Failed to start tailwatchd. Unit tailwatchd.service entered failed state.

Failed to start tailwatchd.

Unit tailwatchd.service entered failed state. 

tailwatchd.service failed.

tailwatchd has failed. Contact your system administrator if the service does not automagically recover.


This can often occur when multiple instances of tailwatchd are running. Perform the following via SSH:

ps aux | grep tailwatchd
kill -9 #

Where # will be all the processes listed. Once the processes are all killed perform:
/bin/systemctl restart  tailwatchd.service
or
service tailwatchd restart

 

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