Provided by: zorp_3.0.8-0.3_i386
vbupgrade - upgrades the VirusBuster database and optionally the engine
vbupgrade [-v verbosity level] [-u upgrade_selection] [-f] [-V] [-s]
vbupgrade upgrades the VirusBuster database and optionally the engine
too which are used by Zorp Professional to filter the contents of the
incoming and the outgoing traffic. On the first run vbupgrade filters
the relevant content of the /etc/apt/sources.list file into
/etc/zorp/vbuster.conf, and uses only those lines, which are suitable
to upgrade the VirusBuster packages. If /etc/zorp/vbuster.list is
empty, then vbupgrade will exit with an error message. You can edit
this file manually, the changes will be preserved.
vbupgrade was designed to run regularly as a cron job. However, you can
run it manually if you want - it is recommended to run with a higher
verbosity level to track down upgrading problems.
The verbosity level of the program. 0: don’t show any message;
1: show only error messages; 2: report successful database
upgrades; 3: show progress indicator messages too; 4: show all
messages (the output can be huge!)
With this parameter you can control whether the database will be
upgraded only or the engine too. 1: upgrade the database only,
2: upgrade the database and the engine
-f Force the execution of vbupgrade, with this option you can
override the HRS setting in /etc/zorp/vbuster.options.
-V Show the version number of the vbupgrade program.
-s Log through syslog
-h Shows a brief help message.
vbupgrade was written by Sandor Geller <email@example.com>