This is a community forum and everyone here are volunteering, so there is no guaranteed response times or even any guarantee that you will receive a solution. One user asked for the Elasticsearch log files, which you have not provided. These often tell what is going on and are a vital tool when troubleshooting issues. The information you have provided so far is insufficient.
This is a community forum not commercial paid for support, it is staffed by volunteers.
All questions are equal, yours is no more important that anyone else's
There is no guarantee / SLA that your question will even be addressed.... because we are Volunteers
If you need dedicated support then you should engage in a commercial agreement.
I am @stephenb I am a moderator, I work for Elastic as a Solutions Architect and I am a Volunteer on this site, and have answered 100s of questions as a volunteer.
You would like your question answered and yet you were rude to one of our most dedicated volunteers @Christian_Dahlqvist that was just explaining that this is a community forum.
This is a polite community, perhaps you should review our code of conduct here
Finally you want an answer to your question but you have not provided enough details.
Please provide your startup logs, as the answer to your question is most likely there
It looks like you are using systemctl so you should be able to get logs with sudo journalctl --unit elasticsearch