R! "/.#machine.*" because --boot is not specified.
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd-pstore.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd-tmp.conf"…
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd-tmp.conf:17: Ignoring entry R! "/tmp/systemd-private-*" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd-tmp.conf:18: Ignoring entry R! "/var/tmp/systemd-private-*" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd-tmp.conf:23: Ignoring entry r! "/var/lib/systemd/coredump/.#*" because --boot is not specified.
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd.conf"…
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd.conf:11: Ignoring entry F! "/run/utmp" because --boot is not specified.
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/tmp.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/udisks2.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/var.conf"…
Reading config file "/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/x11.conf"…
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/x11.conf:12: Ignoring entry D! "/tmp/.X11-unix" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/x11.conf:13: Ignoring entry D! "/tmp/.ICE-unix" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/x11.conf:14: Ignoring entry D! "/tmp/.XIM-unix" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/x11.conf:15: Ignoring entry D! "/tmp/.font-unix" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/x11.conf:16: Ignoring entry D! "/tmp/.Test-unix" because --boot is not specified.
/usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/x11.conf:19: Ignoring entry r! "/tmp/.X[0-9]*-lock" because --boot is not specified.
Running create action for entry C /etc/crypttab
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/crypttab" to "/etc/crypttab".
Running create action for entry C /etc/fstab
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/fstab" to "/etc/fstab".
Running create action for entry C /etc/group
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/group" to "/etc/group".
Running create action for entry C /etc/gshadow
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/gshadow" to "/etc/gshadow".
Running create action for entry C /etc/host.conf
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/host.conf" to "/etc/host.conf".
Running create action for entry C /etc/hosts
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/hosts" to "/etc/hosts".
Running create action for entry C /etc/issue
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/issue" to "/etc/issue".
Running create action for entry C /etc/ld.so.conf
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/ld.so.conf" to "/etc/ld.so.conf".
Running create action for entry C /etc/motd
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/motd" to "/etc/motd".
Running create action for entry C /etc/nsswitch.conf
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/nsswitch.conf" to "/etc/nsswitch.conf".
Running create action for entry C /etc/passwd
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/passwd" to "/etc/passwd".
Running create action for entry C /etc/profile
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/profile" to "/etc/profile".
Running create action for entry C /etc/securetty
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/securetty" to "/etc/securetty".
Running create action for entry C /etc/shadow
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/shadow" to "/etc/shadow".
Running create action for entry C /etc/shells
Copying tree "/usr/share/factory/etc/shells" to "/etc/shells".
Running create action for entry d /run/clamav
Found existing directory "/run/clamav".
"/run/clamav" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry q /var
Found existing directory "/var".
"/var" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/log
Found existing directory "/var/log".
"/var/log" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/log/clamav
Found existing directory "/var/log/clamav".
"/var/log/clamav" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib
Found existing directory "/var/lib".
"/var/lib" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/clamav
Found existing directory "/var/lib/clamav".
"/var/lib/clamav" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/colord
Found existing directory "/var/lib/colord".
"/var/lib/colord" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/colord/icc
Found existing directory "/var/lib/colord/icc".
"/var/lib/colord/icc" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/dbus
Found existing directory "/var/lib/dbus".
"/var/lib/dbus" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry L /var/lib/dbus/machine-id
Found existing symlink "/var/lib/dbus/machine-id".
Running create action for entry d /run/lock
Found existing directory "/run/lock".
"/run/lock" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/lock/dmraid
Found existing directory "/run/lock/dmraid".
"/run/lock/dmraid" matches mode 1777 already.
Running create action for entry L /etc/os-release
Found existing symlink "/etc/os-release".
Running create action for entry L /etc/mtab
Found existing symlink "/etc/mtab".
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/fangfrisch
Found existing directory "/var/lib/fangfrisch".
"/var/lib/fangfrisch" matches mode 700 already.
Running create action for entry Q /home
Found existing directory "/home".
"/home" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry q /srv
Found existing directory "/srv".
"/srv" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry L /var/lock
Found existing symlink "/var/lock".
Running create action for entry d /run/lock/subsys
Found existing directory "/run/lock/subsys".
"/run/lock/subsys" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/lightdm
Found existing directory "/run/lightdm".
"/run/lightdm" matches mode 711 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/cache
Found existing directory "/var/cache".
"/var/cache" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/cache/lightdm
Found existing directory "/var/cache/lightdm".
"/var/cache/lightdm" matches mode 711 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/lightdm
Found existing directory "/var/lib/lightdm".
"/var/lib/lightdm" matches mode 1770 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/lightdm-data
Found existing directory "/var/lib/lightdm-data".
"/var/lib/lightdm-data" matches mode 1770 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/log/lightdm
Found existing directory "/var/log/lightdm".
"/var/log/lightdm" matches mode 711 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/cache/man
Found existing directory "/var/cache/man".
"/var/cache/man" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/initramfs
Found existing directory "/run/initramfs".
"/run/initramfs" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/nscd
Found existing directory "/run/nscd".
"/run/nscd" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/faillock
Found existing directory "/run/faillock".
"/run/faillock" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry Q /var/lib/portables
Found existing directory "/var/lib/portables".
"/var/lib/portables" matches mode 700 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/empty
Found existing directory "/var/empty".
"/var/empty" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /dev/net
Found existing directory "/dev/net".
"/dev/net" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /dev/mapper
Found existing directory "/dev/mapper".
"/dev/mapper" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /dev/vfio
Found existing directory "/dev/vfio".
"/dev/vfio" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /dev/snd
Found existing directory "/dev/snd".
"/dev/snd" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /dev/snd
Found existing directory "/dev/snd".
"/dev/snd" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/sudo
Found existing directory "/run/sudo".
"/run/sudo" matches mode 711 already.
Running create action for entry D /run/sudo/ts
Found existing directory "/run/sudo/ts".
"/run/sudo/ts" matches mode 700 already.
Running create action for entry Q /var/lib/machines
Found existing directory "/var/lib/machines".
"/var/lib/machines" matches mode 700 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/systemd
Found existing directory "/var/lib/systemd".
"/var/lib/systemd" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/systemd/pstore
Found existing directory "/var/lib/systemd/pstore".
"/var/lib/systemd/pstore" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/user
Found existing directory "/run/user".
"/run/user" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/systemd/ask-password
Found existing directory "/run/systemd/ask-password".
"/run/systemd/ask-password" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/systemd/seats
Found existing directory "/run/systemd/seats".
"/run/systemd/seats" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/systemd/sessions
Found existing directory "/run/systemd/sessions".
"/run/systemd/sessions" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/systemd/users
Found existing directory "/run/systemd/users".
"/run/systemd/users" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/systemd/machines
Found existing directory "/run/systemd/machines".
"/run/systemd/machines" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/systemd/shutdown
Found existing directory "/run/systemd/shutdown".
"/run/systemd/shutdown" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/systemd/netif
Found existing directory "/run/systemd/netif".
"/run/systemd/netif" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/systemd/netif/links
Found existing directory "/run/systemd/netif/links".
"/run/systemd/netif/links" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/systemd/netif/leases
Found existing directory "/run/systemd/netif/leases".
"/run/systemd/netif/leases" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/systemd/netif/lldp
Found existing directory "/run/systemd/netif/lldp".
"/run/systemd/netif/lldp" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/log
Found existing directory "/run/log".
"/run/log" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/systemd/coredump
Found existing directory "/var/lib/systemd/coredump".
"/var/lib/systemd/coredump" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/lib/private
Found existing directory "/var/lib/private".
"/var/lib/private" matches mode 700 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/log/private
Found existing directory "/var/log/private".
"/var/log/private" matches mode 700 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/cache/private
Found existing directory "/var/cache/private".
"/var/cache/private" matches mode 700 already.
Running create action for entry q /tmp
Found existing directory "/tmp".
"/tmp" matches mode 1777 already.
Running create action for entry q /var/tmp
Found existing directory "/var/tmp".
"/var/tmp" matches mode 1777 already.
Running create action for entry d /run/media
Found existing directory "/run/media".
"/run/media" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry L /var/run
Found existing symlink "/var/run".
Running create action for entry f /var/log/wtmp
"/var/log/wtmp" matches mode 664 already.
Running create action for entry f /var/log/btmp
"/var/log/btmp" matches mode 660 already.
Running create action for entry f /var/log/lastlog
"/var/log/lastlog" matches mode 664 already.
Running create action for entry d /var/spool
Found existing directory "/var/spool".
"/var/spool" matches mode 755 already.
Running create action for entry Z /var/lib/colord
"/var/lib/colord" matches mode 755 already.
"/var/lib/colord/mapping.db" matches mode 755 already.
"/var/lib/colord/storage.db" matches mode 755 already.
"/var/lib/colord/.cache" matches mode 755 already.
"/var/lib/colord/icc" matches mode 755 already.
Failed to determine whether '/run/user/*/gvfs' is below autofs, ignoring: No such file or directory
Running create action for entry x /run/user/*/gvfs
Running create action for entry a /var/log/journal
Setting access ACL u::rwx,g::r-x,g:wheel:r-x,g:adm:r-x,m::r-x,o::r-x on /var/log/journal.
Setting default ACL u::rwx,g::r-x,g:wheel:r-x,g:adm:r-x,m::r-x,o::r-x on /var/log/journal.
Running create action for entry h /var/log/journal
Cannot set file attribute for '/var/log/journal', value=0x00800000, mask=0x00800000, ignoring: Operation not supported
Running create action for entry z /var/log/journal
"/var/log/journal" matches mode 2755 already.
Running create action for entry a /var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178
Setting access ACL u::rwx,g::r-x,g:wheel:r-x,g:adm:r-x,m::r-x,o::r-x on /var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178.
Setting default ACL u::rwx,g::r-x,g:wheel:r-x,g:adm:r-x,m::r-x,o::r-x on /var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178.
Running create action for entry h /var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178
Cannot set file attribute for '/var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178', value=0x00800000, mask=0x00800000, ignoring: Operation not supported
Running create action for entry z /var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178
"/var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178" matches mode 2755 already.
Running create action for entry h /var/log/journal/remote
Cannot set file attribute for '/var/log/journal/remote', value=0x00800000, mask=0x00800000, ignoring: Operation not supported
Running create action for entry w /sys/devices/system/cpu/microcode/reload
Writing to "/sys/devices/system/cpu/microcode/reload".
Running create action for entry z /dev/snd/seq
"/dev/snd/seq" matches mode 660 already.
Running create action for entry z /dev/snd/timer
"/dev/snd/timer" matches mode 660 already.
Running create action for entry z /dev/loop-control
"/dev/loop-control" matches mode 660 already.
Running create action for entry z /dev/net/tun
"/dev/net/tun" matches mode 666 already.
Running create action for entry z /dev/fuse
"/dev/fuse" matches mode 666 already.
Running create action for entry z /dev/kvm
"/dev/kvm" matches mode 666 already.
Failed to determine whether '/tmp/systemd-private-47a214c49c2a4b39aeba776cb9e95e9b-*' is below autofs, ignoring: No such file or directory
Running create action for entry x /tmp/systemd-private-47a214c49c2a4b39aeba776cb9e95e9b-*
Failed to determine whether '/tmp/systemd-private-47a214c49c2a4b39aeba776cb9e95e9b-*/tmp' is below autofs, ignoring: No such file or directory
Running create action for entry X /tmp/systemd-private-47a214c49c2a4b39aeba776cb9e95e9b-*/tmp
Failed to determine whether '/var/tmp/systemd-private-47a214c49c2a4b39aeba776cb9e95e9b-*' is below autofs, ignoring: No such file or directory
Running create action for entry x /var/tmp/systemd-private-47a214c49c2a4b39aeba776cb9e95e9b-*
Failed to determine whether '/var/tmp/systemd-private-47a214c49c2a4b39aeba776cb9e95e9b-*/tmp' is below autofs, ignoring: No such file or directory
Running create action for entry X /var/tmp/systemd-private-47a214c49c2a4b39aeba776cb9e95e9b-*/tmp
Failed to determine whether '/var/lib/systemd/coredump/.#core*.47a214c49c2a4b39aeba776cb9e95e9b*' is below autofs, ignoring: No such file or directory
Running create action for entry x /var/lib/systemd/coredump/.#core*.47a214c49c2a4b39aeba776cb9e95e9b*
Running create action for entry a /run/log/journal
Setting access ACL u::rwx,g::r-x,g:wheel:r-x,g:adm:r-x,m::r-x,o::r-x on /run/log/journal.
Setting default ACL u::rwx,g::r-x,g:wheel:r-x,g:adm:r-x,m::r-x,o::r-x on /run/log/journal.
Running create action for entry z /run/log/journal
"/run/log/journal" matches mode 2755 already.
Failed to determine whether '/run/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178' is below autofs, ignoring: No such file or directory
Running create action for entry Z /run/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178
Failed to determine whether '/run/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178' is below autofs, ignoring: No such file or directory
Running create action for entry a /run/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178
Failed to determine whether '/run/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178/*.journal*' is below autofs, ignoring: No such file or directory
Running create action for entry a /run/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178/*.journal*
Cannot open directory "/run/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178": No such file or directory
Running create action for entry a /var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178/system.journal
Setting access ACL u::rw-,g::r-x,g:wheel:r--,g:adm:r--,m::r--,o::--- on /var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178/system.journal.
Running create action for entry z /var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178/system.journal
"/var/log/journal/f8d6449500dc4ca599856aed1a52a178/system.journal" matches mode 640 already.
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