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Remove mod_wsgi.x86_64?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Dougrun, Apr 17, 2017.

  1. Dougrun

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    Im trying to migrate from ea3 to ea4 and it says yum is too old.

    Im trying to migrate from ea3 to ea4 and it says yum is too old. Yum update says mod_wsgi.x86_64 would be an update but is missing required httpd. Can I remove mod_wsgi.x86_64 safely? Its just our web server, no development.

    CENTOS 6.6 x86_64 standard
     
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    Hi,

    mod_wsgi isn't a package from cPanel, ours is named ea-apache24-mod_wsgi. This sounds like the upstream version of mod_wsgi, and won't work with EA4. You can remove that and you should be good to go.

    If you need wsgi on EA4, you can install the experimental repository after upgrading and 'yum install ea-apache24-mod_wsgi'.
     
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    thanks. I moved the rpm catalog as recommended in the other thread and today i got a huge update through yum --skip-broken and yum was in that list so hopefully that fixed it.
     
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