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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Tomasz Kojm
>this is definitely a permission related issue. Please try adding -o
>(where xxx and yyy are the uid and gid numbers of 'clamav' respectively) to
>mount command or to /etc/fstab and let us know if this fixes the problem.
The patch for adding UID/GID for ext3 has just been committed recently.
>Another solution would be creating a new directory /mnt/memory/clamav with
>proper permissions and then pointing clamav to this directory instead of
Mounting to /mnt/memory/clamav and then chown -R /mnt/memory fixed the permission issue, thank you!!
>The strace snippet was too short to say what's the reason for them but for
>sure it's not a buggy RAM :-)
Right again, memtest shows no error in the RAM chips.
Problem solved, thanks again for your help Tomas. - S.