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LFD Stops every morning

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  1. benito

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    Hello! I already posted this on the CSF forum, just trying look here because this forum is more active.

    Since the last week my CSF install stops in the morning, all mornings at 3.35AM. I cannot find why and it does not restart by itself. I start manually and runs all day without problem until next morning.

    In the Logs i see this:

    Nov 27 03:25:20 emma lfd[46870]: iptables appears to have been flushed - running *csf startup*...
    Nov 27 03:25:25 emma lfd[46870]: csf startup completed
    Nov 27 03:25:25 emma lfd[146147]: *Error* csf reported an error (see /etc/csf/csf.error). *lfd stopped*, at line 7106
    Nov 27 03:25:25 emma lfd[146147]: daemon stopped
    Nov 27 03:25:30 emma lfd[46870]: *Error* pid mismatch or missing, at line 907
    Nov 27 03:25:30 emma lfd[46870]: daemon stopped

    The file /etc/csf/csf.error does not exist so i can't look further.

    In WHM services i have the two columns check, also i got tons of those emails:

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    Any clue where i need to look?

    Thanks
     
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    Check here, bottom of list, to make sure it's enabled and being checked:
    WebHost Manager »Service Configuration »Service Manager

    I think if it was me, I might remove and reinstall CSF from scratch to rule out any issues with the existing install. You can read how to remove it in the readme.
     
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    Thanks, i reinstalled CSF already a couple of days ago and the services manager are all check too.
     
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