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    Hello,

    I have installed Cpanel on my Proxmox (LXC)


    My question and what are the changes I must make on my VM?


    I have to change the kernel 4.15.17-3-pve?

    Do you think that and stable?

    On the whm I have this message : You must reboot the server to apply software updates.

    Thanks you !
     
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    I have already made this change, despite that the message remains present ..

    "You must reboot the server to apply software updates."
     
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    Hello @jimmy57000,

    Have you already rebooted the container? If so, it's likely the issue relates to the information on the following post:

    You must reboot the server to apply software updates

    Let me know if that post helps.

    Thank you.
     
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    I have already installed the container 3 times .. :(

    Thanks !
     
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    Hello,

    Were you able to review the thread linked in my previous response? If so, can you confirm which Operating Systems are installed on the VPS host node and the individual container?

    Thank you.
     
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    Hello,

    Yes

    Node: Proxmox V5 (Based on Debian Stretch 9.0)
    Container: Based on Centos 7
     
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    The issue here is that your host node uses Debian. Thus, the system_needs_reboot WHM API 1 function is likely reporting information from the host node instead of the container itself due to an incompatibility between the container's operating system and the host node's operating system or virtualization software. The solution to this is to reinstall the OS on the node itself so that it uses CentOS instead of Debian. Otherwise, you'll need to contact the Proxmox support team to report that the CentOS /usr/bin/needs-restarting application is reporting information about the host node instead of the individual container to see if there's a solution.

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