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Old 08-29-2016, 12:09 AM   #1
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Unhappy HELP with LCE OPSEC missing authkeys upon restarting daemons on Centos 6.8 minimal

I just began installing Tenable Security Center Log Correlation Engine (LCE) for my firewall. I'm using Check Point R77.30. I followed the guide down to creating opsec keys "./opsec_putkey <IP Firewall>". After creating authkeys, I then try to restart the opsec service. But the problem is whenever I restart Opsec daemon, the authkeys that I created before had gone missing (or deleted).
So here's the sequence,
1. installed LCE OPSEC
2. installed Check Point R77.30
3. began putting key with cmd "./opsec_putkey <Check Point IP>"
4. authkeys created along with (CKP_mutex::__CkpReg_Mutex_, CKP_mutex::checkpoint_rand_mutex, CKP_shmem_._authkeys.C, CKP_shmem_._sslauthkeys.C, CKP_shmem_._sslsess.C)
5. rebooting the system, and those authkeys are still there
6. restarting the lce_opsec daemons service
7. authkeys gone

Any thought about why its gone? The authkeys was supposed to remain in the folder whenever restarting the service...
(I'm using centos minimal 6.8)

Thanks for the help,


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