New Fedora install won't upgrade to latest Stable build.

carock

Well-Known Member
Sep 25, 2002
266
9
168
St. Charles, MO
I'm trying to upgrade my reasonably fresh install on Fedora, and it's stuck running this version...

WHM 9.1.0 cPanel 9.1.0-R85
Fedora - WHM X v2.1.2

I set my update preferences to upgrade to latest stable build.

"With your current Update Settings, you will be upgrading to the latest STABLE build." button "Click to upgrade"

When I press it, it does it's thing, and this is in the output...

Fetching http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/cpanelsync/RELEASE/cpanel/version....100%......Done
Versions Match! (9.1.0-RELEASE_85). You are running the latest RELEASE.


Any ideas? Manual upgrade from command prompt?

The other Fedora box we have I don't remember having this problem with.

Chuck
 

chirpy

Well-Known Member
Verifed Vendor
Jun 15, 2002
13,437
31
473
Go on, have a guess
It's probably being more intelligent than you think, R85 is the exact same build as S93, so there's no need to upgrade.

Also, 9.2.0-RELEASE_20 is now out ;)
 

carock

Well-Known Member
Sep 25, 2002
266
9
168
St. Charles, MO
Where is that documented?

Why the hell would you have another designation for the same code?

It either RELEASE or STABLE. It can't be both!

Please tell me you guys haven't blown a logic gasket here.

Chuck
 

chirpy

Well-Known Member
Verifed Vendor
Jun 15, 2002
13,437
31
473
Go on, have a guess
You'd be better off asking cPanel ;)

In the past they seem to have an odd way of issuing "release" numbers. So, for a giev build it could be:

Edge X, which proves OK, so they uprate it to...
Current X+1, which proves OK, so they uprate it to...
Release X+2, which proves OK, so they uprate it to...
Stable X+3

Inbetween which, if a bug is fixed here and there you can get a situation as with the recent Stable being well ahead of the last Release, but basically the exact same release.

I suppose it's one way to handle things, though it can appear very odd at times.