Increase debug logging for anti-malware in protected Linux instances
You can increase or decrease verbosity of the anti-malware (AM) debug logging used to diagnose any issue related to AM when running on a Linux operating system.
Anti-malware debug logs are automatically included when you create a diagnostic package for technical support.
For information on creating a diagnostic package, see Create a diagnostic package and logs.
To increase the anti-malware debug log level, enter the following command in a shell on the Linux instance as a superuser:
killall -USR1 ds_am
This command will increase the level one unit. By default the level is 6 and the maximum is 8.
To decrease the anti-malware debug log level, enter the following command in a shell on the Linux instance as a superuser:
killall -USR2 ds_am
This command decreases the level by one unit. The minimum level is 0.
If your Linux distribution doesn't use killall you can substitute it with the pkill command.