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Long update time - failure on SQLLite

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  1. talexander

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    I am trying to update an old host form 11.34.1 to 11.38.1 (WHM). Currently it has been running for about 40 minutes with the following behaviour:

    Fetching http://cpan.ip.pt/authors/id/S/ST/STRO/CPAN-SQLite-0.203.tar.gz (connected:0).......(request attempt 1/12)...Resolving cpan.ip.pt...(resolve attempt 1/65)......connecting to 195.23.131.73.....Timeout on connect.....Unable to connect to host: 195.23.131.73......removing 195.23.131.73......Failed

    While before these it had the following:

    [20130801.151134] [22104] ./CPAN-SQLite-0.203/README
    [20130801.151134] [22104] ! Bad archive: CPAN-SQLite-0.203.tar.gz
    [20130801.151134] [22104] ! Failed to unpack CPAN-SQLite-0.203.tar.gz: no directory
    [20130801.151134] [22104] Fetching http://cpan.cpantesters.org///authors/id/S/ST/STRO/CPAN-SQLite-0.203.tar.gz ..

    Is there something I should try to force this server along? dont want to end up making it worse than it already is etc.

    Regards

    Tim
     
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    Thanks for this. Apologies for not searching harder.

    is there a way to stop the update that I started from the WHM webpage? Or do I just logout of WHM?

    Think I found it at the bottom of your link. Thanks again
     
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    Getting the follwoing now after running the cpan command when I try and update:

    cPanel scripts/maintenance is already running. Please wait for the previous scripts/maintenance to complete, or kill off all scripts/maintenance processes and try again.

    Guessing I still have an update running. Are there any other process to check apart from upcp?
     
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    You can search for existing cPanel update processes with commands such as:

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    ps auxf
    ps aux|grep upcp
    You can manually kill the processes to stop the update. EX:

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    kill -9 PID
    Thank you.
     
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