Why do I get a notification from LISTSERV that the FSAV database hasn’t been updated in xx days?
LISTSERV checks only the time stamp of the database files. It does not check the last time it was checked by the F-Secure Auto-Update Agent. In rare cases, F-Secure may not have a virus signature update for 5 days or longer, so when the database file is determined to be five days old, LISTSERV begins notifying the non-quiet postmaster(s) to alert them to a possible problem.
In this case you should do the following:
Windows: Check F-Secure's Automatic Update Agent to make sure that it is running. If it is, and if "fsav /version" reports that the signatures are up to date, then the warning can be ignored.
Linux: Check to make sure that the F-Secure Automatic Update Agent (fsaua) is running. This can be done with `service fsaua status` under Red Hat-like distributions. If it is, and if "fsav --version" reports that the signatures are up to date, then the warning can be ignored.