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    chris0147 Active Member

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    Hi all,

    I need your urgent help. I have got a problem with upgrading on my server as I have got an error:
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    A system upgrade was not possible due to the following blockers:
    [2017-04-29 09:42:00 -0400] W [FATAL] - Newer releases of cPanel & WHM are not compatible with your operating system. Upgrade your OS, or use the Update Preferences screen to select a Long-Term Support release for use with your OS. Please see our OS End of Life policy for more information.
    => Log closed Sat Apr 29 09:42:00 2017
    
    
    Here is the details:

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    Please correct these issues and rerun updates.
    [LIST]
    [*]fatal: Newer releases of cPanel & WHM are not compatible with your operating system. Upgrade your OS, or use theUpdate Preferences screen to select a Long-Term Support release for use with your OS. Please see our OS End of Life policy for more information.
    [/LIST]
    
    I have also tried this:

    /scripts/upcp –force


    It still get the same results. I cannot be able to upgrade it. :(

    I don't really know what to do.

    Can you please advice me what I would need to do in order to upgrade it??

    Thanks in advance
     
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    You are using centos 5.x ?
     
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    chris0147 Active Member

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    Yes I am using CentOS 6.9

    Do you know what I need to do? :(
     
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    According to that error, you're not.

     
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    Oh right, I have checked my centos version via putty using the commend:

    /etc/centos-release


    It said "Permission denied".

    Do you know why and how I can fix this?
     
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    On the top of the WHM, it said that my centos version is CENTOS 6.9 i686 virtuozzo.

    I have tried to upgrade it but it wont let me as something has been blocked.

    Do you know what I need to do to unblock it so I could upgrade it?
     
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    Your operating system is 32 bit. There is a problem for this reason.

    You must choose 64-bit operating system in order to receive new updates.
     
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    This is correct.
     
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    Oh ok thank you for your advice. I am going to upgrade it to 64-bit operating system.

    Do you recommend if I should upgrade to CentOS 6.9 64-bit or CentOS 7 64-bit??
     
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    You can choose whatever you want.

    However, CentOS 7 is recommended for long term support.
     
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