One of our system is sending us an error email every 15 minutes:
In Userman.class.php line 143:
posix_getpgid() expects parameter 1 to be long, string given
userman [–syncall] [–sync SYNC] [–force] [–list]
It started this weekend to I guess that a module update might be causing this.
I already checked Userman [RuntimeException] Too many arguments
I already removed the cron job in /var/spool/cron/asterisk and re-installed userman
I can reproduce the error by running /usr/sbin/fwconsole userman --syncall -q
Userman is at version 220.127.116.11 and FreePBX is at 14.0.11
Upgrade User Management to 14.0.5 with:
fwconsole ma upgrade userman --edge
If the issue persists, open a bug report: http://issues.freepbx.org/
I need FreePBX 14.0.12 or higher. I will install it later to avoid interrupting any service.
In the meantime, if I downgrade the module, will it work ?
Ok downgrading didn’t work but I found something else.
yum check-updates fails to run with a “no space left on device” message
/run/systemd/sessions is 100% full, with thousands of asterisk sessions
Is there a way to safely delete them ? Do I reload asterisk, reboot, other ?
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