Exclusion Settings for Anti-virus Software

If files used by Garoon in temporary file area are isolated as viruses by anti-virus software, Garoon may stop working or the performance may be degraded.

Directories to Be Excluded from Virus Scanning

In the anti-virus software installed on the same server where Garoon is installed, you must exclude the following directories from anti-virus scanning.

  • (CGI directory)/(installation identifier)
    Example:
    • Windows OS: C:\Inetpub\scripts\cbgrn
    • Linux: /var/www/cgi-bin/cbgrn
  • Document root directory
    Example:
    • Windows OS: C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\cbgrn
    • Linux: /var/www/html/cbgrn
  • Directories other than "files" under (MySQL installation directory)/mysql-5.0
    Example:
    • Windows environment: The directories other than "files" under C:¥Program Files¥Cybozu¥mysql-5.0
    • Linux: Directories other than "files" under /usr/local/cybozu/mysql-5.0
Directories to Be Targeted for Virus Scanning
  • (MySQL installation directory)/mysql-5.0/files
    Example:
    • Windows OS: C:\Program Files\Cybozu\mysql-5.0\files
    • Linux: /usr/local/cybozu/mysql-5.0/files
When Using the Full Text Search Server 2.0

On the server where the Full Text Search Server version 2 and Garoon are installed, exclude the following directories from the virus scanning.

  • On the server where Full Text Search Server version 2 is installed
    (Full Text Search Server installation directory)/cbfts/
  • On the server where Garoon is installed
    (MySQL installation directory)/mysql-5.0/files/(installation identifier)/mail/tmp_solr_index