Problems adding POSIX Perl module

petem

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When trying to add the POSIX Perl module in cPanel we get the following and the module does not get installed:-
Code:
Testing connection speed...(using fast method)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to mirror.leaseweb.com using pureperl...(62781.88 bytes/s)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to cpan.cpantesters.org using pureperl...(58100.93 bytes/s)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to ftp.litnet.lt using pureperl...(14102.11 bytes/s)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to mirror.is.co.za using pureperl...(3333.62 bytes/s)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to ftp.stu.edu.tw using pureperl...(2188.62 bytes/s)...Done Five usable mirrors located Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to 67.205.110.4 using pureperl...(9337.88 bytes/s)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to 69.73.140.17 using pureperl...(9061.71 bytes/s)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to 67.159.2.2 using pureperl...(9015.50 bytes/s)...Done Three usable fallback mirrors located Fetching The Comprehensive Perl Archive Network - www.cpan.org (connected:0).......(request attempt 1/12)...Resolving mirror.leaseweb.com...(resolve attempt 1/65)......connecting to [email protected]%......request success......Done Mirror Check passed for mirror.leaseweb.com (/index.html) Checking C compiler....C compiler (/usr/bin/gcc) OK (cached Tue Apr 26 17:05:29 2016) Tuned C compiler not available because it is not enabled....Done CPAN fallback is disabled since /var/cpanel/conserve_memory exists, and cpanm is available. Method: Using Perl Expect, Installer: cpanm --perl is deprecated since it's known to be fragile in figuring out dependencies. Run `/scripts/cpan_sandbox/x86_64/perl -S cpanm` instead. cpanm (App::cpanminus) 1.7039 on perl 5.010001 built for x86_64-linux-thread-multi Work directory is /home/buyingqbicco/.cpanm/work/1461748001.225754 You have make /usr/bin/make Falling back to HTTP::Tiny 0.056 You have /bin/tar: tar (GNU tar) 1.23 Copyright (C) 2010 Free Software Foundation, Inc. License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <" target="_blank" class="externalLink ProxyLink" data-proxy-href="http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>" rel="nofollow">http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>. This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law. Written by John Gilmore and Jay Fenlason. You have /usr/bin/unzip You have Cpanel::HttpRequest 2.1 Testing connection speed...(using fast method)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to mirror.leaseweb.com using pureperl...(cached .. 62781.88 bytes/s)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to cpan.cpantesters.org using pureperl...(cached .. 58100.93 bytes/s)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to ftp.litnet.lt using pureperl...(cached .. 14102.11 bytes/s)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to mirror.is.co.za using pureperl...(cached .. 3333.62 bytes/s)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to ftp.stu.edu.tw using pureperl...(cached .. 2188.62 bytes/s)...Done Five usable mirrors located Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to 67.159.2.2 using pureperl...(using cached speed)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to 67.205.110.4 using pureperl...(using cached speed)...Done Ping:1000.0 (ticks) Testing connection speed to 69.73.140.17 using pureperl...(using cached speed)...Done Three usable fallback mirrors located Fetching The Comprehensive Perl Archive Network - www.cpan.org (connected:0).......(request attempt 1/12)...Resolving mirror.leaseweb.com...(resolve attempt 1/65)......connecting to [email protected]%......request success......Done Mirror Check passed for mirror.leaseweb.com (/index.html) Searching on cpanmetadb ... Fetching http://cpanmetadb.cpanel.net/v1.0/package/POSIX (connected:0).......(request attempt 1/12)...Resolving cpanmetadb.cpanel.net...(resolve attempt 1/65)......searching for mirrors (mirror search attempt 1/3)...Testing connection speed for cpanmetadb.cpanel.net (5 servers)...(using fast method).........Done Ping:0.0673801898956299 (seconds) Testing connection speed to 208.74.125.51 using pureperl...(30897.50 bytes/s)...Done Ping:0.070946216583252 (seconds) Testing connection speed to 208.74.125.50 using pureperl...(31694.00 bytes/s)...Done Ping:0.109307050704956 (seconds) Testing connection speed to 208.74.124.133 using pureperl...(19415.47 bytes/s)...Done Ping:0.109384059906006 (seconds) Testing connection speed to 208.74.124.131 using pureperl...(19006.76 bytes/s)...Done Ping:0.110224962234497 (seconds) Testing connection speed to 208.74.124.130 using pureperl...(20095.19 bytes/s)...Done ...5 usable mirrors located. (less then expected)......mirror search success......connecting to [email protected]00%......request success......Done Searching POSIX on cpanmetadb (http://cpanmetadb.cpanel.net/v1.0/package/POSIX) ... Fetching http://cpanmetadb.cpanel.net/v1.0/package/POSIX (connected:1).......(request attempt 1/12)[email protected]%......request success......Done Source: fastest CPAN mirror ... skipping S/SH/SHAY/perl-5.22.1.tar.bz2
Anyone have an idea why this does not complete?

Thanks

Pete
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

It's by design that we intentionally disallow installing core perl modules such as POSIX (modules that form the core of perl). Internal case CPANEL-4485 ensures the installation failure reason is provided:

Fixed case CPANEL-4485: Perlinstaller: indicate why installing core module fails.

The resolution has not yet been published outside of the "Edge" build tier, but you can monitor the version 56 change log to know when the resolution is published:

56 Change Log - Documentation - cPanel Documentation

Thank you.
 

cPanelMichael

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So how do we install this module, or is it installed by default? My Perl knowledge is not very good.
Yes, it's already installed by default:

Code:
# corelist POSIX

POSIX was first released with perl 5
Thank you.