SCCM Automatic Deployment Rules - Fail to copy to distribution points

I'm having some trouble in my SCCM environment. I setup A automatic Deployment Rule in my software Updates. Sometimes when i go in and view the deployment package, I see that it failed to copy to the distribution point. Now if i delete the automatic deployment rule and recreate it, it copies just fine. I don't want to keep doing this each time it fails. The deployment rule is for the Endpoint definition updates. I can create other Deployment Packages just fine.. This problem is only happening with the Automatic Deployment Rules. I attached the screenshot of the Evaluation Schedule as well as the PkgXferMgr log.
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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
Please upload PkgXferMgr log.
AnthonySmithMCPAuthor Commented:
I attched the pic of my log
Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
Sorry but it hard to work from a picture alone.
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AnthonySmithMCPAuthor Commented:
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AnthonySmithMCPAuthor Commented:
I found that the update interval was set to run too often. I lowered it from every 6hrs to once a day and it stopped failing

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