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I have a client machine and a server; I configured nagios on client to send alert on server to monitor that everything is working fine but suddenly the client stops sending alerts to the server -- on the server side everything is ok but when I checked on client logs I found this:

    Local time is Thu Jun 28 01:55:21 EDT 2012
[1340862921] LOG VERSION: 2.0
[1340862921] Finished daemonizing... (New PID=11496)
[1340863401] Warning: comment_file variable ignored.  Comments are now stored in the status and retention files.
[1340863401] Warning: downtime_file variable ignored.  Downtime entries are now stored in the status and retention files.
[1340863401] Warning: aggregate_status_updates directive ignored.  All status file updates are now aggregated.
[1340863401] Nagios 3.2.1 starting... (PID=11783)
[1340863401] Local time is Thu Jun 28 02:03:21 EDT 2012
[1340863401] LOG VERSION: 2.0
[1340863401] Finished da^C

     Local time is Thu Jun 28 01:55:21 EDT 2012
[1340862921] LOG VERSION: 2.0
[1340862921] Finished daemonizing... (New PID=11496)
[1340863401] Warning: comment_file variable ignored.  Comments are now stored in the status and retention files.
[1340863401] Warning: downtime_file variable ignored.  Downtime entries are now stored in the status and retention files.
[1340863401] Warning: aggregate_status_updates directive ignored.  All status file updates are now aggregated.
[1340863401] Nagios 3.2.1 starting... (PID=11783)
[1340863401] Local time is Thu Jun 28 02:03:21 EDT 2012
[1340863401] LOG VERSION: 2.0
[1340863401] Finished da^C

Can anybody tell me what the problem might be?

I also find

STIGTERM shutting down

What does that mean?

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Please don't cross-post, your questions is probably better placed here anyways (or on serverfault?)... –  sr_ Jun 28 '12 at 7:49
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