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  1.  * Stopping Send an event to indicate plymouth is up[ OK ]
  2.  * Starting Read required files in advance[ OK ]
  3.  * Starting Mount filesystems on boot[ OK ]
  4.  * Starting Fix-up sensitive /proc filesystem entries[ OK ]
  5.  * Starting Populate /dev filesystem[ OK ]
  6.  * Starting Populate and link to /run filesystem[ OK ]
  7.  * Stopping Fix-up sensitive /proc filesystem entries[ OK ]
  8.  * Stopping Populate /dev filesystem[ OK ]
  9.  * Stopping Populate and link to /run filesystem[ OK ]
  10.  * Stopping Track if upstart is running in a container[ OK ]
  11.  * Starting mount available cgroup filesystems[ OK ]
  12.  * Starting Signal sysvinit that the rootfs is mounted[ OK ]
  13.  * Starting Clean /tmp directory[ OK ]
  14.  * Stopping Read required files in advance (for other mountpoints)[ OK ]
  15.  * Starting Initialize or finalize resolvconf[ OK ]
  16.  * Starting set console keymap[ OK ]
  17.  * Starting Signal sysvinit that virtual filesystems are mounted[ OK ]
  18.  * Starting Signal sysvinit that virtual filesystems are mounted[ OK ]
  19.  * Starting set sysctls from /etc/sysctl.conf[ OK ]
  20.  * Starting Bridge udev events into upstart[ OK ]
  21.  * Starting Signal sysvinit that remote filesystems are mounted[ OK ]
  22.  * Starting device node and kernel event manager[ OK ]
  23.  * Stopping set sysctls from /etc/sysctl.conf[ OK ]
  24.  * Stopping set console keymap[ OK ]
  25.  * Starting load modules from /etc/modules[ OK ]
  26.  * Starting cold plug devices[ OK ]
  27.  * Starting log initial device creation[ OK ]
  28.  * Stopping load modules from /etc/modules[ OK ]
  29.  * Starting Uncomplicated firewall[ OK ]
  30.  * Starting set console font[ OK ]
  31.  * Stopping set console font[ OK ]
  32.  * Starting userspace bootsplash[ OK ]
  33.  * Starting Send an event to indicate plymouth is up[ OK ]
  34.  * Stopping Send an event to indicate plymouth is up[ OK ]
  35.  * Starting configure network device security[ OK ]
  36.  * Starting configure network device security[ OK ]
  37.  * Starting configure network device security[ OK ]
  38.  * Stopping userspace bootsplash[ OK ]
  39.  * Starting configure network device security[ OK ]
  40.  * Starting configure network device security[ OK ]
  41.  * Starting configure network device[ OK ]
  42.  * Starting configure network device[ OK ]
  43.  * Starting Mount network filesystems[ OK ]
  44.  * Starting Upstart job to start rpcbind on boot only[ OK ]
  45.  * Stopping Upstart job to start rpcbind on boot only[ OK ]
  46.  * Stopping Mount network filesystems[ OK ]
  47.  * Starting Bridge socket events into upstart[ OK ]
  48.  * Stopping cold plug devices[ OK ]
  49.  * Stopping log initial device creation[ OK ]
  50.  * Starting RPC portmapper replacement[ OK ]
  51.  * Starting NSM status monitor[ OK ]
  52.  * Starting configure network device[ OK ]
  53.  * Starting Mount network filesystems[ OK ]
  54.  * Starting configure network device[ OK ]
  55.  * Stopping Mount network filesystems[ OK ]
  56.  * Starting Mount network filesystems[ OK ]
  57.  * Starting configure network device[ OK ]
  58.  * Stopping Mount network filesystems[ OK ]
  59.  * Stopping Clean /tmp directory[ OK ]
  60.  * Starting Signal sysvinit that local filesystems are mounted[ OK ]
  61.  * Starting configure network device security[ OK ]
  62.  * Stopping Mount filesystems on boot[ OK ]
  63.  * Starting flush early job output to logs[ OK ]
  64.  * Starting save udev log and update rules[ OK ]
  65.  * Stopping Failsafe Boot Delay[ OK ]
  66.  * Starting System V initialisation compatibility[ OK ]
  67.  * Stopping flush early job output to logs[ OK ]
  68.  * Stopping save udev log and update rules[ OK ]
  69.  * Starting configure virtual network devices[ OK ]
  70.  * Stopping rpcsec_gss daemon[ OK ]
  71.  * Starting Bridge file events into upstart[ OK ]
  72.  * Starting NFSv4 id <-> name mapper[ OK ]
  73.  * Starting system logging daemon[ OK ]
  74. Skipping profile in /etc/apparmor.d/disable: usr.sbin.rsyslogd
  75.  * Starting AppArmor profiles       
  76. [ OK ]
  77.  * Setting up X socket directories...       
  78. [ OK ]
  79.  * Starting D-Bus system message bus[ OK ]
  80.  * Stopping System V initialisation compatibility[ OK ]
  81.  * Starting System V runlevel compatibility[ OK ]
  82.  * Starting save kernel messages[ OK ]
  83.  * Starting automatic crash report generation[ OK ]
  84.  * Starting ACPI daemon[ OK ]
  85.  * Starting SystemD login management service[ OK ]
  86.  * Starting regular background program processing daemon[ OK ]
  87.  * Starting deferred execution scheduler[ OK ]
  88.  * Stopping save kernel messages[ OK ]
  89.  * Starting OpenSSH server[ OK ]
  90.  * Starting CPU interrupts balancing daemon[ OK ]
  91.  * Starting domain name service... bind9       
  92. [ OK ]
  93. Turning on process accounting, file set to '/var/log/account/pacct'.
  94.  * Done.
  95. Verifying Python version compatibility...
  96. Using python  /usr/bin/python
  97. Checking for previously running Ambari Agent...
  98.  * Starting Docker daemon[ OK ]
  99. Checking ambari-common dir...
  100. Starting ambari-agent
  101. Verifying ambari-agent process status...
  102. Ambari Agent successfully started
  103. Agent PID at: /run/ambari-agent/ambari-agent.pid
  104. Agent out at: /var/log/ambari-agent/ambari-agent.out
  105. Agent log at: /var/log/ambari-agent/ambari-agent.log
  106.  * Starting MySQL Server[ OK ]
  107.  * Starting configure network device security[ OK ]
  108.  * Starting configure network device[ OK ]
  109.  * Starting configure network device security[ OK ]
  110.  * Starting configure network device[ OK ]
  111.  * Starting Elasticsearch Server       
  112. [ OK ]
  113.  * Starting iwatch daemon iwatch       
  114. [ OK ]
  115.  * Starting Port-knock daemon knockd       
  116. [ OK ]
  117. Starting memcached: memcached.
  118. Starting OSSEC HIDS v2.8 (by Trend Micro Inc.)...
  119. Started ossec-dbd...
  120. Started ossec-maild...
  121. Started ossec-execd...
  122. Started ossec-analysisd...
  123. Started ossec-logcollector...
  124. Started ossec-remoted...
  125. Started ossec-syscheckd...
  126. Started ossec-monitord...
  127. Completed.
  128. Starting pmcd ...
  129.  * Starting Postfix Mail Transport Agent postfix       
  130. [ OK ]
  131. Starting redis-server: redis-server.
  132. rudder-agent: [INFO] Using /var/rudder/cfengine-community for CFEngine workdir
  133. rudder-agent: [INFO] Launching CFEngine Community cf-serverd...
  134. rudder-agent: [OK] CFEngine Community cf-serverd started after 1 seconds
  135. rudder-agent: [INFO] Launching CFEngine Community cf-execd...
  136. rudder-agent: [OK] CFEngine Community cf-execd started after 1 seconds
  137.  * Starting vnStat daemon vnstatd       
  138. [ OK ]
  139.  * Starting Zabbix agent zabbix_agentd       
  140. [ OK ]
  141.  * Starting NTP server ntpd       
  142. [ OK ]
  143. modprobe: FATAL: Module pf_ring not found.
  144. Uninstalling old pfring version
  145. Error! The module pfring 6.6.0 is not currently installed.
  146. This module is not currently ACTIVE for kernel 3.13.0-74-generic (x86_64).
  147. Error! There is no instance of pfring 6.6.0
  148. for kernel 3.13.0-74-generic (x86_64) located in the DKMS tree.
  149. Compiling new pfring driver
  150. Error! Your kernel headers for kernel 3.13.0-74-generic cannot be found.
  151. Please install the linux-headers-3.13.0-74-generic package,
  152. or use the --kernelsourcedir option to tell DKMS where it's located
  153. Installing new pfring driver
  154. Error! Your kernel headers for kernel 3.13.0-74-generic cannot be found.
  155. Please install the linux-headers-3.13.0-74-generic package,
  156. or use the --kernelsourcedir option to tell DKMS where it's located
  157. modprobe: FATAL: Module pf_ring not found.
  158.  * Unable to load PF_RING. Exiting
  159.  * Starting PF_RING module       
  160. [fail]
  161. Configuration directory /etc/cluster does not exist: quitting...
  162.  * Restoring resolver state...       
  163. [ OK ]
  164.  *
  165.  * ntopng already running. Quitting
  166.  * Starting ntopng       
  167. [fail]
  168.  * Starting daemon monitor monit       
  169. [ OK ]
  170.  * Stopping System V runlevel compatibility[ OK ]
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