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EDR: Is it safe to delete the /var/opt/carbonblack/response/pkgs/cbsensor-*.rpm files after sensor installation?

EDR: Is it safe to delete the /var/opt/carbonblack/response/pkgs/cbsensor-*.rpm files after sensor installation?

Environment

  • EDR Linux Sensor: All Versions
  • Linux OS: All Supported Versions

Question

Is it safe to delete the /var/opt/carbonblack/response/pkgs/cbsensor-*.rpm files after sensor installation?

Answer

Yes. These files are supposed to be removed as part of the installation script and should not exist after a successful install is completed.

Additional Notes

  • If these files still exist, they are safe to remove, as leaving them in can cause sensor upgrade failures.
  • This should be resolved in CB-35143.

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