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Every day during upcp update

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sexy_guy, May 22, 2003.

  1. sexy_guy

    sexy_guy Well-Known Member

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    If you have your compilers disabled, cpanel will consider them broken and attempt to fix the problem.

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    Shouldnt matter. RPM's are not compiled when installed.

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    Same problem. Keeps running the same updates every night.

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    That's not the point, during the upcp execution it runs a script called checkccompiler; if it can't compile a test file it assumes the compilers are broken, downloads the rpm, and attempts to install them again.

    You can see this yourself by doing:

    chmod 000 /usr/bin/*cc*
    /scripts/upcp


    You'll see it attempts to download glibc-devel every time.

    Now chmod 755 (or 700) /usr/bin/*cc* and run upcp again; you'll notice this doesn't happen.


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    #5 nuclear, May 24, 2003
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    Let me see if I have the same issue.

    ==> Requesting id...done.
    ==> Attempting to find out what the latest version is...done.
    ==> Checking to see if you have the latest version.....Compare: Cpanel-6.4.2-STABLE_6-Linux-i686-glibc-2.1 != Cpanel-6.4.2-RELEASE_5-Linux-i686-glibc-2.1.3-21/20.2mdk
    Nope! You have 6.4.2-RELEASE_5
    ==> Fetching the main installation program; please be patient...done.
    ==> Cleaning up temporary files...done.
    ==> Running installer...
    ==> Verifying archive integrity...OK
    ==> Uncompressing Cpanel-6.4.2-STABLE_6...........................................
    ==> Installing.......-\|/-\|/-\|/-\|/-\|/-\|/-\|/-\|/-\|/-\|/-\|/-
    ==> Running post install scripts....rsync

    Then it tells me to close WHM so it can restart.

    This happens every night or when I run upcp from WHM.

    Is this the same issue you are talking about?

    Thanks!

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    Looks like it's changing from the RELEASE tree to the STABLE tree... what does your /etc/cpupdated.conf have in it?

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    #8 sqsisa, May 24, 2003
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