Error 503 Service temporarily down timeout issue or cert. error?

Hi
Recently updated the Parrot OS after an win update, shutdown my VM - Logging into openVAS iam not able to continue with scans that are halted. i get Error 503.
I am able to log in fine, but i can not start a new task or resume.

I tried different methods from the community, like cert. ( i could not get openvas-mkcert :command not found)
But i tried w/ openvas-manage-cert w/ -E and -L. updated the scanner. But still there are some issues.

I have been looking at the issue and looking to the different methods, but nothing is going “my way”

what i have pulled out from starting the service

Starting service:
“Job for openvas-scanner.service failed because a timeout was exceeded.”
“See “systemctl status openvas-scanner.service” and “journalctl -xe” for details”
“Dec 02 11:34:53 parrot systemd[1]: Failed to start Open Vulnerability Assessment System Scanner Daemon.”
“ERROR: OpenVAS Scanner is NOT running!”
“FIX: Start OpenVAS Scanner (openvassd).” how do you do that ?

gsad.log
sad main:WARNING:2019-12-02 10h02.36 CET:1874: MHD: Error: received handshake message out of context
gsad main:WARNING:2019-12-02 10h02.36 CET:1874: MHD: Error: received handshake message out of context

systemctl status:
openvas-manager.service - Open Vulnerability Assessment System Manager Daemon
Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/openvas-manager.service; static; vendor preset: disabled)
Active: active (running) since Mon 2019-12-02 11:33:23 CET; 25min ago
Docs: man:openvasmd(8)

Process: 13309 ExecStart=/usr/sbin/openvasmd --listen=127.0.0.1 --port=9390 --database=/var/lib/openvas/mgr/tasks.db (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
Main PID: 13311 (openvasmd)
Tasks: 1 (limit: 4645)
Memory: 121.5M
CGroup: /system.slice/openvas-manager.service
└─13311 openvasmd

Dec 02 11:33:23 parrot systemd[1]: Starting Open Vulnerability Assessment System Manager Daemon…
Dec 02 11:33:23 parrot systemd[1]: openvas-manager.service: Can’t open PID file /run/openvasmd.pid (yet?) after start: No such file or directory
Dec 02 11:33:23 parrot systemd[1]: Started Open Vulnerability Assessment System Manager Daemon.

openvas-scanner.service - Open Vulnerability Assessment System Scanner Daemon
Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/openvas-scanner.service; static; vendor preset: disabled)
Active: failed (Result: timeout) since Mon 2019-12-02 11:34:53 CET; 24min ago
Docs: man:openvassd(8)

Process: 13310 ExecStart=/usr/sbin/openvassd --unix-socket=/var/run/openvassd.sock (code=killed, signal=TERM)

Dec 02 11:33:23 parrot systemd[1]: Starting Open Vulnerability Assessment System Scanner Daemon…
Dec 02 11:34:53 parrot systemd[1]: openvas-scanner.service: start operation timed out. Terminating.
Dec 02 11:34:53 parrot systemd[1]: openvas-scanner.service: Failed with result ‘timeout’.
Dec 02 11:34:53 parrot systemd[1]: Failed to start Open Vulnerability Assessment System Scanner Daemon.

i dont know if this is an oudated version of openVAS and iam not sure how to update it in Parrot OS.

Greenbone Security Assistant 7.0.3
gvm: (‘gvmd --version’) could not get this
OpenVAS Scanner 5.1.3
gvm-libs:

Linux parrot 5.3.0-3parrot3-amd64 #1 SMP Parrot 5.3.9-3parrot3 (2019-11-23) x86_64 GNU/Linux

Thank you for bringing Parrot OS to my attention.
Program renewals in Parrot work via apt because it also is a debian system. Of course, it only works if the Parrot maintainers do a good job.
I suppose I bug filed here: https://community.parrotlinux.org/c/support/ might do some good to other people who might have similar problems, because it could signal something to the relevant maintainers.
(They also seem to use the Discourse forum software, so no change to this forum.)
You could look around a bit on this site to find out the current versions, there is a lot of development going on. The search function might help to quickly locate the current info.
I suppose that Parrot as a security services minded distribution is for people who have a minimum of basic networking, distributions and software development knowledge, so finding one’s way around is a very useful faculty to acquire oneself.

This is since versions no longer supported. Right now you need only a certificate for the GSA to speak HTTPS the rest is using file sockets for security reasons and no longer TCP/IP Sockets.

I guess the best way is to contact your package maintainer from your OS and ask him how to do this on your distribution.