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clamd.conf(5)			Clam AntiVirus			 clamd.conf(5)

NAME
       clamd.conf - Configuration file for Clam	AntiVirus Daemon

DESCRIPTION
       clamd.conf configures the Clam AntiVirus	daemon,	clamd(8).

FILE FORMAT
       The  file  consists  of	comments and options with arguments. Each line
       which starts with a hash	(#) symbol is ignored by the  parser.  Options
       and  arguments  are case	sensitive and of the form Option Argument. The
       arguments are of	the following types:

       BOOL   Boolean value (yes/no or true/false or 1/0).

       STRING String without blank characters.

       SIZE   Size in bytes. You can use 'M' or	'm'  modifiers	for  megabytes
	      and  'K' or 'k' for kilobytes. To	specify	the size in bytes just
	      don't use	modifiers.

       NUMBER Unsigned integer.

DIRECTIVES
       When some option	is not used (commented out or not included in the con-
       figuration file at all) clamd takes a default action.

       Example
	      If this option is	set clamd will not run.

       LogFile STRING
	      Save all reports to a log	file.
	      Default: disabled

       LogFileUnlock BOOL
	      By  default the log file is locked for writing and only a	single
	      daemon process can write to it. This option disables the lock.
	      Default: no

       LogFileMaxSize SIZE
	      Maximum size of the log file.
	      Value of 0 disables the limit.
	      Default: 1048576

       LogTime BOOL
	      Log time for each	message.
	      Default: no

       LogClean	BOOL
	      Log all clean files.
	      Useful in	debugging but drastically increases the	log size.
	      Default: no

       LogSyslog BOOL
	      Use the system logger (can work together with LogFile).
	      Default: no

       LogFacility STRING
	      Type of syslog messages
	      Please refer to 'man syslog' for facility	names.
	      Default: LOG_LOCAL6

       LogVerbose BOOL
	      Enable verbose logging.
	      Default: no

       LogRotate BOOL
	      Rotate log file. Requires	LogFileMaxSize	option	set  prior  to
	      this option.
	      Default: no

       ExtendedDetectionInfo BOOL
	      Log  additional information about	the infected file, such	as its
	      size and hash, together with the virus name.
	      Default: no

       PidFile STRING
	      Save the process identifier of a listening daemon	(main  thread)
	      to a specified file.
	      Default: disabled

       TemporaryDirectory STRING
	      This  option  allows  you	to change the default temporary	direc-
	      tory.
	      Default: system specific (usually	/tmp or	/var/tmp).

       DatabaseDirectory STRING
	      This option allows you to	change the default database directory.
	      If  you enable it, please	make sure it points to the same	direc-
	      tory in both clamd and freshclam.
	      Default: defined at configuration	(/usr/local/share/clamav)

       OfficialDatabaseOnly BOOL
	      Only load	 the  official	signatures  published  by  the	ClamAV
	      project.
	      Default: no

       LocalSocket STRING
	      Path to a	local (Unix) socket the	daemon will listen on.
	      Default: disabled

       LocalSocketGroup	STRING
	      Sets the group ownership on the unix socket.
	      Default: the primary group of the	user running clamd

       LocalSocketMode STRING
	      Sets the permissions on the unix socket to the specified mode.
	      Default: socket is world readable	and writable

       FixStaleSocket BOOL
	      Remove stale socket after	unclean	shutdown.
	      Default: yes

       TCPSocket NUMBER
	      TCP port number the daemon will listen on.
	      Default: disabled

       TCPAddr STRING
	      By default clamd binds to	INADDR_ANY.
	      This  option  allows you to restrict the TCP address and provide
	      some degree of protection	from the outside  world.  This	option
	      can  be  specified multiple times	in order to listen on multiple
	      IPs. IPv6	is now supported.
	      Default: disabled

       MaxConnectionQueueLength	NUMBER
	      Maximum length the queue of pending connections may grow to.
	      Default: 200

       StreamMaxLength SIZE
	      Close the	STREAM session when the	data size limit	is exceeded.
	      The value	should match your MTA's	limit for the maximum  attach-
	      ment size.
	      Default: 25M

       StreamMinPort NUMBER
	      The STREAM command uses an FTP-like protocol.
	      This option sets the lower boundary for the port range.
	      Default: 1024

       StreamMaxPort NUMBER
	      This option sets the upper boundary for the port range.
	      Default: 2048

       MaxThreads NUMBER
	      Maximum number of	threads	running	at the same time.
	      Default: 10

       ReadTimeout NUMBER
	      This  option  specifies  the time	(in seconds) after which clamd
	      should timeout if	a client doesn't provide any data.
	      Default: 120

       CommandReadTimeout NUMBER
	      This option specifies the	time (in seconds)  after  which	 clamd
	      should  timeout  if a client doesn't provide any initial command
	      after connecting.	 The default is	set to 30  to  avoid  timeouts
	      with  TCP	 sockets  when	processing large messages.  If using a
	      Unix socket, the value can be changed to 5.  Note:  the  timeout
	      for  subsequents	commands,  and/or  data	chunks is specified by
	      ReadTimeout.
	      Default: 30

       SendBufTimeout NUMBER
	      This option specifies how	long to	wait (in milliseconds) if  the
	      send buffer is full.  Keep this value low	to prevent clamd hang-
	      ing.
	      Default: 500

       MaxQueue	NUMBER
	      Maximum number of	queued items (including	those being  processed
	      by MaxThreads threads).  It is recommended to have this value at
	      least twice MaxThreads if	possible.
	      WARNING: you shouldn't increase this too much to	avoid  running
	      out  of  file  descriptors, the following	condition should hold:
	      MaxThreads*MaxRecursion  +  MaxQueue  -	MaxThreads   +	 6   <
	      RLIMIT_NOFILE.  RLIMIT_NOFILE is the maximum number of open file
	      descriptors (usually 1024), set by ulimit	-n.
	      Default: 100

       IdleTimeout NUMBER
	      This option specifies how	long (in seconds) the  process	should
	      wait for a new job.
	      Default: 30

       ExcludePath REGEX
	      Don't  scan files	and directories	matching REGEX.	This directive
	      can be used multiple times.
	      Default: disabled

       MaxDirectoryRecursion NUMBER
	      Maximum depth directories	are scanned at.
	      Default: 15

       FollowDirectorySymlinks BOOL
	      Follow directory symlinks.
	      Default: no

       CrossFilesystems	BOOL
	      Scan files and directories on other filesystems.
	      Default: yes

       FollowFileSymlinks BOOL
	      Follow regular file symlinks.
	      Default: no

       SelfCheck NUMBER
	      This option specifies the	time intervals (in seconds)  in	 which
	      clamd should perform a database check.
	      Default: 600

       VirusEvent COMMAND
	      Execute  a  command when a virus is found. In the	command	string
	      %v will be replaced with the virus name. Additionally, two envi-
	      ronment variables	will be	defined: $CLAM_VIRUSEVENT_FILENAME and
	      $CLAM_VIRUSEVENT_VIRUSNAME.
	      Default: disabled

       ExitOnOOM BOOL
	      Stop daemon when libclamav reports out of	memory condition.
	      Default: no

       AllowAllMatchScan BOOL
	      Permit use of the	ALLMATCHSCAN command.
	      Default: yes

       Foreground BOOL
	      Don't fork into background.
	      Default: no

       Debug BOOL
	      Enable debug messages from libclamav.
	      Default: no

       LeaveTemporaryFiles BOOL
	      Do not remove temporary files (for debugging purpose).
	      Default: no

       User STRING
	      Run the daemon as	a specified user (the process must be  started
	      by root).
	      Default: disabled

       Bytecode	BOOL
	      With  this  option  enabled  ClamAV  will	load bytecode from the
	      database.	It is highly recommended you keep this	option	turned
	      on, otherwise you	may miss detections for	many new viruses.
	      Default: yes

       BytecodeSecurity	STRING
	      Set bytecode security level.
	      Possible values:
		  TrustSigned  -  trust	 bytecode  loaded  from	signed .c[lv]d
		  files	and insert runtime safety checks for  bytecode	loaded
		  from other sources,
		  Paranoid  -  don't trust any bytecode, insert	runtime	checks
		  for all.
	      Recommended: TrustSigned,	because	bytecode in .cvd files already
	      has these	checks.
	      Default: TrustSigned

       BytecodeTimeout NUMBER
	      Set bytecode timeout in milliseconds.
	      Default: 5000

       BytecodeUnsigned	BOOL
	      Allow  loading  bytecode	from  outside digitally	signed .c[lv]d
	      files.
	      Default: no

       BytecodeMode STRING
	      Set bytecode execution mode.
	      Possible values:
		  Auto - automatically choose JIT if possible, fallback	to in-
		  terpreter
		  ForceJIT - always choose JIT,	fail if	not possible
		  ForceInterpreter - always choose interpreter
		  Test	-  run	with  both JIT and interpreter and compare re-
		  sults. Make all failures fatal.
	      Default: Auto

       DetectPUA BOOL
	      Detect Possibly Unwanted Applications.
	      Default: No

       ExcludePUA CATEGORY
	      Exclude a	specific PUA category. This directive can be used mul-
	      tiple  times.  See https://www.clamav.net/documents/potentially-
	      unwanted-applications-pua	for the	complete  list	of  PUA	 cate-
	      gories.
	      Default: disabled

       IncludePUA CATEGORY
	      Only include a specific PUA category. This directive can be used
	      multiple	times.	 See   https://www.clamav.net/documents/poten-
	      tially-unwanted-applications-pua	for  the  complete list	of PUA
	      categories.
	      Default: disabled

       HeuristicAlerts BOOL
	      In some cases (eg. complex malware, exploits in  graphic	files,
	      and  others), ClamAV uses	special	algorithms to provide accurate
	      detection. This option controls the algorithmic detection.
	      Default: yes

       HeuristicScanPrecedence BOOL
	      Allow heuristic match to take precedence.	 When  enabled,	 if  a
	      heuristic	  scan	(such  as  phishingScan)  detects  a  possible
	      virus/phishing it	will stop scanning  immediately.  Recommended,
	      saves  CPU  scan-time. When disabled, virus/phishing detected by
	      heuristic	scans will be reported only at the end of a  scan.  If
	      an  archive  contains both a heuristically detected virus/phish-
	      ing, and a real malware, the real	malware	will be	reported. Keep
	      this  disabled  if you intend to handle "*.Heuristics.*" viruses
	      differently from "real" malware. If a non-heuristically-detected
	      virus  (signature-based) is found	first, the scan	is interrupted
	      immediately, regardless of this config option.
	      Default: no

       ScanPE BOOL
	      PE stands	for Portable Executable	- it's an executable file for-
	      mat used in all 32 and 64-bit versions of	Windows	operating sys-
	      tems. This option	allows ClamAV to perform a deeper analysis  of
	      executable  files	 and  it's  also required for decompression of
	      popular executable packers such as UPX.
	      If you turn off this option, the original	files  will  still  be
	      scanned, but without additional processing.
	      Default: yes

       ScanELF BOOL
	      Executable and Linking Format is a standard format for UN*X exe-
	      cutables.	This option allows you to control the scanning of  ELF
	      files.
	      If  you  turn  off this option, the original files will still be
	      scanned, but without additional processing.
	      Default: yes

       ScanMail	BOOL
	      Enable scanning of mail files.
	      If you turn off this option, the original	files  will  still  be
	      scanned, but without parsing individual messages/attachments.
	      Default: yes

       ScanPartialMessages BOOL
	      Scan  RFC1341  messages split over many emails. You will need to
	      periodically clean up $TemporaryDirectory/clamav-partial	direc-
	      tory. WARNING: This option may open your system to a DoS attack.
	      Never use	it on loaded servers.
	      Default: no

       PhishingSignatures BOOL
	      Enable email signature-based phishing detection.
	      Default: yes

       PhishingScanURLs	BOOL
	      Enable URL signature-based phishing detection  (Phishing.Heuris-
	      tics.Email.*)
	      Default: yes

       StructuredDataDetection BOOL
	      Enable the DLP module.
	      Default: no

       StructuredMinCreditCardCount NUMBER
	      This  option sets	the lowest number of Credit Card numbers found
	      in a file	to generate a detect.
	      Default: 3

       StructuredMinSSNCount NUMBER
	      This option sets the lowest number of  Social  Security  Numbers
	      found in a file to generate a detect.
	      Default: 3

       StructuredSSNFormatNormal BOOL
	      With  this  option  enabled the DLP module will search for valid
	      SSNs formatted as	xxx-yy-zzzz.
	      Default: Yes

       StructuredSSNFormatStripped BOOL
	      With this	option enabled the DLP module will  search  for	 valid
	      SSNs formatted as	xxxyyzzzz.
	      Default: No

       ScanHTML	BOOL
	      Perform  HTML/JavaScript/ScriptEncoder normalisation and decryp-
	      tion.
	      If you turn off this option, the original	files  will  still  be
	      scanned, but without additional processing.
	      Default: yes

       ScanOLE2	BOOL
	      This  option  enables  scanning of OLE2 files, such as Microsoft
	      Office documents and .msi	files.
	      If you turn off this option, the original	files  will  still  be
	      scanned, but without additional processing.
	      Default: yes

       ScanPDF BOOL
	      This option enables scanning within PDF files.
	      If  you  turn  off this option, the original files will still be
	      scanned, but without additional processing.
	      Default: yes

       ScanSWF BOOL
	      This option enables scanning within SWF files.
	      If you turn off this option, the original	files  will  still  be
	      scanned, but without decoding and	additional processing.
	      Default: yes

       ScanXMLDOCS BOOL
	      This  option enables scanning xml-based document files supported
	      by libclamav.
	      If you turn off this option, the original	files  will  still  be
	      scanned, but without additional processing.
	      Default: yes

       ScanHWP3	BOOL
	      This option enables scanning HWP3	files.
	      If  you  turn  off this option, the original files will still be
	      scanned, but without additional processing.
	      Default: yes

       ScanArchive BOOL
	      Scan within archives and compressed files.
	      If you turn off this option, the original	files  will  still  be
	      scanned, but without unpacking and additional processing.
	      Default: yes

       AlertBrokenExecutables BOOL
	      Alert on broken executable files (PE & ELF).
	      Default: no

       AlertEncrypted BOOL
	      Alert  on	 encrypted  archives  and  documents  (encrypted .zip,
	      .7zip, .rar, .pdf).
	      Default: no

       AlertEncryptedArchive BOOL
	      Alert on encrypted archives (encrypted .zip, .7zip, .rar).
	      Default: no

       AlertEncryptedDoc BOOL
	      Alert on encrypted documents (encrypted .pdf).
	      Default: no

       AlertOLE2Macros BOOL
	      Alert on OLE2 files containing VBA macros	 (Heuristics.OLE2.Con-
	      tainsMacros).
	      Default: no

       AlertExceedsMax BOOL
	      Alert  on	files that exceed max file size, max scan size,	or max
	      recursion	limit (Heuristics.Limits.Exceeded).
	      Default: no

       AlertPhishingSSLMismatch	BOOL
	      Alert on emails containing SSL mismatches	in URLs	(might lead to
	      false positives!).
	      Default: no

       AlertPhishingCloak BOOL
	      Alert  on	 emails	 containing  cloaked  URLs (might lead to some
	      false positives).
	      Default: no

       AlertPartitionIntersection BOOL
	      Alert on raw DMG image files containing partition	intersections.
	      Default: no

       ForceToDisk
	      This option causes memory	or nested map scans to dump  the  con-
	      tent to disk.
	      If  you turn on this option, more	data is	written	to disk	and is
	      available	when the leave-temps option is enabled at the cost  of
	      more disk	writes.
	      Default: no

       MaxScanSize SIZE
	      Sets  the	 maximum  amount  of data to be	scanned	for each input
	      file. Archives and other containers  are	recursively  extracted
	      and  scanned  up	to this	value. The size	of an archive plus the
	      sum of the sizes of all files within archive  count  toward  the
	      scan  size.  For example,	a 1M uncompressed archive containing a
	      single 1M	inner file counts as 2M	 toward	 the  max  scan	 size.
	      Warning:	disabling this limit or	setting	it too high may	result
	      in severe	damage to the system.
	      Default: 100M

       MaxFileSize SIZE
	      Files larger than	this limit won't be scanned. Affects the input
	      file itself as well as files contained inside it (when the input
	      file is an archive, a document or	some other kind	of container).
	      Warning:	disabling this limit or	setting	it too high may	result
	      in severe	damage to the system.
	      Default: 25M

       MaxRecursion NUMBER
	      Nested archives are scanned recursively, e.g. if a  Zip  archive
	      contains	a  RAR file, all files within it will also be scanned.
	      This options specifies how deeply	the process should be  contin-
	      ued.  Warning:  setting this limit too high may result in	severe
	      damage to	the system.
	      Default: 16

       MaxFiles	NUMBER
	      Number of	files to be scanned within an archive, a document,  or
	      any  other  kind	of container. Warning: disabling this limit or
	      setting it too high may result in	severe damage to the system.
	      Default: 10000

       MaxEmbeddedPE SIZE
	      This option sets the maximum size	of a file to check for	embed-
	      ded PE.
	      Files  larger  than this value will skip the additional analysis
	      step.
	      Negative values are not allowed.
	      Default: 10M

       MaxHTMLNormalize	SIZE
	      This option sets the maximum size	of a HTML file to normalize.
	      HTML files larger	than this value	 will  not  be	normalized  or
	      scanned.
	      Negative values are not allowed.
	      Default: 10M

       MaxHTMLNoTags SIZE
	      This  option  sets the maximum size of a normalized HTML file to
	      scan.
	      HTML files larger	than this value	after normalization  will  not
	      be scanned.
	      Negative values are not allowed.
	      Default: 2M

       MaxScriptNormalize SIZE
	      This option sets the maximum size	of a script file to normalize.
	      Script  content larger than this value will not be normalized or
	      scanned.
	      Negative values are not allowed.
	      Default: 5M

       MaxZipTypeRcg SIZE
	      This option sets the maximum size	of a  ZIP  file	 to  reanalyze
	      type recognition.
	      ZIP  files  larger  than this value will skip the	step to	poten-
	      tially reanalyze as PE.
	      Negative values are not allowed.
	      WARNING: setting this limit too high may result in severe	damage
	      or impact	performance.
	      Default: 1M

       MaxPartitions SIZE
	      This  option sets	the maximum number of partitions of a raw disk
	      image to be scanned.
	      Raw disk images with more	partitions than	this value  will  have
	      up to the	value partitions scanned.
	      Negative values are not allowed.
	      WARNING: setting this limit too high may result in severe	damage
	      or impact	performance.
	      Default: 50

       MaxIconsPE SIZE
	      This option sets the maximum number of icons within a PE	to  be
	      scanned.
	      PE  files	 with  more  icons than	this value will	have up	to the
	      value number icons scanned.
	      Negative values are not allowed.
	      WARNING: setting this limit too high may result in severe	damage
	      or impact	performance.
	      Default: 100

       MaxRecHWP3 NUMBER
	      This  option  sets  the  maximum recursive calls to HWP3 parsing
	      function.
	      HWP3 files using more than this limit  will  be  terminated  and
	      alert the	user.
	      Scans  will be unable to scan any	HWP3 attachments if the	recur-
	      sive limit is reached.
	      Negative values are not allowed.
	      WARNING: setting this limit too high may result in severe	damage
	      or impact	performance.
	      Default: 16

       PCREMatchLimit NUMBER
	      This  option  sets  the maximum calls to the PCRE	match function
	      during an	instance of regex matching.
	      Instances	using more than	this  limit  will  be  terminated  and
	      alert the	user but the scan will continue.
	      For more information on match_limit, see the PCRE	documentation.
	      Negative values are not allowed.
	      WARNING: setting this limit too high may severely	impact perfor-
	      mance.
	      Default: 10000

       PCRERecMatchLimit NUMBER
	      This option sets the maximum recursive calls to the  PCRE	 match
	      function during an instance of regex matching.
	      Instances	 using	more  than  this  limit	will be	terminated and
	      alert the	user but the scan will continue.
	      For more information on match_limit_recursion, see the PCRE doc-
	      umentation.
	      Negative	values are not allowed and values > PCREMatchLimit are
	      superfluous.
	      WARNING: setting this limit too high may severely	impact perfor-
	      mance.
	      Default: 2000

       PCREMaxFileSize SIZE
	      This  option  sets  the  maximum filesize	for which PCRE subsigs
	      will be executed.
	      Files exceeding this limit will not have PCRE  subsigs  executed
	      unless a subsig is encompassed to	a smaller buffer.
	      Negative values are not allowed.
	      Setting this value to zero disables the limit.
	      WARNING:	setting	 this  limit  too high or disabling it may se-
	      verely impact performance.
	      Default: 25M

       OnAccessIncludePath STRING
	      This option specifies a directory	(including all files  and  di-
	      rectories	 inside	 it),  which should be scanned on access. This
	      option can be used multiple times.
	      Default: disabled

       OnAccessExcludePath STRING
	      This option allows excluding directories	from  on-access	 scan-
	      ning. It can be used multiple times.
	      Default: disabled

       OnAccessExcludeRootUID BOOL
	      With  this  option you can whitelist the root UID	(0). Processes
	      run under	root will be able to access all	files without trigger-
	      ing scans	or permission denied events.
	      Note that	if clamd cannot	check the uid of the process that gen-
	      erated an	on-access scan event (e.g., because OnAccessPrevention
	      was  not	enabled,  and  the process already exited), clamd will
	      perform a	scan.  Thus,  setting  OnAccessExcludeRootUID  is  not
	      guaranteed  to  prevent every access by the root user from trig-
	      gering a scan (unless OnAccessPrevention is enabled).
	      Default: no

       OnAccessExcludeUID NUMBER
	      With this	option you can whitelist specific UIDs.	Processes with
	      these  UIDs  will	be able	to access all files without triggering
	      scans or permission denied events.
	      This option can be used multiple times (one per line).
	      Note: using a value of 0 on any line will	 disable  this	option
	      entirely.	 To whitelist the root UID (0) please enable the OnAc-
	      cessExcludeRootUID option.
	      Also note	that if	clamd cannot check the uid of the process that
	      generated	an on-access scan event	(e.g., because OnAccessPreven-
	      tion was not enabled, and	the  process  already  exited),	 clamd
	      will  perform  a	scan.  Thus, setting OnAccessExcludeUID	is not
	      guaranteed to prevent every access by  the  specified  uid  from
	      triggering a scan	(unless	OnAccessPrevention is enabled).
	      Default: disabled

       OnAccessExcludeUname STRING
	      This  option allows exclusions via user names when using the on-
	      access scanning client. It can be	used multiple times,  and  has
	      the same potential race condition	limitations of the OnAccessEx-
	      cludeUID option.
	      Default: disabled

       OnAccessMaxFileSize SIZE
	      Files larger than	this value will	not be scanned in on access.
	      Default: 5M

       OnAccessMaxThreads NUMBER
	      Max number of scanning  threads  to  allocate  to	 the  OnAccess
	      thread  pool  at startup.	These threads are the ones responsible
	      for creating a connection	with the daemon	and kicking off	 scan-
	      ning  after  an  event  has been processed. To prevent clamonacc
	      from consuming  all  clamd's  resources  keep  this  lower  than
	      clamd's max threads.
	      Default: 5

       OnAccessCurlTimeout NUMBER
	      Max  amount  of  time (in	milliseconds) that the OnAccess	client
	      should spend for every connect, send, and	recieve	 attempt  when
	      communicating with clamd via curl.
	      Default: 5000 (5 seconds)

       OnAccessMountPath STRING
	      Specifies	a mount	point (including all files and directories un-
	      der it), which should be scanned on access. This option  can  be
	      used multiple times.
	      Default: disabled

       OnAccessDisableDDD BOOL
	      Disables the dynamic directory determination system which	allows
	      for recursively watching include paths.
	      Default: no

       OnAccessPrevention BOOL
	      Enables fanotify blocking	when malicious files are found.
	      Default: disabled

       OnAccessRetryAttempts NUMBER
	      Number of	times the OnAccess client will retry a failed scan due
	      to connection problems (or other issues).
	      Default: 0

       OnAccessDenyOnError BOOL
	      When  using  prevention, if this option is turned	on, any	errors
	      that occur during	 scanning will result in the event attempt be-
	      ing  denied.  This could potentially lead	to unwanted system be-
	      haviour with certain configurations, so the client defaults this
	      to  off  and  prefers  allowing access events in case of scan or
	      connection error.
	      Default: no

       OnAccessExtraScanning BOOL
	      Toggles extra scanning and notifications when a file  or	direc-
	      tory is created or moved.
	      Requires the  DDD	system to kick-off extra scans.
	      Default: no

       DisableCertCheck	BOOL
	      Disable authenticode certificate chain verification in PE	files.
	      Default: no

NOTES
       All  options expressing a size are limited to max 4GB. Values in	excess
       will be reset to	the maximum.

FILES
       /usr/local/etc/clamd.conf

AUTHORS
       Tomasz Kojm <tkojm@clamav.net>, Kevin Lin <klin@sourcefire.com>

SEE ALSO
       clamd(8),   clamdscan(1),   clamav-milter(8),   freshclam(1),	fresh-
       clam.conf(5)

ClamAV 0.102.4		       December	4, 2013			 clamd.conf(5)

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