Vera frequent Restarts - how to find?

What does it look like in the Logs when Vera forces a Restart?
I thought it was “JobHandler_LuaUPnP::Reload:” but the log is only showing 1 and I’ve had 14 restarts today between 6am and 3pm.

Vera support says PLEG is causing it - but I’m not able to see, and of course, they went silent when I asked then where they are seeing this.

thanks for the help

here’s the log lines around the Reload…

35 04/23/17 14:17:45.067 LuaInterface::CallFunction_Timer func:checkMode device:583 <0x70c72520> 10 04/23/17 14:17:45.068 AlarmManager::AddRelativeAlarm current time 1492978665 delay 10 type 7 <0x70c72520> 10 04/23/17 14:17:45.076 AlarmManager::AddAbsoluteAlarm alarm 0x22d5050 entry 0x2dff090 id 1 type 7 param=0x424cb10 entry->when: 1492978675 time: 1492978665 bCancelFirst 0=0 <0x70c72520> 31 04/23/17 14:17:45.077 AlarmManager::Run finish callback for alarm 0x22d5050 entry 0x3287720 type 7 id 0 param=0x3204248 entry->when: 1492978664 time: 1492978665 tnum: 0 slow 1 duration 0 <0x70c72520> 24 04/23/17 14:17:43.994 ZWaveSerial::Send woke up: ulTime 197992 ulTime_end 199993 TimeToWaitInMs 2000 m_pres (nil) m_preq (nil) status 0 <0x7647b520> 01 04/23/17 14:17:45.081 e[31;1mZWaveSerial::Send m_iFrameID 137 type 0x0 command 0x20 expected 2 got ack 0 response 0 request 0 failed to get at time 201081 start time 197992 wait 2000 ack 0 m_iSendsWithoutReceive 5e[0m <0x7647b520> 24 04/23/17 14:17:45.082 ZWaveSerial::m_pZWaveFrame_Sending_set this 0x19df438 m_p 0x7647a808 now (nil) <0x7647b520> 01 04/23/17 14:17:45.082 e[31;1mZWaveJobHandler::ConnectionIsValid failed twice result 3/(nil) exists 0e[0m <0x7647b520> 03 04/23/17 14:17:45.082 JobHandler_LuaUPnP::Reload: rwee reset Critical 0 m_bCriticalOnly 0 dirty data 1 <0x7647b520> 31 04/23/17 14:17:43.100 AlarmManager::Run 0xffd9d8 notified of a change entry 0x4205f18 id 818 deleted 0 <0x76a7b520> 31 04/23/17 14:17:45.084 AlarmManager::Run callback for alarm 0xffd9d8 entry 0x4205f18 type 52 id 818 param=0x2a6aec0 entry->when: 1492978663 time: 1492978665 tnum: 1 slow 0 tardy 2 <0x76a7b520>

Look for the Ergy plugin and, if it’s there, uninstall it. I never installed it, but it was on my system. As soon as I got rid of it, my restarts disappeared…

I don’t see it under Apps… and when I choose ‘Energy’ tab there is only button that says “Accept” – I don’t think it is installed.

If you don’t see it, it’s either not there or it’s hidden somehow. I never installed it and I didn’t see it until support told me it was there. Wish I could have helped, but if you can’t see it…