Issue with a critical disk I/O load and an on-demand scan task (ODS) running in Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Linux ARM Edition
If an on-demand scan task (ODS) is running at a critical disk I/O load (90-98%), there may be failures in third-party software installed on the device with Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux. To fix the problem, use the Private Fix, which sets the minimum priority for the on-demand scan task (ODS). The Fix installer for Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Linux ARM Edition is available on the Downloads page.
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