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NAME

       clamd - an anti-virus daemon

SYNOPSIS

       clamd [options]

DESCRIPTION

       The  daemon  listens for incoming connections on Unix or TCP socket and
       scans files or directories on demand. It’s a part of the Clam AntiVirus
       package. It reads its configuration information from a clamd.conf file.
       It provides on-access scanning feature (clamuko) under Linux.

COMMANDS

       clamd recognizes the following commands:

       PING   Check the server’s state. It should reply with "PONG".

       VERSION
              Print a version information.

       RELOAD Reload the virus databases.

       QUIT   Perform a clean exit.

       SCAN file/directory
              Scan a file or a directory (recursively)  with  archive  support
              enabled  (if  not  disabled  in  clamd.conf).  A  full  path  is
              required.

       RAWSCAN file/directory
              Scan a file or  directory  (recursively)  with  archive  support
              disabled. A full path is required.

       CONTSCAN file/directory
              Scan  a  file  or  directory  (recursively) with archive support
              enabled and continue scanning even when virus is found.  A  full
              path is required.

       STREAM Scan  stream  -  on this command clamd will return "PORT number"
              and you can connect to that port and send a data to scan.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              Output help information and exit.

       -V, --version
              Print the version number and exit.

       -c FILE, --config-file=FILE
              Read configuration from FILE.

FILES

       /etc/clamav/clamd.conf

CREDITS

       Please check the full documentation for credits.

AUTHOR

       Tomasz Kojm <tkojm@clamav.net>

SEE ALSO

       clamdscan(1),  clamscan(1),  freshclam(1),  sigtool(1),  clamd.conf(5),
       clamav-milter(8)