UCP Node is not running

Is there another standard way to run ucp after a reboot than from the console?
fwconsole start ucp
FreePBX Utility 16.0.26
Debian 10.13

Check that you dont have a problem with Endpoint Manager support being expired. It prevents restapps from updating which often times causes problems with UCP.

Hmmm I don’t think so, because on Debian, no commercial module can be installed.

Maybe the issue comes from the NodeJS version. (Too hight).

I am using nodejs 11.15.0 because in FreePBX 16 for Debian 10, UCP is not compiled with nodejs 14.x
UCP is not installed

Of course I can add the command “fwconsole start ucp” to /etc/rc.local, but maybe there is a right way?

ucp_out.log after the command

2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: Starting FreePBX...
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: 28800000
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: 14400000
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: Result set finished
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: No more result sets!
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: FreePBX is Ready!
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: Asterisk version is: 16.28.0
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: Loading all UCP Modules...
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00:        Loading...conferencespro.js
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00:        Loading...ucphelloworld.js
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00:        Loading...xmpp.js
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: Done!
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: Server up and running at 8001 port
2022-12-19 08:14 +05:00: Secure Server up and running at 8003 port

You can try to get logs when you will run : fwconsole restart
The cmd line will stop and start the services.
Check if something looks wrong about UCP.

Try with v8.16.0 as installed on our FreePBX distribution, if that doesn’t work properly.

there are no errors and works with version 11 nodejs
I added “fwconsole start ucp” to the /etc/rc.local, checked that it works after reboot and leave it

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