I am not certain what category to put this in, so I apologize ahead of time if I made a mistake.
I am one of several admins in a Minecraft community. We run MineOS TurnKey in a virtual machine, with several Spigot servers connected to a BungeeCord server. For a couple of months now, we have had constant, yet inconsistently timed, crashes in all of our Spigot servers that leave no errors in the servers’ logs, but leave hs_err_pid###.log files in the servers’ folders. The owner recently moved the servers to a brand new VM with a fresh installation of MineOS, yet we still have crashes. More recently, we had a couple of crashes in the BungeeCord server as well, after I tried restarting it. And now the servers left a few replay_pid####.log files too. Suspecting that a plugin was causing the crashes, I tried making a fresh test Spigot server without plugins, and it crashed today with no players on. To make matters worse, the entire VM has crashed a few times this past month or did not return after a reboot, which is a major problem since admins cannot restart the machine remotely. I am not sure if these issues are interrelated.
Here are some recent logs:
hs_err_pid17248.log 9/2/2015 9:44:14 PM from BungeeCord:
hs_err_pid2834.log 9/3/2015 8:55:38 AM from our Towny_New server:
hs_err_pid2963.log 9/3/2015 7:01:58 PM from our Hub server:
hs_err_pid3063.log 9/5/2015 8:48:13 PM from our Test server:
(The replay_pid####.log files are too large for pastebin.)
I don’t know of any logs for the VM or OS.
Even if the issues are not caused by MineOS necessarily, I would appreciate any insight or advice or diagnostic methods that could shed some light on this mystery. Perhaps we have overlooked some crash logs for MineOS? Or is there information in these logs that I missed? Thank you for your time.