- The update will stop MySQL in order to perform the update. If sguild is running at the time, it will terminate as soon as MySQL stops. Once you've successfully completed the update and MySQL is back up and running, you should run the following on your Security Onion server to start sguild:
- When updating a Security Onion SENSOR (that sends its alerts to a separate Security Onion server), the update will try to start MySQL, but it will hang since port 3306 is already in use (being forwarded to the server over SSH). You can simply kill the startup since MySQL is currently not used on Security Onion sensors. On subsequent reboots, MySQL will startup, but when /etc/init/securityonion.conf executes, it will stop MySQL and bring up the SSH tunnel with port 3306 forwarded to the server.
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