Kenan

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Hello, I am getting the following error while trying to install redis on ALmalinux 8. Can you help me.


/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/ea-podman install ea-redis62

!!!! pids will be public on reboot (/proc hidepid is not 2 in fstab) !!
This could lead to information disclosure.
One way to mitigate this is for root to set hidepid to 2:
!!!! before running any of these commands be sure to understand their implications !!
`grep proc /etc/fstab`
Ensure it has an entry like:
proc /proc proc defaults,nosuid,nodev,noexec,relatime,hidepid=2
“ea-redis62” looks like an EA4 package but it is not a container based EA4 package. Please use the correct package name (or install it if it was uninstalled but its directory left behind) or use a name that does not start w/ `ea-`.
 

cPRex

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Hey there! Did you also work through the rest of the information on this page?


The installation command you mentioned has to be run as the cPanel user and not root, and it sounds like you may be trying to run that as root.
 

Kenan

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I am running as root user.

I'm doing it with the guide you posted. I installed EasyApache 4 containers. Then when trying to install Redis it gives the error in the first post. He wants us to do something, but I couldn't find it.
 

sibony88

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hi,
I am using AlmaLinux v8.7.0 with CP-106.0.11
i use putty to connect to the user ssh with ssh [email protected] command
run the script :
/scripts/ea-podman install ea-redis62 and also /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/ea-podman install ea-redis62
error :
/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/ea-podman install ea-redis62
“ea-redis62” looks like an EA4 package but it is not a container based EA4 package. Please use the correct package name (or install it if it was uninstalled but its directory left behind) or use a name that does not start w/ `ea-`.


the output of : /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/ea-podman available
{
"ea-memcached16" : {
"installed_locally" : 0,
"url" : "ea-memcached16/README.md at master · CpanelInc/ea-memcached16"
},
"ea-redis62" : {
"installed_locally" : 0,
"url" : "ea-redis62/README.md at master · CpanelInc/ea-redis62"
},
"ea-tomcat100" : {
"installed_locally" : 0,
"url" : "ea-tomcat100/README.md at master · CpanelInc/ea-tomcat100"
}
}


any advice ?
 

cPRex

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You likely need to run the following first, as root, to ensure the package is available on the system:

Code:
dnf install -y ea-redis62
Can you try that, and then run the "/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/ea-podman install ea-redis62" as the user again to see if that works?