I have added firewall logs from our Palo Alto 5000 series to the Expedition VM /PALogs . I have copied the orginal .csv as a duplicate with root as the owner and the original with expedition as the owner. Both files appear in Devices > M.LEARNING. When I run Process Files the job remains in pending and nothing happens. Any ideas what the issue may be?
That looks good.
Just thinking outloud and giving a few possible solutions:
sudo apt -o "Acquire::AllowInsecureRepositories=true" -o "Acquire::AllowDowngradeToInsecureRepositories=true" update sudo apt upgrade sudo apt upgrade ------------------------- Then edit /etc/php/7.0/apache2/php.ini line mysqli.reconnect = off (change to on) Then edit /etc/php/7.0/cli/php.ini line mysqli.reconnect = off (change to on) ------------------------------- sudo service apache2 restart sudo php /var/www/html/bin/updates/updateSQL.php
Permissions depend on which directory you use for machine learning and which one for logs. In case they are the same, you would have to change the permissions every time you try to process or SCP. If not then you can make a group and make the group the owner of the directory.
In order to make them able to just SCP you would run which in turn would make expedition the owner instead of the www-data which is used to process them
sudo chown -R expedition:expedition PALogs/
If you update to the latest version of Expedition 1.0.98, you will get more information regarding the logs that you are attempting to process.
Things that may occur:
How does on upgrade to the latest version? I've tried the apt-get update and apt-get expedition beta cmd's and I keep getting the "1.0.8x " is the latest version. I've tried the unauthenticated -o commands as well, and still can't get the OS to recognize that the install is old. Any suggestions on upgrading/where to find the latest hotfixes/installs for this?
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