During updating from mysql 5.6 to MariaDB 10.3 I got these errors...

2Pro4u

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These errors:
ERROR : alt-python27 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-python37 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-php55 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-php70 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-php54 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-php56 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-php52 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-php44 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-php53 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-php51 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-ea-php52 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : alt-ea-php51 reconfiguration is failed

Should I be concerned? I believe these are the alt-versioning that allows me to switch between different php versions on-the-fly. I've tested switch php on some of the sites, and as far as the GUI is concerned, cpanel visually shows that the php version has been switched. If that's the case, should I not be worried that these lines, DURING the installation, showed in the cpanel auto-scrolling log?

I'm running cloudlinux as well, and I'm wondering if it was some conflict, as from what I can tell, since last time I checked, it looks like cpanel has started supporting multiple versions of php as well, and switching to them, as now I have options to use cpanels or cloudlinux's php "versioning".
 

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Hey there! This warning comes from the /usr/bin/alt-mysql-reconfigure script on the system. If you aren't experiencing any problems with the sites you can ignore this error, but I have seen a few different causes. One of the most common ones is that CageFS needs to be updated, which you can do by running the following command:

Code:
cagefsctl -M
Could you try that to see if that resolves the errors you're seeing? You can confirm if that fixed the issue by running the following command again:

Code:
/usr/bin/alt-mysql-reconfigure
 

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Nope, when running that 2nd line, I still get a similar error that appeared in the scrolling log:

ERROR : mysqli.so is not found. Please install alt-php71-mariadb103 package
ERROR : mysqli.so is not found. Please install alt-php71-mariadb101 package
ERROR : mysqli.so is not found. Please install alt-php71-mariadb5.1 package
ERROR : mysqli.so is not found. Please install alt-php71-mysql5.0 package
ERROR : mysqli.so is not found. Please install alt-php71-mariadb103 package
ERROR : alt-php71 reconfiguration is failed
ERROR : mysqli.so is not found. Please install alt-php73-mariadb103 package
ERROR : mysqli.so is not found. Please install alt-php73-mariadb101 package
ERROR : mysqli.so is not found. Please install alt-php73-mariadb5.1 package
ERROR : mysqli.so is not found. Please install alt-php73-mysql5.0 package
ERROR : mysqli.so is not found. Please install alt-php73-mariadb103 package
ERROR : alt-php73 reconfiguration is failed
 

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I'm sorry to hear that didn't take care of that issue. it might be best to open a ticket with our support team so we can check the machine directly and get you more details on what the issue may be. If you do that, could you please post the ticket number here so I can follow along and keep the community udpated?