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Test ID:1.3.6.1.4.1.25623.1.0.150322
Category:Policy
Title:openGauss: Ensuring the Existence of the Socket File
Summary:Some application programs may search for the socket file in the /tmp directory to;deceive the server. During the system startup, the socket file /tmp/ $;{USER} _gaussdb/.s.PGSQL. ${PGPORT} is created by default to prevent some;applications from creating or overwriting the socket file in the /tmp directory. In;the file name, ${USER} indicates the installation user name and ${PGPORT};indicates the port number of the node. The path of the socket file is related to the;actual installation path. For details, see the unix_socket_directory parameter in;the ${GAUSSDATA} /postgresql.conf configuration file.
Description:Summary:
Some application programs may search for the socket file in the /tmp directory to
deceive the server. During the system startup, the socket file /tmp/ $
{USER} _gaussdb/.s.PGSQL. ${PGPORT} is created by default to prevent some
applications from creating or overwriting the socket file in the /tmp directory. In
the file name, ${USER} indicates the installation user name and ${PGPORT}
indicates the port number of the node. The path of the socket file is related to the
actual installation path. For details, see the unix_socket_directory parameter in
the ${GAUSSDATA} /postgresql.conf configuration file.

CVSS Score:
0.0

CVSS Vector:
AV:L/AC:H/Au:S/C:N/I:N/A:N

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