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Health check ok in web-gui but not in /var/log/messages

Running a Health Check in web GUI givs everything ok. But when I check /var/log/messages on the CentOS server, I can see once every hour:

Mar 7 03:59:06 confluence1 portal-tag 2022-03-07 03:59:05,196 WARN [Caesium-1-1] [troubleshooting.healthcheck.concurrent.SupportHealthCheckProcess] lambda$getCompletedStatuses$0 Health check 'Security Vulnerabilities' failed with severity 'warning': 'This application version is affected by one or more security vulnerabilities. Read the published advisories to find out what action you need to take.'

How come this info does not show in web? And how do we fix it? 

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Daniel Ebers Community Leader Aug 18, 2022

Hi @Peter Lingsberg

welcome to the Atlassian Community!

Just one idea that comes to mind is if the corresponding check could be disable in UI?

This page talks more about the switch to enable/disable checks: https://confluence.atlassian.com/support/instance-health-790796828.html

Regards,
Daniel

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