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[Please Read] Cb Response Linux Interoperability Issues

[Please Read] Cb Response Linux Interoperability Issues

Update: July 19, 2018

Cb Response Linux v6.1.7 is now available for Controlled Distribution (CD). Fixes were introduced to help address the Linux interoperability issues. Please see the release notes and technical note below for more information.

Cb Response Linux Sensor v6.1.7 Release Notes.pdf

Technical Note Carbon Black Linux Sensor Kernel Module Unload Changes.pdf

Please refer to the following post for more information on the CD release.

[Cb Response] Announcing Controlled Distribution of v6.1.7 and v5.2.17 Linux Sensor


Update: June 6, 2018

All,

We are aware of three interoperability issues causing kernel panics when using the Cb Response Linux 6.1.x and 5.2.x sensors and the following:

  • TripWire
  • eTrust
  • Debug Kernel


Actions

  • Please do not run the debug kernel to avoid a kernel panic. We do not officially support Cb Response Linux on a debug kernel.
  • If you wish to run eTrust or Tripwire, load those products kernel modules first before you load the Cb Response kernel module

If, after you change the “load order” of your kernel modules, you continue to experience issues, please open a Support case.

We are actively working on a solution that will be addressed in our upcoming 6.1.6 release.

Status updates will be provided here on this post. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Thanks,

The Cb Response Team

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Is there a release date scheduled for this v6.1.6 release?

We've been told early August for the official 6.1.6 release.

In order to support RHEL 6.10 without delaying our 6.1.6 GA timeline, we have re-worked the schedule. We will have 6.1.7 GA beginning of August (previously it was 6.1.6 GA beginning of August) to include both the 6.1.6 updates, as well as RHEL 6.10 support. We will also have 5.2.17 GA beginning of August, which will have RHEL 6.10 support.

RHEL 6.10 Support

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