After you have installed the Linux scan node, follow the steps listed here to make sure that it is installed and running successfully.

    1. In the Elements Vulnerability Management portal, go to Scan nodes and check that your new scan node is synchronized and has received engine updates.
    2. On the scan node, check the logs under the /opt/f-secure/radar-scannodeagent/logs/ directory.
    3. Check that the /opt/f-secure/radar-scannodeagent/Engines/ directory is not empty.

This directory contains the scanning engines, which are required to run scans. It should contain at least some files.

    1. Run the following command to verify that the Linux daemon (service) is in active state:

sudo systemctl status f-secure-radar-scannodeagent

    1. Run the following commands to check the current settings:

cd /opt/f-secure/radar-scannodeagent
sudo dotnet ScanNodeAgent.dll get-config | more

    1. If you applied the license file, but it has not been picked up by the scan node agent, run the following command to restart the service:

sudo systemctl restart f-secure-radar-scannodeagent

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