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Crucible shutdown during full index

We had a null pointer exception the other day in Crucible which seemed to indicate a corrupt index.  We cleared the cache directory and restarted Crucible which launched a full scan/index.   After about 8 hours scanning the largest repo, there's a shutdown request in the log.  What would be causing a shutdown during the scan?  We've restarted twice and the same thing happens.  After about 8 hours, it shuts down.  Please help. 

 

2016-05-05 01:08:36,132 INFO [Thread-1 ] fisheye ShutdownService-stopImpl - Shutdown requested
2016-05-05 01:08:37,213 INFO [InitPing2 DEV ] fisheye BaseRepositoryScanner-ping - done slurp for /DEV time = 26495758ms
2016-05-05 01:08:37,897 INFO [Thread-1 ] / ContextHandler$Context-log - org.tuckey.web.filters.urlrewrite.UrlRewriteFilter INFO: destroy called

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There are few ways to stop FishEye: one can use stop.sh script, use UI (Admin / System Settings / Shutdown) or send TERM signal to the JVM.  I'd suggest enabling Debug mode on (Admin / Server / Turn Debug on) so you may find more details what is the source of this shutdown request.


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