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You need to have a stanza dedicated to Zimbra. Your syntax is all wrong. Read the configurations examples section of the Monit documentation. You'll want something like: check process zimbra with pidfile "/var/run/zimbra.pid" start program = "/sbin/service zimbra start" stop program = "/sbin/service zimbra stop"
As Michael Hampton has commented on your post, I'd bet that your firewall (iptables) is blocking your traffic. Either disable it (systemctl disable firewalld), or tell it to allow traffic on port 80 (firewall-cmd --add-service=http).
Regarding your log and your pastebin, it seems to be an automated attempt to test for remote code execution vulnerability. 1) The file a2.png may not be a malware. The hacker want only test if he can access the folder and upload in it a file. If successful, this can signify the hacker that he can execute code and traverse the system folders. 2) Your log ...
Using tmux/Screen would be a more preferable way instead of nohup. You can always reattach the terminal, in case you loose the connection. For the file transfer itself I would recommend using SSH+Rsync. Rsync can resume files transfers, and it will be encrypted too. Try something like: rsync -av --partial server1:/my/dir server2:/this/dir
Your disk is indeed full, shown by the 100% used stat for /dev/xvda1, I've edited your question to include the output headers for the df command. You need to clear space on your disk for your logs to continue.
You copied your firewall from somewhere on the Internet, but apparently without fully reading and understanding it. Consider this section: # Allow ping # note that blocking other types of icmp packets is considered a bad idea by some # remove -m icmp --icmp-type 8 from this line to allow all kinds of icmp: # ...
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