My openvas9-scanner is outdated (5.1.2) so I upgraded it to (5.1.3) using command
sudo apt install openvas9-scanner.
No error during and after the upgrade but when I try to do
to verify if it is upgraded I get this error openvassd: symbol lookup error: openvassd: undefined symbol: nvticache_count
This is the version of my openvas9-manager - 7.0.3-1
I already restarted my machine and rebuild the database.
GSA is still accessible but encountered a 503 error which is I’am solving right now.
What could be the problem with this?
The provider of the packages (most of the time your distribution) did something wrong. Such issues can be avoided by settings the correct dependencies in the packages. Therefore you should report this issue to the authors of your openvas packages.
Latest openvas-scanner needs to be linked against the latest release of openvas-libraries. We (the Greenbone developers) can’t do anything to improve your situation. You need updated and fixed packages.