File Change API - Optimize real-time scan
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  1. Morten
  2. 31.08.2020
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When will it be released from beta to production? Do you have any ETA for this?

I see the option in Imunify360:
"Optimize real-time scan"
Try to reduce the system load while watching for file changes in comparison with inotify watch by using fanotify and CloudLinux FileChange API

This is not experimental anymore. So does enabling this install File Change API on the server even though that is in beta?
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  1. 31.08.2020 14:08:50
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Morten Accepted Answer
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I ran:
imunify360-agent config update '{"MALWARE_SCANNING": {"optimize_realtime_scan": true}}'

That didn't install cloudlinux-fchange package. So then I guess optimize realtime scan is not actually working?
  1. 31.08.2020 16:08:17
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Sergey Khristich Accepted Answer
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Hello Morten,
Thank you for reaching out!
1. Optimize realtime scan is already in production and available since version 4.9, more details here
2. To help with this issue, our support service needs access to your server, please create a ticket here and technical experts will help you asap.
Thank you for contacting us.
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