Asterisk dead but subsys locked

After restarting the asterisk service in FreePBX command line the service now shows;

[email protected] ~]# service asterisk status
asterisk dead but subsys locked
[[email protected] ~]#

(The commands I used to restart was service asterisk restart)
I’m assuming that there’s a process thats stuck and or locked out but am unable to locate it. Also I am fairly new to linux and only recently have been put incharge of maintaining the phone system.

I’ve also started asterisk using; asterisk -vvvc with the below output;

Asterisk 13.18.2, Copyright © 1999 - 2014, Digium, Inc. and others.
Created by Mark Spencer [email protected]
Asterisk comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; type ‘core show warranty’ for details.
This is free software, with components licensed under the GNU General Public
License version 2 and other licenses; you are welcome to redistribute it under
certain conditions. Type ‘core show license’ for details.

[ Initializing Custom Configuration Options ]
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/asterisk.conf’: Found
Couldn’t find manager DBGet in XML documentation
Couldn’t find manager DBGet in XML documentation
== Manager registered action DBGet
Couldn’t find manager DBPut in XML documentation
Couldn’t find manager DBPut in XML documentation
== Manager registered action DBPut
Couldn’t find manager DBDel in XML documentation
Couldn’t find manager DBDel in XML documentation
== Manager registered action DBDel
Couldn’t find manager DBDelTree in XML documentation
Couldn’t find manager DBDelTree in XML documentation
== Manager registered action DBDelTree
PBX UUID: f846665d-a4e5-4879-8ab7-5b06f24da8f3
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘g723’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘1’
== Created cached format with name ‘g723’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘ulaw’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘2’
== Created cached format with name ‘ulaw’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘alaw’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘3’
== Created cached format with name ‘alaw’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘gsm’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘4’
== Created cached format with name ‘gsm’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘g726’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘5’
== Created cached format with name ‘g726’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘g726aal2’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘6’
== Created cached format with name ‘g726aal2’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘adpcm’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘7’
== Created cached format with name ‘adpcm’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘slin’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘8’
== Created cached format with name ‘slin’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘slin’ at sample rate ‘12000’ with id ‘9’
== Created cached format with name ‘slin12’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘slin’ at sample rate ‘16000’ with id ‘10’
== Created cached format with name ‘slin16’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘slin’ at sample rate ‘24000’ with id ‘11’
== Created cached format with name ‘slin24’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘slin’ at sample rate ‘32000’ with id ‘12’
== Created cached format with name ‘slin32’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘slin’ at sample rate ‘44100’ with id ‘13’
== Created cached format with name ‘slin44’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘slin’ at sample rate ‘48000’ with id ‘14’
== Created cached format with name ‘slin48’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘slin’ at sample rate ‘96000’ with id ‘15’
== Created cached format with name ‘slin96’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘slin’ at sample rate ‘192000’ with id ‘16’
== Created cached format with name ‘slin192’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘lpc10’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘17’
== Created cached format with name ‘lpc10’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘g729’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘18’
== Created cached format with name ‘g729’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘speex’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘19’
== Created cached format with name ‘speex’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘speex’ at sample rate ‘16000’ with id ‘20’
== Created cached format with name ‘speex16’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘speex’ at sample rate ‘32000’ with id ‘21’
== Created cached format with name ‘speex32’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘ilbc’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘22’
== Created cached format with name ‘ilbc’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘g722’ at sample rate ‘16000’ with id ‘23’
== Created cached format with name ‘g722’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘siren7’ at sample rate ‘16000’ with id ‘24’
== Created cached format with name ‘siren7’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘siren14’ at sample rate ‘32000’ with id ‘25’
== Created cached format with name ‘siren14’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘testlaw’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘26’
== Created cached format with name ‘testlaw’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘g719’ at sample rate ‘48000’ with id ‘27’
== Created cached format with name ‘g719’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘opus’ at sample rate ‘48000’ with id ‘28’
== Created cached format with name ‘opus’
== Registered ‘image’ codec ‘jpeg’ at sample rate ‘0’ with id ‘29’
== Created cached format with name ‘jpeg’
== Registered ‘image’ codec ‘png’ at sample rate ‘0’ with id ‘30’
== Created cached format with name ‘png’
== Registered ‘video’ codec ‘h261’ at sample rate ‘1000’ with id ‘31’
== Created cached format with name ‘h261’
== Registered ‘video’ codec ‘h263’ at sample rate ‘1000’ with id ‘32’
== Created cached format with name ‘h263’
== Registered ‘video’ codec ‘h263p’ at sample rate ‘1000’ with id ‘33’
== Created cached format with name ‘h263p’
== Registered ‘video’ codec ‘h264’ at sample rate ‘1000’ with id ‘34’
== Created cached format with name ‘h264’
== Registered ‘video’ codec ‘mpeg4’ at sample rate ‘1000’ with id ‘35’
== Created cached format with name ‘mpeg4’
== Registered ‘video’ codec ‘vp8’ at sample rate ‘1000’ with id ‘36’
== Created cached format with name ‘vp8’
== Registered ‘video’ codec ‘vp9’ at sample rate ‘1000’ with id ‘37’
== Created cached format with name ‘vp9’
== Registered ‘text’ codec ‘red’ at sample rate ‘0’ with id ‘38’
== Created cached format with name ‘red’
== Registered ‘text’ codec ‘t140’ at sample rate ‘0’ with id ‘39’
== Created cached format with name ‘t140’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘none’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘40’
== Created cached format with name ‘none’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘silk’ at sample rate ‘8000’ with id ‘41’
== Created cached format with name ‘silk8’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘silk’ at sample rate ‘12000’ with id ‘42’
== Created cached format with name ‘silk12’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘silk’ at sample rate ‘16000’ with id ‘43’
== Created cached format with name ‘silk16’
== Registered ‘audio’ codec ‘silk’ at sample rate ‘24000’ with id ‘44’
== Created cached format with name ‘silk24’
== Sorcery registered wizard ‘bucket’
== Sorcery registered wizard ‘bucket_file’
Cannot update type ‘bucket’ in module ‘core’ because it has no existing documentation!
Failed to register ‘bucket’ object type in Bucket sorcery
Bucket API initialization failed. ASTERISK EXITING!
== Manager unregistered action DBGet
== Manager unregistered action DBPut
== Manager unregistered action DBDel
== Manager unregistered action DBDelTree

Maybe related?

https://issues.asterisk.org/jira/browse/ASTERISK-25424

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