OpenVAS community compiled from source:
- NVT 20230123T1013 Current
- SCAP 20230123T0510 Current
- CERT 20230123T0415 Current
- GVMD_DATA 20230123T1006 Current
No errors in GVM components logs.
Here is my OpenVAS installation script I made : https://pastebin.com/tzernaFy
Hello, I have a difficulty when performing a simple “Task wizard” scan (127.0.0.1) on a Debian 11 system (the one on which OpenVAS is installed). At 80% of the scan, the scan become very slow, each 2% takes 2 hours to complete.
When I fire up htop, I see that /usr/sbin/cupsd -l is saturating 1 thread of my CPU at 100%, the remaining threads are near 0%. And I saw no OpenVAS related binary on the first page of htop (with the default CPU-usage-descending-order).
I have the same behavior on the 2 systems I tested, one being a Debian 11 physical laptop, the other is a Debian 11 virtual machine (VBox).
Is there any link between OpenVAS and cupsd ?
Do you know why it is taking so much time to complete this part of the scan ?
Thank you very much