If you ran across my previous post about disabling the Proxmox no subscription pop-up, you might also be wondering why you get an alert on the console regarding the scheduled update job. The reason that this shows up is that the apt-get update job returns an error code for one of the Proxmox Enterprise repos.
The fix is relatively simple, just reconfigure your sources.list.d contents to not have the pve-enterprise repo, but instead to have the pve-no-subscription repos enabled instead. The wiki has a nice article on the various package repos used for Proxmox.
Please note that the entry for the pve-no-subscription repo merges the sources.list and the sources.list.d file into one.
The initial scan can take as long as 24 hours to be generated, however that all depends on the size of the site being scanned. The cookie categories and reports are automatically created for you, however you can also customize the panel with custom cookies and categories, as well customizing the CSS to control the look and feel of the panel. I choose to start out with defaults only. The image to the right is what my site looks like after the initial report was generated.
I also received a report in the inbox configured for the account with details on what was found in the scan and which cookies were treated as falling into the pre-defined categories. For example, the scan found two cookies that were designated as necessary for the site to function. There were also items found in the preferences and statistics categories.
While these two services are by no means the only ones out there, I found them to be the easiest and simplest to implement.
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