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    Default stats changed from running to stopped

    i read many forum posts but none may help in any ways

    Code:
    grep "stats changed" zimbra.log
    Sep 24 17:41:25 zimbra zimbramon[9379]: 9379:err: Service status change: zimbra.domain.com stats changed from running to stopped
    Sep 25 23:04:17 zimbra zimbramon[9379]: 9379:err: Service status change: zimbra.domain.com stats changed from stopped to running
    Sep 25 23:05:31 zimbra zimbramon[9379]: 9379:err: Service status change: zimbra.domain.com stats changed from running to stopped
    Sep 29 16:10:02 zimbra zimbramon[9379]: 9379:err: Service status change: zimbra.domain.com stats changed from stopped to running
    Sep 29 16:11:17 zimbra zimbramon[9379]: 9379:err: Service status change: zimbra.domain.com stats changed from running to stopped
    Sep 29 23:35:56 zimbra zimbramon[9379]: 9379:err: Service status change: zimbra.domain.com stats changed from stopped to running
    Sep 29 23:37:10 zimbra zimbramon[9379]: 9379:err: Service status change: zimbra.domain.com stats changed from running to stopped
    Sep 30 02:16:50 zimbra zimbramon[9379]: 9379:err: Service status change: zimbra.domain.com stats changed from stopped to running
    Sep 30 02:19:19 zimbra zimbramon[9379]: 9379:err: Service status change: zimbra.domain.com stats changed from running to stopped
    [14:07:19 root@zimbra /var/log ]#
    2 questions:
    1. how can i get rid of these stats stopping
    2. how can i restart stats service w/out zmcontrol stop/start, starting only this service?



    tia
    Maurizio
    Last edited by maumar; 09-30-2008 at 06:48 AM.

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    A few days ago i had same problem, my zimbra :

    6.0.1_GA_1816.RHEL5_20090911181524 CentOS5 FOSS edition.

    SMTP notification: Oct 8 10:09:12 mx2 zimbramon[14291]: 14291:err: Service status change: mx2.dipekso.info stats changed from running to stopped
    SNMP notification: Oct 8 10:09:12 mx2 zimbramon[14291]: 14291:err: Service status change: mx2.dipekso.info stats changed from running to stopped


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    Quote Originally Posted by maumar View Post
    how can i restart stats service w/out zmcontrol stop/start, starting only this service?
    Try "zmstatctl stop" then "zmstatctl start". My stats service has stopped occasionally but running that seems to start it back up. There is probably a bug for this somewhere...

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    Bug 40861 - zmstat-allprocs stops running on 6.0
    is the bug, and the fix will be in 6.0.2

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    Hello all,
    I'm runnig 6.04 and I get a stats stop running. then it's impossible to start the admin console (are these 2 problems linked ? ).

    thanks for your help

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    mail zimbramon[8991]: 8991:err: Service status change: domain.com logger changed from running to stopped.

    I ran zmstatctl status; and everything seems to be working fine. please what does this error message mean if every other thing seems to be working fine. And how do I correct this

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