We're also including CPANEL-8634 with cPanel version 58. A new build is tentatively scheduled for publication today, and I'll update this thread once it's released.Hello,
To update, internal case CPANEL-8634 will address this issue in cPanel version 60 by ensuring the EPEL repository is disabled when invoking YUM from within cPanel. Note that EPEL is currently not a supported repository, and can cause unforeseen issues when enabled.
So any news on the release?Hello @twhiting9275,
Thank you for the valued feedback. To clarify, the resolution associated with CPANEL-8634 won't permanently disable the EPEL YUM repo on a server. Instead, the change will only temporarily disable the EPEL repo when invoking YUM from within cPanel. This addresses the issue, while also allowing for the continued use of the custom repo. There's also discussion in this case of officially supporting EPEL, but that's not something we'd be able to implement right away due to the testing required to determine all of the existing incompatibilities.
Currently, the issue is addressed in cPanel version 59 (development build for cPanel version 60):
Fixed case CPANEL-8634: Perform cPanel YUM calls with EPEL disabled.
I'll update this thread again once the resolution is published to cPanel version 58.
Hello,So any news on the release?
this will fix your Problem only until next update.
Add the line:
to /etc/yum.repos.d/epel.repo like this:
name=Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 6 - $basearch
This fixed it for me.
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